BrickDreams was excited to support our Yolo County partners as they actively use their donations to truly support the kids. A large SUV was filled to the brim with cases of Legos for the following agencies. 14 cases in total! Thank you so much for supporting our charity.
The Yolo County Multi-Disciplinary Interview Center has been a wonderful partner to BrickDreams. They help get the news out of BrickDreams efforts and have been responsible for growing our presence to new heights in Yolo County. Yesterday, BrickDreams was able to donate 12 cases or 144 cans to several agencies in Yolo County. We are amazed and saddened to realize how many agencies are needed in just one county serving child victims of abuse. Thank you MDIC and all the Yolo agencies who work tirelessly to make such a difference.
BrickDreams has joined forces with Stand Up Placer in Auburn and made a donation of 4 cases of LEGO to Annie Hess, Advocacy Specialist on behalf of the children they serve. We are proud of the great work Stand Up Placer does and are excited to be working with both the Roseville and Auburn locations. A big thank goes to Amos, Martha and Leah Humber wonderful youth partners who sorted, packed and delivered the donation. We couldn’t do it without you!
It was great to recently meet Megan Boespflug, Development Director of CASA and to provide her with 12 lbs of LEGO. She is excited to share the supply of cans we left with her at an upcoming volunteer meeting where she will be able to describe the mission of BrickDreams to the team. We can’t wait to deliver more cans when you’re ready!
To date, because of the kindness of our donors, BrickDreams has given away approximately 857.5 lbs of LEGO to be distributed to kids in need.
Thank you to Deputy Sheriff Brandon Cecchettini for accepting our LEGO donation, and for distributing it to kids in need.
To date, BrickDreams has donated 845.5 lbs of LEGO to kids in need.
On October 11th, I met with Yolo County MDIC (Multi Disciplinary Interview Center) Program Director Cameron Handley to provide a BrickDreams’s donation of 48 tubes of LEGO (24 pounds). Our donation may be used to help kids who are served through the Yolo County MDIC. Often, those children have been witness to, or victims of felony abuse.
Thank you to Cameron for also for taking the time to give me a tour of the office, especially given you are in the midst of a remodel. I loved hearing of Daisy the Center’s special canine helper! I look forward to meeting her on a future visit.
Special thanks to Cecilia Lopez of the Yolo County MDIC for coordinating BrickDreams’ donation.
To date, we have donated 833.5 lbs of LEGO to charities that serve deserving kids in our community.
Thanks for Rancho Cordova PD for accepting our 12 pound LEGO donation. Bob McCulley (“Volunteer Bob”) accepted it on your behalf. The Rutz family; Susan, Kyle and Lleyton were on hand to assist with this donation.
To date, because of the generosity of our donors, we have given away 809.5 lbs of LEGO! Wow!!
On September 2nd, BrickDreams delivered 36 lbs of LEGO to Sacramento’s SAFE (Special Assault Forensics Evaluation) Center. We dropped it off just in time – their BrickDreams LEGO stock was almost gone! Thanks to the generous donation from BRICK Marketplace, we were able to deliver complete sets!
To date, we have given away 787.5 pounds of LEGO to kids affected by domestic violence and/or felony abuse.
On July 29th, 2015, BrickDreams was thrilled to be able to donate 8 pounds of DUPLO, some of it brand new, to the SAFE Center. They requested DUPLO for the youngest children they serve.
To date, because of the generosity of our donors, BrickDreams has given 751.5 pounds of LEGO to kids affected by domestic violence and/or felony abuse.
Today, BrickDreams donated 14.5 pounds of Duplo as well as 27 pounds of LEGO to Stand Up Placer. We met Brittney from Stand Up Placer, who kindly accepted the LEGO donation. We hope our donation will help many kids in need.
To date, we have donated 743.5 pounds of LEGO on behalf of our amazing donors.