MOMS Club of Berkley collects over 8,000 diapers
Thanks to hundreds of contributors throughout the Berkley community, the MOMS Club of Berkley collected over 8,000 diapers for the Judson Center in Royal Oak.
The Annual Diaper Drive benefits all the programs under the Child and Family Services program at Judson Center including foster care, adoption, family preservation, Early Headstart, Family Reunification Program, Families Together Building Solutions, and Families First of Michigan. It also benefits Judson Center’s affiliate, Child Safe Michigan.
“Natalie Price, our administrative vice president, worked diligently to organize our diaper drive, along with many other club members,” said Amy Phillips, MOMS Club president. “Our club is proud to work with our community to provide much-needed support to families in Berkley and surrounding areas.”
Diapers were collected at Berkley Public Safety, Berkley Public Library, Berkley City Hall, Berkley Community Center, Berkley Public Works, Berkley First, Backyard Playroom and Annabelle’s Couture.
“In the four years we have been running this diaper drive, we have collected more than 28,000 diapers,” said Price. “As soon as the diapers arrive at Judson Center, caseworkers scoop them up and deliver them straight to families in need. They help keep babies and kids healthy and alleviate some of the financial pressure on their families.”
For additional information about the MOMS Club and the diaper drive, contact firstname.lastname@example.org.