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The Star-Ledger: Steve Weatherford Joins Newark Mayor at Local Toy Delivery Stop

Steve Weatherford joined Newark mayor Luis A. Quintana on his trip to deliver toys to the New Community Harmony House on South Orange Ave. in Newark today.

The New Community Harmony House is a "transitional living facility" for homeless families around the city. The toys were brought courtesy of Second Chance Toys, a local non-profit that donates lightly-used toys around the state.

Huff Post: Pay It Forward -- A 'Karma Seed' for Success

 For about a decade or so, social responsibility (or being attached to it) in the form of an annual "day of service" has become an element of corporate branding. Companies can smile in self-satisfaction as if to say "we're the good guys." They make a show about Paying It Forward, but it's not a way of life. Full Article

Winona Daily News: Girl Scouts Organize Toy Drive to Recycle and Help Kids in Need

Allison McEntaffer, 7, a member of Girl Scout Daisy Troop 44534, unloads toys from the back of a vehicle Wednesday, April 10, 2013, at the East End Recreating Center in Winona. The troop is holding the drive to keep used toys out of landfills, and to benefit the Winona Family and Children's Center. Full Article

 

Vh1: Kiyan and La La Give Back with SCT

La La's Full Court Life: La La and Kiyan Anthony volunteer with SCT by donating some new and gently used toys to our recipient organization, Room to Grow in NYC.

Sachem Report: Seneca, Second Chance Toys Team Up

In an effort to make a meaningful difference emotionally and environmentally, Second Chance Toys, a charitable organization, and Seneca’s Community Club teamed up this holiday season to distribute gently used plastic toys to children in need.

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