Love is not enough.
Since 1988 the Baby Corner has been providing essential items to families with young children living in poverty in the greater Seattle-King County area.
EVERY YEAR, more families slip into the ranks of the working poor. They love their children but cannot afford the most basic necessities—diapers, car seats, formula, clothing, portacribs, blankets. Since 1988 the Baby Corner has been providing these essential items to families living in poverty in the greater Seattle-King County area. For thousands of infants and toddlers, that means a safer, healthier start in life. For their parents, it means hope.
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We have a saying at the Baby Corner: We may be small, but our service is big. Service providers know to call the Baby Corner when there is no place else to turn, as in urgent situations such as these:
- One Friday morning a social worker called. "I know you don't do shelters," she said hesitantly.... READ MORE
- At closing time on a rainy Friday, the doorbell rang. Standing outside in the pouring rain was a woman with a ten-month-old baby in a stroller.... READ MORE
- A newborn with a serious chromosomal defect was not expected to survive beyond delivery.... READ MORE
Your Gift, Big or Small, Is Important!
Thank you to all those who heard us and made a gift in the last two months of 2013! Your generosity gave us a much-needed boost at a time when our reserves are always at their lowest.
As we begin a new year—with all its challenges for young families living in poverty—please consider making a gift to help sustain Baby Corner services, if you didn't get the chance in 2013. We absolutely depend on the generosity of individuals to maintain these critical services throughout the year.