VOLUNTEERS NEEDED for Only Free Diaper Bank and Only Free Durable Medical Equipment Loan Program in Middlesex County

The AECDC works with and through other agencies to serve clients.  Public and private health and social service agencies send us referrals for diapers, formula, baby equipment and durable medical equipment.  If the items are available, the agencies then provide them directly to the families in need.
We have a friendly, inviting office in New Brunswick that can provide rewarding work supporting our clients.  Activities may include clerical support, phone monitoring, hands-on involvement with donations/purchases as well as client requests.  Also need help keeping our resource list to clients up-to-date.
Beyond our office, we also need members of special project groups that promote funding and donations to increase our support to clients.
If interested in helping, and you are over 18, please contact us at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..  Note: bi-lingual (Spanish-English) a plus.

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Track Friday Results: Thousands of Diapers!

For the second year, the AECDC team participated in TrackFriday.org. This is a walking event that began after Hurricane Sandy to give people the chance to raise money for their own non-profit organizations.
Led by AECDC Board members Laura Gordon and Dana Schrager, we finished in 6th place out of the 55 different fundraising groups who participated.  Not only did we raise over $1500, we also collected over 20 boxes of diapers!  $300 of these donations helps keep open our small but essential office; $1,200 translated into another 100 boxes of baby diapers (purchased wholesale).  Each box includes about 100 diapers ... that means our little ‘walking effort’ provided over 10,000 diapers to people who need them!

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An AECDC Surprise Package

This week Fed Ex arrived at the CDC door with a huge, unexpected package.  We weren't sure if it were really for us, but indeed it was.

Inside:  a wheelchair we loaned over a year ago,  being returned - from Georgia!!!

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As part of our annual holiday gift program called “The Wishing Wall,” more than 150 children from more than 60 families had their Christmas wishes come true through donations of toys, warm clothes and gift cards.
This year many of the children receiving gifts were the innocent victims of domestic violence, many of whom are currently living in shelters.  Almost all of the children live in single parent households, with mommies and grandmas providing love and care.

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