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.
Tuesdays 9:30am – 1:30pm are open volunteer days
Email Amy Fonville, Program and Volunteer Coordinator to confirm your time.
CORPORATE OR PRIVATE GROUP EVENTS
Pre-scheduled private events from small groups, up to 25 people, for a maximum time of 4 hours.
Please email firstname.lastname@example.org to schedule.
6509 Northpark Blvd.
Charlotte, NC 28216
Note: Baby Bundles is the first building on the left, and shares the Preferred Power Distributors building. Make a U-turn at the second median break. Baby Bundles is Suite
‘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 email@example.com.
“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!”Volunteer Testimonials