TMSG: Cancer Hospital Flooded With Toys After 'Lego Emergency'

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Today's 'Tell Me Something Good' comes from another country! A pediatric cancer association in northern Italy posted a plea to Facebook asking people to help children undergoing treatment. 

The post read: 

"We have a Lego emergency. At any age, building a car, robot or space shuttle is always a wonderful way to pass the time and allow the spirit to travel. Can you help us?"

Ageop Ricerca Director Francesca Testoni, who posted to Facebook, said due to health reasons, the children could only play with new toys.

Within days of the post, the Sant'Orsola hospital, where Ageop Ricerca operates, received 500 new boxes of the toy building bricks.

The post below is in a foreign language but translating it, you can see that the hospital and the kids were very thankful. 

 

Facebook can be a place for good things, if we let it! Great work to all who helped these sweet kids!

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