Storkcraft donates $70,000 in cribs, mattresses and bedding to kids in need
July 25, 2017,
Adam Segal, CEO of Storkcraft Mfg., left, with Chris Tsoromocos, managing director Trafalgar Partners; Alyssa Tringale, senior corporate relations coordinator of Baby2Baby and Taylor Morton, senior community coordinator, Baby2Baby, hold a boxed crib Storkcraft is donating to Baby2Baby.
Baby2Baby will donate these items, which have a total retail value of $70,000, to low-income children in Los Angeles as part of a mission to provide safe sleep solutions to families in need.
Baby2Baby launched the Sweet Dreams initiative in 2014 as part of an effort to provide a crib, bassinet or play yard to every child in the program. Over the past three years, the organization has met 100% of requests for these items.
"Safe sleep has always been a priority at Baby2Baby," said Baby2Baby Co-Presidents Kelly Sawyer Patricof and Norah Weinstein. "We launched the Sweet Dreams initiative to ensure that we meet 100% of the requests we receive for the low-income children in our program. Infants are dying every day from unsafe sleep environments, so we are so grateful for Storkcraft's generous donation to help us combat this tragic situation."
Baby2Baby provides low-income children up to age 12 with diapers, clothing and other basic necessities. In the past six years, Baby2Baby has distributed more than 27 million items including more than 13 million diapers. This year alone, Baby2Baby will serve more than 150,000 children in Los Angeles and thousands more through the Baby2Baby National Network.
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