Build To Give Is Back To Spread Some Festive Cheer

Since the LEGO® Build To Give campaign launched a number of years ago, it’s increased in scope and helped to give LEGO sets to those who need them most. Bring the joy of LEGO sets to kids in hospitals, children’s home and vulnerable communities around the world; and it’s back again for 2020. For each LEGO ornament built, the LEGO Group will donate one set to the Build To Give campaign. Anyone can take part, via the LEGO Life app or simply sharing their builds online using the #BuildToGive hashtag. As with last year, Build To Give is part of the Rebuild The World campaign, so get creative, get building and make a difference to those who need it most and with the year we’ve all had, a little joy is very much needed. Learn more below.


#BuildtoGive turns family fun into gifts of play for a million children around the world

Billund, November 5th, 2020: The holidays are the most wonderful time of the year, but for many children, it doesn’t always come with the same excitement. That’s why for the fourth year running, the LEGO Group is encouraging families to get creative and give the gift of play to a child-in-need, simply by making a Holiday ornament out of LEGO® bricks as part of its Rebuild the World campaign’s #BuildtoGive activity.

For every holiday creation shared on social media using the hashtag #BuildtoGive, the LEGO Group will donate a LEGO set to a child-in-need giving up to one million children in hospitals, children’s homes or vulnerable communities globally the chance to play this holiday season.

It’s easy to get involved and spread some festive goodwill. Families simply need to build a fun, festive ornament or decoration out of LEGO bricks, take a photo of it and share it on social media or LEGO Life using the hashtag #BuildToGive before the end of December. And with the LEGO Play Well study finding that over 9 in 10 parents say play helps them relax as a family, taking part in #BuildtoGive could offer families a great way to get into the festive spirit this year.

From beautiful baubles to rocking rocket sleigh decorations, any design is welcome, but inspiration can be found by downloading one of the easy-to-follow building instruction packs from

Kathrine Kirk Muff, Vice President of Social Responsibility at the LEGO Group, says: “The holidays are a time for giving and receiving, but it can be a very tough time for children in difficult circumstances. That’s why we’re proud to have donated over 1.5 million LEGO sets to children-in-need through #BuildtoGive over the last three years. But we couldn’t do it without joining forces with others; we’re always inspired by how creative children get when building to support a good cause, and are excited to continue working with generous families and our amazing partner organisations to bring the gift of play to even more children this year.”

The #BuildtoGive campaign is just one example of how the LEGO Group gives children-in-need access to play through a range of activities with partners and the LEGO Foundation. The programmes provide children with opportunities to develop life-long skills such as problem solving, collaboration and communication through play. By 2022, the LEGO Group aims to reach 8 million children around the world annually with learning through play.

The LEGO sets will be donated in 26 countries where the campaign is active as well as countries where the LEGO Group has large offices or factories. For more details about our local charity partners, visit

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