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Unwanted Toys - 16 Ideas For What to Do With Them from Mohammad Daniyal's blog

Knowing what to do with unwanted toys can be the biggest stumbling block when it comes to taking action to get rid of these house cluttering items. Children grow out of them or they did not like them in the first place, for whatever reason, every household has a pile of toys that no longer see the light of day. If every time you look at the ever growing mountain of abandoned toys you quickly walk by or close the door, take heart, finding a better home for them is easier than you think. So where do you start?


Firstly you need to consider which toys should really go in the rubbish and which can safely be given away. You should not give away:


toys which are at the end of their useful life

soft toys, unless they are new or in as-new condition

toys which have suffered significant damage.

In other words only give away toys in a condition that you yourself would buy. If you have the original packing or manufacturer's instructions give them away with the toy.


Secondly you need to decide whether you want to GIVE your unwanted toys away or make a bit of spare change from selling them.hand operated drones


The following 11 ideas cover donating your unwanted toys to worthy causes:


1. Donate to Charity Shops


Pop into your local charity shops and ask if they accept second hand toys. Don't be offended if they don't because due to health & safety regulations it often costs the charity more money (in terms of staff time having to check for loose threads/parts/batteries etc) than actually buying them brand new. If they will accept your donations do not forget to sign the Gift Aid declaration form, to boost the value of your donation by 28%.


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