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September is Childhood Cancer Awareness Month!
Build Hope in Sick Kids!


Children's Hospitals that have received a delivery of new LEGO® sets, thanks to YOU!


New LEGO® sets donated - but not just brick sets . . . creating play for 5,088 sick kids!


Over 1 million individual bricks now in the hands of sick children - helping build hope in their recovery!


On average, you are helping #BuildHope in 8 sick kids per day!

Where has your impact been delivered?

4 states & 17 different hospitals . . . and counting! Scroll and click through the interactive map below to see all of the hospitals that receive deliveries of new LEGO® sets from Bricks of Hope thanks to YOU!

About Bricks of Hope

Our mission is to create play and inspire imagination in sick children by delivering LEGO® to them during their hospital stays. 

Bricks of Hope was launched in December of 2021, but our story began over 20 years ago! Read more about what's at the heart of this mission and how YOU can help breathe life into it.

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Treatment isn't seasonal - so we can't be either!

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Donate new LEGO® sets! Check out our Amazon #BrickList and donate a new set (or two!) and don't forget to include a note so we know who to thank!

Make a special gift online today to help create play and build hope in the months ahead! 100% of your donation goes towards delivering new LEGO® sets to sick kids during their hospital stays. Donate Today!

Collaborate with us for a #BrickDrive at your work or school - inspiring and empowering others to help create play and build hope in sick kids with LEGO®!

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Play is so important in the hospital because it normalizes the environment and creates an outlet for children to express themselves and master their experiences.

CCLS at Advocate Children's Hospital

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LEGO® is one of my most favorite activities to utilize in my play-based interventions. I love LEGO® for their versatility, creativity, and how they can be easily molded into each child's individual needs.

CCLS at Advocate Children's Hospital

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Play is how children learn and process their experiences. We use different forms of play to normalize the hospital environment, foster self-expression, teach children about their upcoming procedures, and rehearse coping plans.

CCLS at Comer Children's Hospital

Community Pillars in this mission!

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And see more of your impact and ways to get involved!

Thank You! Your impact is on the way!

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