“We’re always looking for donations that we can use,” Eatman said.
AA Media did not respond to requests for comment. Amazon said that it believes the seller was trying to donate the toys to the preschool.
Shortly after being contacted by The Post, the company began investigating the shipments, an Amazon spokesperson said.
“Within hours, we flagged these deliveries and have stopped any others from being sent to the school from this seller,” said spokesperson Branden Baribeau.
The Rabbi said the school will continue to donate whatever unordered toys come their way, with at least 16 packages arriving since Wednesday.
“Everything happens from G-d,” Vigler said. “So if it’s G-d who wants it, we will pass on the good.”