Brick figure holding a water canister
Bricks for Good: Building Real World Impact, One Brick at a Time

Make a donation to get a custom, limited edition brick set to build a well, school, or tree using LEGO® elements.

Your donation supports projects that actually dig wells, build schools, and plant trees in Asia, Africa, & Latin America.

How Bricks for Good Works

GlobalGiving has designed three custom brick sets that build a well, a school, and a tree; each set is a free gift with a donation to the Bricks for Good Fund. Based on your selection, GlobalGiving will disburse your donation to top-performing projects in Africa, Latin America, and Asia that are focused on providing clean water, expanding basic education, and promoting reforestation.

There is no additional charge for shipping; shipping is only available within the United States. Your receipt will note what portion of your donation is tax-deductible in the United States.

Each Bricks for Good set includes all of the pieces required to build each set along with step-by-step instructions.

Build a well

Build a well and bring clean water to people in Ghana, Haiti, and China.

Your donation to Bricks for Good will support these water projects:

Build a school

Help build schools and educate children in Kenya, Guatemala, and India.

Your donation to Bricks for Good will support these education projects:

Donate $100 to build a school
Build and plant a tree

Plant trees and restore forests in Madagascar, Peru, and India.

Your donation to Bricks for Good will support these reforestation projects:

Donate $150 to plant trees

GlobalGiving has independently designed, purchased, and packaged the necessary pieces and elements for the sets described above. LEGO®, the LEGO® logo, the Minifigure, and the Brick and Knob configurations are trademarks of the LEGO Group of Companies which does not sponsor, authorize, or endorse this site.

Your donation will go to support the clean water, education, and reforestation projects listed above. In some cases your donation will go to support vital project-related costs including water purification systems, textbooks, and gardeners' salaries.