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Baby Love Collecting Baby/Children Donations

Head down to 113 River Street, Milford, CT, right next to City Hall, to drop off all baby/children related items for those affected by Hurricane Sandy.


Baby Love co-owner Kara issued the following statement:

"We have all been effected by Sandy one way or another and while most of us know how to get up and dust off I can not help but feel sorry for our children. Children are so effected by change and tragedy that it can be devestating to them. Or it can shape character and teach them poweful lessons. Sharing is a lesson we teach our children from infancy. Let's put our lessons to practice by showing kids what good sharing can really do and how to come together in the wake of a tragedy. 

I will channel the donations to the drops around Milford."

Evelyn Reddy November 02, 2012 at 02:15 PM
I want to be a collection point for friends and coworkers to help support this cause. Is there anyway to send me the photo above so I can send an email out? My email is snowjaz8@yahoo.com Thanks Evelyn
Kathlene November 02, 2012 at 03:22 PM
The St. Mary Kids' Closet has a permanent dontaion system for families in the area. We accept clothing (maternity, premie and newborn through high school), shoes, outerwear, bedding, children furniture, toys books and kids' gear (car seats, cribs, strollers, etc.) See http://www.saintmarychurchmilford.org/content/publish/kids_closet.shtml for more info. Hours of operation are Wednesdays from 9:30-11:30 and Saturdays from 11-1. We are here to help anyone in need, from Sandy afternath or otherwise. Let me know who needs supplies kmskd@yahoo.com or they can visit the Closet tomorrow, 70 Gulf Street. -- Kathlene Gerrity
Stephanie Gerke-Pelizzari November 02, 2012 at 08:41 PM
Kara, Thank you so much for the amazing work that you are doing. Many will benefit from the donations. We are truly lucky to have you as a part of Milford! Thank you to everyone who is stopping by to donate! Every little bit helps! ~ Stephanie Pelizzari @MilfordTwitTalk / Streamline LLC


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