Family First reports successful diaper drive

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From the Family First Pregnancy Care Center

Thanks to everyone who donated diapers, cash or checks to purchase diapers during our Family First’s April Diaper Drive! Your generosity allows us to continue providing help to those in our communities who need diapers for their infants, elderly, and disabled family members. Although diapers are a necessity, they are not provided by any social service agencies. The Family First Diaper Bank meets this need. The annual diaper drive is over now; however, the need for diapers continues all year. Thanks again for your support!

We want to wish a very happy Mother’s Day to all the mothers we serve, and we’d like to invite other mothers to join us for classes and other activities at our center. We have Story Time on Wednesdays from 10 to 11 a.m. The story, activities, and snacks are for infants and toddlers and their moms, dads, and caregivers. This is a great opportunity to meet new friends and socialize.

Do you need diapers, formula, baby clothes, or a car seat? Come and take our Earn While You Learn classes which are available Monday, Wednesday, and Friday. We have a wide range of informative and interesting classes on child development and basic life skills for adults. For each class taken, Mommy Money is earned and can be exchanged for material assistance in our store. For an appointment or more information, please call us at 520-896-9545, go to our website at www.familyfirstpcc.org, or stop by our center at 1575 W. American Ave. in Oracle.

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