HistoryIn 1990, toy repair and modification services started to be provided to a local agency on a voluntary basis.
In 1994, in association with the Case Engineering Service Group at Case Western Reserve University, toy repair workshops were organized to increase the number of toys repaired and adapted, and to increase the number of agencies benefiting from this service.
In 1999, RePlay for Kids was formally established as a nonprofit corporation to further increase the productivity of this toy repair and modification effort.
Since then RePlay for Kids has continued to grow, with steady increases in the numbers of workshops, volunteers, toys and devices repaired, and toys adapted. See the News section for updates.