Babies In Need, founded by Hannah Drummond of Cudahy, held it's first annual donation drive to benefit Project Concern. Hannah is SO happy to announce that Babies In Need will be donating all this to Project Concern: 2 huge bags of stuffed animals/toys, 2 blankets, 1 crib sheet, 14 outfits, 5 receiving blankets, 1 snowsuit, 87 pieces of clothing including layettes, shorts, pants, tops and onesies, 5 hat/glove sets, 12 socks and booties, 6 packages of diapers, 2 cans of formula, 5 individual servings of formula, 1 box of rice cereal, 43 packages of baby food, 1 baby bathtub, 1 booster seat, 16 packages of wipes, 1 package of changing pads, a nasal aspirator, a digital thermometer, 2 bottles, 6 pacifiers, 2 petroleum jellies, 6 books, 3 diaper bags, 4 snack containers, 3 baby powders, 20 baby wash/lotions/shampoos, 2 packages of spoons, 14 bibs, 2 mitten sets and 2 scarves. This would not have been possible without the help of many people throughout the community, so THANK YOU FOR YOUR HELP!
For more information, please visit: www.babiesinneed.webs.com
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