Bricks Busting Boredom recently delivered 100 pounds of used, “upcycled” Lego bricks and 23 new Lego sets to children participating in the Kids Cancer Foundation’s Summer Fun Day program.
Since 2015, Bricks Busting Boredom has donated two tons of Lego bricks and 1,500 new Lego sets to children’s hospitals, homeless shelters, foster homes and emergency shelters. “During the height of COVID-19, we missed going into the public and participating in events like the Kids Cancer Foundation’s Summer Fun Day,” co-founder Jonathan Clein said. “It’s great to be back into the community where we get to bring Lego bricks and see the positive impact Bricks Busting Boredom has on children in need of distraction.”
Bricks Busting Boredom collects both used and new Lego sets. For more info., contact Jonathan Clein at (954) 682-3816 or visit www.bricksbustingboredom.org.