Donating Toys to Children in Need

Rammy Harwood, president of Kidville, Inc., explains how to donate through Second Chance Toys.
1:10 | 11/25/16

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Everyone out here counting down to what's the holiday season, time for giving and here to help us bring smiles to kid as cross the country, rammy Harwood, CEO of or kidville I should say in general and you are partnering with second chance toys which is a great way to recycle and rescue toys. Tell me how it works. Sure, at kidville we have the privilege to be able to connect excite and inspire through developmental toys and the reality there are countless children around the country that don't have a lot of toys especially around the holiday times so partner with second chance toys to get those plastic toys out of your apartments and homes. You know they're out there that haven't been used to recycle them and give them to children who don't have toys and be able to pass forward the love that you've had with those toys. Keep them out of landfills. I love the environmental aspect. The environmental -- a big benefit is rather than have these toys go into the ground, they get to go into people's hands again and again so you keep them out of the ground and landfills. Rammy, thanks so much. I love the program. The kids will help us out with donating toys right now. Here's how you can get involved. Go to

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