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Community Giving Tree Accepting Used Children's Items - March 9th

The Community Giving Tree provides low income families in northeastern MA with basic necessities like baby equipment, toiletries, school supplies, and diapers.  Can’t make it to West Boxford to donate? No problem. Community Giving Tree is coming to Beverly for your baby gear! They will be at Beverly Bootstraps, 198 Rantoul St. in Beverly, taking donations this SATURDAY, MARCH 9TH from 12:30-2pm.  If the weather forecast calls for more than an inch of snow, we won’t show.

Bring your clean, high-quality used crib bedding, bouncy seats, safety gates, baby monitors--anything needed to raise a child.  No toys at this time. 

Every baby needs a safe crib.

  • Cribs, Pack-n-Plays and Bassinets
  • Crib Mattresses

  • Strollers

  • Safety Gates

  • High Chairs

  • Baby Swings

  • Toddler Beds

  • Infant Seats

  • Car Seats (Less than 5 years old)

  • Crib Bedding, Blankets

  • Baby Bath Linens

  • Baby Bottles, Sippy Cups

  • Breast Pumps

  • Disposable Diapers (open bags accepted)

Please, no toys or books at this time.

Thank you!
Your donations go to children right here in northeastern Massachusettts!

http://communitygivingtree.org/upcoming-events/donation-drop-offs-in-beverly/

Reader Comments (1)

I found your blogs are very informative for all mothers. Every mothers has some responsible for their babies. They have to take proper care for a normal growth and smooth life of their babies. Babies are so sensitive and innocent. They have no capacity to understand anything and take their own care. Bath is such an activity which must done by mothers in a careful manner.

May 27, 2015 | Unregistered CommenterThomas

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