RECYCLING SUPPLIES A NEED

My family and I discovered that recycling sometimes meets the precise needs of others in unexpected ways. Once my three children spent time filling grocery bags with small toys they no longer played with. We were inspired to share them with a homeless shelter where their pocket-size seemed to make good sense for the homeless children there.

When I delivered the toys, the worker who received them stared in stunned disbelief at this huge collection of little playthings. "Do you know," she exclaimed, "this is exactly what we need right this minute. We're having a carnival tomorrow, and we wanted to do a fish pond, but we didn't have any prizes to use. I just can't believe it!"

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