Diapers for Babies

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Women's Habitat

A Call for Happy Bottoms

Babies are loveable, sweet, and cute, but they are also natural disasters. To call babies “messy” is an understatement, especially when it comes to diaper changes. The dreaded diaper blowout is a severe threat that many parents face and must brace themselves for because “sh*t happens.”

Women’s Habitat of Etobicoke is a community-based feminist organization providing shelter and outreach services to self-identified women and their dependents. These families are survivors of violence, poverty, and a large percentage of them struggle to meet their basic needs. A few of the families have trouble obtaining baby essentials for their little ones, and diapers are at the top of their list.

How you can help

They need diapers sizes 4, 6 and 7.  Changing diapers is a less than favourable experience, but not having diapers at all is unfathomable. Bottom line – we’re pooling funds to give these babies the comfort and protection they need <3

$10.00 of $300.00 target

2 Troopers contributed

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This need is open until:
November 5, 2020
4 days left

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More Details: Women's Habitat

Women’s Habitat of Etobicoke is a community-based, feminist organization providing shelter and outreach services to self-identified women and their dependents who are survivors of violence and poverty. Through their emergency shelter and outreach centre they offer a suite of services including group and individual counselling, parenting support and housing assistance.

They offer a safe, confidential location with all the services a woman needs to make a new life for herself and her children.
140 Islington Avenue Etobicoke, ON M8V 3B6

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