CSE Kicks off Annual LEGO Drive Benefitting Phoenix Children’s

Phoenix, AZ – Canyon State Electric (CSE) is collecting LEGO sets throughout
November to benefit children suffering from illness. CSE’s LEGO Drive is returning for a third
year, and sets collected in 2023 are being given to Phoenix Children’s for their Holiday Toy
The LEGO Drive began in 2021 after the passing of Canyon State Electric founder Steve
Maderazzo. He famously loved building with LEGO and created many structures, including a
replica of the CSE office building. The Canyon State Electric team pays tribute to his legacy with
generosity, donating LEGO sets to children in need of toys each December.
“The LEGO Drive lets us honor our past while giving children hope for the future,” said
CEO Stephanie Maderazzo-Hughes. “I’m inspired every year by the way our CSE team and
industry partners show overwhelming support and generosity.”
In 2022, the LEGO Drive collected nearly 140 sets; this year, the company hopes to raise
over 200. Sets of all sizes, prices, and age requirements are accepted. All toys collected will be
donated to the Phoenix Children’s and given to children receiving inpatient care.
“We are grateful to partners like Canyon State Electric who generously give to Phoenix
Children’s,” said Tim Harrison, Vice President of Corporate Partnerships and Special Events.
“LEGO sets don’t just lift a child’s spirits for a moment, but working on them can take their
mind off of more difficult things, while igniting creativity and learning-through-play.”
The LEGO Drive runs through November until December 8. To donate, purchase from
the LEGO Drive Amazon wishlist, bring a LEGO set to Canyon State Electric’s office at 4640 E
McDowell Rd., or email legodrive@cseci.com to schedule a pickup.

CSE Kicks off Annual LEGO Drive Benefitting Phoenix Children's

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