Legos Bring Fun and Creativity to Children in Rural Pacific Northwest
As the summer months came to an end, schools across the country made the decision to begin the 2020-21 school year in a virtual setting. Virtual learning has been a challenge for schools and families, and children are staring at computer screens for long periods each school day. This can be extremely draining on young minds, and children aren’t able to have the creativity or joy that they would have with hands-on, interactive activities.
The Oneida Crisis Center, located in Malad City, ID, received a Lego donation, contributed by Toys for Tots and distributed through Good360, to give to local children that are facing the challenges of virtual learning. The mission of the Oneida Crisis Center is to educate while ensuring peaceful family relationships and providing support to victims of abuse.
"Thank you, Toys for Tots and Good360, for providing great toys to kids in some of the most rural areas of the Pacific Northwest.”