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The Family Support Coalition of Pinal County invites you to become involved in its second annual Pinal Diaper Drive! The drive is under way and will continue until May 11. Drop off areas are Sun Life Clinics in San Manuel and Oracle, Family First Pregnancy Care Center in Oracle and Winkelman, Mountain Vista School in Oracle, Sierra Oaks Community School in Oracle and Canyon Community Bank in Catalina. One hundred percent of donations will go towards providing free diapers and wipes to Pinal families in need. Some facts to know: 18% of Pinal families with children under the age of five are living in poverty.  To keep a baby healthy, it takes 90 diapers per week, $40 per week for diapers and wipes for one child, or $2,080 per year. Your donation is tax deductible, checks or credit/debit cards are accepted by coming to the Family First office at 1575 W. American Ave., Monday, Wednesday or Friday or call 520-896-9545 for more information.

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