Second Chance Toys Recycles Unwanted Toys

Sasha Lipton discusses her nonprofit that recycles plastic toys for kids in need.
1:05 | 11/27/14

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of gratitude we want to bring in somebody named sash that Lipton who founded an amazing organization called second chance toys. Welcome and happy holiday. You rescue and recycle unwanted toys and then provide them to needy children. How did you get this started and why? I came up with the idea driving around on a big garbage collection day and noticed how many people were throwing away plastic toys so I started colleging them from the curb to clean and donate them. How many toys have you donated so far? To date we've donated nearly 200,000 toys and kept 40 tons of plastic out of the landfills. This holiday season alone we have over 100 collections in places like kidville where families come to donate their toys. So if I want to do this in my area how do I do that? If you want to donate in your area you can look on our website, secondchancetoys.org and find the collection site near. You awesome. Let's make some donations right here. Absolutely.

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