HOW CAN I SHOW COMPASSION AND KINDNESS TO FAMILIES IN NEED?
All Are Welcome! Children and Families, Youth Groups, Civic Organizations, Corporate Groups, School Groups and Individuals.
When you help build a bundle, you help ensure a mother and her baby have a stronger foundation. This support can mean a mother feels less isolated and more supported by her community. Early intervention during that crucial first year of life has proven to make a difference in a child’s continued development and success. Healthier babies grow into healthier children.
Multiple days and times are open for volunteering.
Email Amy Fonville, Program and Volunteer Coordinator to schedule
CORPORATE OR PRIVATE GROUP EVENTS
Pre-scheduled private events from small groups, up to 25 people, for a maximum time of 4 hours.
8349-M Arrowridge Blvd.
Charlotte, NC 28223
‘No-Sew’ Blanket Instructions
Even though Covid-19 has shut down a lot of our daily activities, there’s still a way to volunteer for Baby Bundles from your home. CLICK HERE for instructions on how to make a ‘no-sew’ blanket that will be put in our Baby Bundle for mother’s to use to keep their baby warm. You can make a difference! For more information please reach out to our Executive Director, Paula Foust at firstname.lastname@example.org.
“I had such a good time when I volunteered, I couldn’t wait to come back.”
“Volunteering a Baby Bundles was so rewarding that I brought my co-workers this time.”
“I really enjoyed my experience volunteering for Baby Bundles last year and I am hoping to encourage members of my research lab to join me for another such opportunity!”