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1-800-Got-Junk? is Gearing Up to Transport Thousands of Rescued Plastic Toys. #Earth Day #Recycle

1-800 GJ Logo You have plastic toys. They have plastic toys. The family down the street has plastic toys. But so many needy young children go without them.
With Earth Week drives in full gear, 1-800-Got-Junk? helps make it all happen. With their full fleet of truck teams, they transport thousands of toys from dozens of collection sites to organizations serving needy children. We thank all the Franchise Partners who make it all possible. You are truly helping to make a difference. Both Good and Green!!!

64 Investors Savings Bank Branches Awaiting Rescued Toys for Earth Week. #Recycle

ISB You can help make a different for Earth Week. Bring your gently used plastic toys to any one of 64 bank locations thoroughout New Jersey. The toys we rescue and recycle will be donated to needy childen. Click Here for Investors Savings Bank Locations

Investors Savings Bank Announces Second Chance Toys Earth Week Drive at Over 60 Branches

  EWlogo2008-300 The third annual Second Chance Toys drive to coincide with Earth Week has been announced at 64 Investors Savings Bank locations throughout New Jersey. The collection of gently used plastic toys will take place April 14 through April 21. We are grateful to 1-800-Got-Junk! for continuing to provide all pick-up and transportation of the toys to organizations serving needy children. For a complete list of paticipating bank branch locations and drop-off times, Click Here

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Second Chance Toys Brings Big Smiles to Local Family

Second Chance Toys brought three families together to make the holidays brighter in Lodi. Pictured are members of the Alberto family receiving toys collected by Chelsea and Brittany Schillizzi and Maria Bellinger (bottom right).

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With 1-800-Got-Junk? On Hand, Who Needs Reindeers!

For several years now, 1-800-GOT-JUNK? franchisees have been volunteering their manpower, time and trucks to pick up and deliver toys collected all over New Jersey, Pennsylvania and New York. Many thanks go to New Jersey franchise partners, Drew Trautman, Doug Martin and Jim Barnett, Pennsylvania franchise partner, Eric Blum and New York franchise partner, Cameron Robinson for all their help and hard work. They and their teams picked up, carried, loaded, hauled, and unloaded toys from locations throughout their areas, and delivered over 10,000 toys to numerous organizations that care for children in need. As a result of their volunteered time and energy, thousands of children have received toys for the holidays and during our Earth Week drives! We are sincerely grateful for their support and commitment to helping children and the environment. Pictured below are Drew Trautman, picking up toys collected by students of Evergreen School, Eric Blum, loading up his truck with toys, and Cameron in front of his truck.

It is a sincere pleasure to work with quality people and quality companies like 1-800-GOT-JUNK? We really appreciate it.

Thank you all for your generosity!!!!  
P1010005 New Jersey franchise partner, Drew Trautman
EricBlum Pennsylvania franchise partner, Eric Blum 
Cameron Robinson New York franchise partner, Cameron Robinson

Investors Savings Bank Branches Overflow with Toys

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Once again, Investors Savings Bank branches served as drop off locations for Second Chance Toys’ New Jersey collection. A total of 5,564 toys were collected from the 65 participating branches and their headquarters! Pictured are employees at Investors Savings Bank Headquarters with some of the gently used plastic toys donated.

Students Learn About Giving At a Young Age

Mendham The Mendham Cooperative Nursery School conducted its second annual Second Chance Toy drive in December 2009.  The small preschool in Mendham, New Jersey has a big heart and a history of giving back to the community.  It collected over 70 gently used plastic toys, which will be sent to children in Honduras.  What a great way, especially during the holidays, for the school’s little ones to learn about recycling and giving to other children.