PoP Staff Spend An Afternoon Volunteering For Baby BuggyTeam PoP February 21st, 2012
Last Monday afternoon the ladies at the PoP office spent some time volunteering at Baby Buggy, a national organization helping to serve countless families and children in need of clothing, toys, and baby supplies. Read more about Baby Buggy here…
About Baby Buggy
Each month, Baby Buggy serves approximately 1,600 families and 2,000 children in Chicago, Dallas, Los Angeles, Minneapolis, New York, and Washington, DC.
These families are clients of Baby Buggy-supported domestic violence shelters, anti-poverty programs including Single Stop and Harlem Children’s Zone, fatherhood programs like the Bronx Fatherhood Program, educational programs such as Head Start, the International Rescue Committee’s Resettlement Program, and the evidence based Nurse-Family Partnership Program.
Check out these pictures of our Community Engagement Team volunteering their afternoon sorting through baby clothing and supplies to be donated.
Director of Community Engagement, Jocelyn Kmet sorts through piles of baby clothing to be sent off to families in need
One of our Community Engagement interns, Anna Tarassishina shows her enthusiasm towards the adorable items of clothing being donated
Community Engagement intern, Suzanne Maietta displays her hard work filling bags of toys from a recent toy drive competition
Community Engagement interns, Anna Tarassishina and Melissa Berger cuddle up with some donated plush items while counting the inventory of the donationsDonate