Earth Day: Give Back, Go Green with Second Chance Toys Thousands of Toys Expected

On the day before Earth
Day: Give Back, Go Green with Second Chance Toys
Thousands of Toys
WHO:                      Second
Chance Toys, The Market & Shops at Comcast Center, Kohl’s Cares, 1-800-
Got-Junk and 24-Hour Preschool Channel Sprout
WHAT:                   Kohl’s Cares invites the public to donate gently
used plastic toys in support of
Philadelphia area Head Start
Programs. The Market & Shops at Comcast Center will be a family friendly
and festive environment complete with Sixers dancers and a special visit from
Brother Bear of the Berenstain Bears—as part of Sprout’s Kindness Counts
Campaign. More than 300 Kohl’s volunteers, the repurposing of thousands of
plastic toys and the Comcast Center itself will provide a fitting pre-Earth Day
visual. Comcast Center is the tallest, green LEED certified office building on
the East Coast
WHERE:                The Market & Shops at Comcast Center, 1701 JFK
Boulevard, lower level
WHEN:                   Saturday,
April 21st   from 11:00am to
2:00pm.Photo opportunity at 12 noon includes:
Remarks from Vincent Fabrizio and Craig Snyderman,
Denota Watson, School District of Philadelphia
Pre-K Head Start
Eric Blum,
Check presentation to Second Chance Toys from
Bronna and Sasha Lipton of
Second Chance Toys
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Brother Bear from The
Berenstain Bears
WHY:                      Second Chance Toys was
founded in 2006 to recycle gently used plastic toys for children in need. 
Over 100,000 donated toys have helped keep our landfills free of these
non-biodegradable plastics while bringing smiles to children. This
international, award-winning 501c3 non-profit has been recognized for
the waste-need solution it provides to communities throughout local communities.
Visit for
more information.
TOYS:                 Plastic
toys should be clean and without missing parts. Batteries, if needed should be
                               functioning.  All toys will be donated to local Head
Starts. The toys will be cleaned,
               sorted and packed by more than
300 volunteers from 56 area Kohl’s stores. 1-800-Got
                               Junk will be
volunteering to transport the donations immediately from The Market &
                               Shops at Comcast
Center to the Head Starts.
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CONTACT: Corie Moskow, Gloss PR,
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