Nashua's Grace Fellowship Church reaches out to new mothers with diaper drive
Diapers and scent-free baby wipes can be dropped off at the church at 43 Main St. for donation to Nashua’s Care Net Pregnancy Center.
The diaper drive is especially helpful because it provides an item all moms need, Barry said.
“We help a lot of first-time moms,” she said, adding that the diaper-distribution program offers a one-on-one mentoring component.
“The sizes we need most are newborn, and sizes 2 and 3,” she said.
Barry estimates that the Nashua center, located at 110 Main St., serves about 250 women each year. The organization runs entirely on donations from residents, organizations and businesses in the surrounding communities and receives no government funding, she said.
Questions about the Grace Fellowship Diaper Drive can be emailed to Rachel Nesbitt at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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