Material Donations

We appreciate your donations 

Donations of the new or gently used items listed below will help our clients care for their babies, as well as encourage mothers to choose life! Clean, ready-to-give-out items can be dropped off Mon.-Fri. (except holidays), from 10 a.m. - 5 p.m. Receipt available at time of donation. 

We cannot accept: Cribs, used Car Seats, used Breast Pumps, or recalled items (ex. Fisher-Price Rock 'n Plays). Due to space limits, we're unable to accept clothing larger than 3T, maternity clothes, or furniture/beds/changing tables/rockers. Clothing: Consider donating to St. Vincent de Paul (clothing donation bins at some area churches available 24/7). Furniture: Consider donating to St. Vincent de Paul or Furniture Bank in Pontiac. Thank you!

CURRENT NEEDS (as of  Sept. 26) 
*Baby Socks (new or gently used)  
*Baby Mitts (new or gently used)
*Bibs - Girl colors
*Car Seats (new) 
*Clothing - Girls: NB & 0-3 Winter Sleepers; NB, 6-9 & 9 to 12 Onesies (long- or short-sleeve); Boys: NB Outfits (all seasons); Girls/Boys: 2T & 3T (all seasons)  
*Diapers - 3, 4, 5 & 6 (Pampers or Huggies preferred) / (no Size 2 at this time, please!)  
*High Chair/Booster Seats - gently used/clean
*Hooded Towels (new or gently used)  
*Pacifiers (new) - Girl colors
*Pack 'n Plays (new or very gently used/clean)
*Pack 'n Play Sheets

We generally accept the following new/gently used/clean items:
 Clean/gently used clothing up to 3T, diapers (Pampers and Huggies, preferred), wipes (natural/no fragrance preferred), diaper bags, formula (unexpired), bottles (new), pacifiers (new), bibs, baby soap and baby lotion--no J&J brand, please, baby towels, wash cloths, gently used books and clean toys, infant car seats (new), pack 'n plays (new or very gently used with no stains, tears, missing parts) and pack 'n play sheets, exersaucers/bouncers, swings, high chairs (July 2019 or newer) and strollers.  Please note: All equipment / toys must be clean and ready to give out. Thanks!!

Thank you for helping to save lives!