Dana and Steven Schrager's family has made diaper drives a new family tradition: Their Thanksgiving and Passover guests are asked to bring them to dinner, and her two children, Payton & Eli, shared their commitment by asking guests to bring disposable diapers to their B'nai Mitzvot celebration
By Lauren Wanko
This mom of two needs diapers for her children and on this day she’s getting them for free.
“It just provides that little gap in between transitioning through certain financial issues,” said client Tiyonia.
By Patrick Lavery May 8, 2017 5:00 AM
New Jersey 101.5 – Proud to be New Jersey – New Jersey News Radio
In advance of Mother’s Day, that’s where a Central Jersey group is coming in to lend a helping hand.
Every year 3,500 infants in the US die from sleep-related incidents, often involving blankets or toys blocking the infants' flow of oxygen.
With a grant from the Center for Disease Control, New Jersey is the first state in the nation to offer these boxes free to all expectant parents. The Los Angeles-based Baby Box Company makes the sturdy, specially-designed boxes available after new or expectant parents watch a 15 minute video on safe sleeping habits for babies, and pass a 6-item quiz. Parents are then issued a certificate that they bring to a Baby Box distribution center and pick up the box, which includes a mattress, fitted sheet, diapers and coupons for baby necessities. The AECDC also can provide baby clothing and other accessories.