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RESCUE + RECYCLE plastic toys this year with the Second Chance Toys annual toy drive. Second Chance is a 501(c)3 non-profit which rescues unwanted plastic toys in NYC that are gently used and distributes them to children in need through local community organizations, while at the same time, helping the environment. We've got a list of drop off locations.

Toy rescue and collection efforts will coincide with the year-end Holidays during November and December. Find a program and drop-off location nearest you for recycling your gently used plastic toys (PLEASE NOTE: Only clean plastic toys in good condition are accepted! Any battery powered toys need to be fully operational. Kindly help us by following these requirements. Toys that don't adhere to this policy will be rejected).

New York City
Rapid Park: 25-27 Beekman Street (William & Nassau), Nov 15 - Dec 9
Rapid Park: 575 1st Avenue (30th & 33rd St.), Nov 15 - Dec 9
Rapid Park: 165 E 77th Street (Lexington & Park), Nov 15 - Dec 9
Rapid Park: 411 W 55th St (9th & 10th Avenue), Nov 15 - Dec 9
Rapid Park: 15 West 72nd Street (72nd at CPW), Nov 15 - Dec 9
Rapid Park: 480 Riverside Drive (Riverside & Claremont), Nov 15 - Dec 9
Rapid Park: 204 W 101st Street (Broadway & Amsterdam), Nov 15 - Dec 9
Investors Savings Bank: 35-02 Broadway, Astoria, Nov 27 - Dec 6
Investors Savings Bank: 23-02 31st Street, Astoria, Nov 27 - Dec 6

Long Island
Investors Savings Bank: 190 East Jericho Tpke, Mineola, Nov 27 - Dec 6
New Jersey/New York
Investors Savings Bank: 79 branches statewide, Nov 27 - Dec 6, For specific locations and details Click Here

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