Play-A-While Toy Library

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The Devonport Toy Library faces closure in 2017 unless we can raise much needed funds!

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  Auckland Early Childhood

Play-a-While Toy Library has been a much loved part of the Devonport peninsula the the last 20 years. Set up by community volunteers it has loaned toys to hundreds of families over the years. It's evironmentally friendly, fosters great community relationships and provides a wonderful play experience for children.

Due to falling membership, the toy library is struggling to survive. We need donations to provide much needed funds to continue to operate.

Your donation will help us with operating costs and marketing in order to attract more new members

More about us

We are a Toy Library based on the North Shore of Auckland. We are run by volunteers and loan over 700 toys to the local community. Over the last few years our membership has been falling and we are in danger of having to close in 2017 if we cannot increase our funds and membership numbers.

Latest donations

  • Kay  Clarke

    Kay  Clarke on 27 Jul 2016



  • Tanya

    Tanya on 27 Jul 2016



  • Jon and Charlotte Reed

    Jon and Charlotte Reed on 27 Jul 2016



  • Guest Donor

    Guest Donor on 26 Jul 2016



  • Private Donor

    Private Donor on 26 Jul 2016


    Thanks Play A While - we have loved using the toys at the toy library


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