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Thousands of Legos...dozens of Hot Wheels cars...an overflowing basket of stuffed animals...and containers filled with my old Erector sets.  My boys have more than their fair share of toys.  I need to take them to Nicaragua so that they can see the work of Radio Sendas.  I think the sight of children standing in line to get their very first toy would be an eye-opening, heart-changing experience for my boys.  Truthfully, I'm sure watching a little girl hide her new doll and then get back in line for another one, since this is her one and only opportunity for toys, would make an impression on just about anyone.

Click here for a link to Radio Sendas

(Photo of Jose Edmundo Gonzalez Soza of Radio Sendas)