On December 8th, Lleyton Rutz and his mom, Susan, dropped off some much needed empty tennis ball containers for BrickDreams. He contacted a local tennis club and collected them for us. Thank you very much, Lleyton – we hope to see you again soon!
Thank you to Tyler Powlesland for donating a HUGE box of your old LEGO on November 15th, 2014. You gave us some vintage LEGO – we believe it is from the 1960′s or 1970′s – that the kids will LOVE! Thank you for your generosity.
Thank you also to your mom, Arleen, for bringing them to us on your behalf! We truly appreciate your donation and the children who receive it will be thrilled.
Thank you to Placer County Sheriff’s Department for accepting our 13 lb donation of BrickDreams LEGO. We appreciate your help in distributing it to kids in need.
To date, BrickDreams has donated 555 pounds of LEGO to deserving children in stressful situations.
I have had a great time founding and operating BrickDreams over the past 2.5 years. However, I will be passing it on to my mother and sister, as I will be leaving for college soon. It has been an awesome ride, and I am excited to see BrickDreams flourish in the hands of my mother and sister!
Thank you to the Abinante family and everyone who came to our event for USA Today’s Make A Difference Day 2014. 87 volunteers came, sorted, and packed 687 tubes of LEGO – that 343.5 pounds of LEGO! Thank you all for your help!
We would also like to extend a special thank you to Tyler Abinante, who organized the volunteers for his Eagle Scout project. Thank you Tyler!