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May 17, 2016 AT 11:00 am

Second Life Toys Encourages Organ Donation with Stuffed Animals #ArtTuesday

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This project has resulted in awesome stuffed animals. From My Modern Met via Rocket News 24:

Every person who sends in his or her plushie for contribution gets a letter back from the “recipient” plushie, expressing gratitude and explaining how the generous act offered it a second chance at life. The aim is to evoke joy among the donors, teaching both kids and their families about the truly life-giving impact of organ transplants.

Read more here or on Second Life Toys and check out the video below from Second Life on YouTube


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