Help moms with baby supplies
Stock a baby bank with diapers, clothes and more
Financial lack is a big reason many women choose abortion.
There’s no getting around it. Three in four of those who abort in the U.S. qualify as “poor” or “low income.” Babies have real costs – and when you don’t know how you’re going to make ends meet, it can seem that much more difficult to choose life.
Caring Network refers women to baby banks when they express concern about finances. Run by local churches, these incredible ministries change the equation for new moms. They offer real material help – and with it, hope.
Here’s how to help.
Join a diaper drive
Every September, Caring Network’s partner churches hold a “Diaper Derby” to support the baby banks we partner with. Churches collect diapers and wipes, then drop them off at Caring Network’s office for distribution.
You can join the September “Diaper Derby” – or kick off your own diaper drive at a different time of year. For more details, contact us with the form at right.
I want to help with baby supplies
Collect for a specific baby bank
New moms need more than wipes and diapers: They need formula, baby toiletries, new clothing, and toys. Contact a baby bank near you to confirm what they need, then organize your own collection and drop-off.
Here are the baby banks Caring Network works with most closely:
Bridges parenting program
Oak Brook Community Church
31st Street and Midwest Road
Oak Brook, IL 60523
Naperville Baby Bank
Naperville Presbyterian Church
943 Sanctuary Lane
Naperville, IL 60540
Itasca Baby Bank
Christian Fellowship Church
152 E Devon Ave
Itasca, IL 60143
Wheaton Baby Bank
Church of the Resurrection
935 W Union Ave
Wheaton, IL 60187