The statistics are impressive: 4,400 diapers wrapped, 6,542 diapers inventoried, 962 clothing items counted and 28 newborn bundles assembled.
Last Monday, Aug. 14, 19 moms came out for a volunteering event to benefit the local nonprofit ShareBaby, which provides diapers, clothing and gear to Baltimore families in need.
The gathering, hosted by Connectors Laurie Rosen, Kimberly Wynn and Someya Poverni, was conducted through the Louise D. and Morton J. Macks Center for Jewish Education.
“We had a great time giving back to the community and this was an issue we could really relate to, since we all have young children,” said Rosen.
For information, contact email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org if you have kids ages 5 and under in this area and are looking for Jewish programming. For information about Share Baby, visit sharebaby.org
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