If you’ve not already done so, please join us and WISC-TV3 in supporting Project Babies by donating baby supplies for families in need during the 2018 Community Baby Shower.  We’re taking donations now until Friday, July 13 here at the Veridian Homes Design Studio and at Associated Physicians.  However, we’ll accept additional donations over the weekend at any of our open house locations.  For a full list of weekend open house locations, click here.

What should I donate?

Diapers, baby wipes, formula, lotion, baby wash/shampoo, bibs and burp cloths, hooded bath towels and washcloths, receiving blankets, new or very gently used clothing, strollers, pack n’ plays, new cribs, new car seats/carriers, hand toys and rattles for infants and toddlers, and sippy cups. Check out the full list here.

Please note: Used furniture items will be inspected by the Office of Consumer Protection prior to distribution if there is a question of its safety. Expired car seats and booster seats cannot be accepted.

To donate directly to Project Babies via PayPal®, please click here.

Distribution of Items.

All items collected will be distributed during the Community Baby Shower event, to be held in late fall (place and date to be set). Families do not need to receive any agency services to be invited to this event.

In addition to door prizes and shower games, the Community Baby Shower will include educational presentations on key issues like early brain development, nutrition and breast feeding, early literacy and financial well-being. Parents that attend the event will have access to additional community resources.

Due to limited space, the first 100 expectant mothers or parents of babies (newborn to 12 months) will be placed on the invitation list. For additional information on the Community Baby Shower or to register, please call 608-770-9588 or email at outreach@projectbabies.org.

About Project Babies.

Project Babies  is an initiative of the 501(C)(3) charitable organization, Today Not Tomorrow, Inc. Project Babies serves expectant mothers and families of Dane County, and the WISC-TV viewing area with items needed for the care of an infant and toddler, educational resources and activities, through community baby showers and mobile baby closets. To learn more about the Project Babies initiative, click here and check out their Facebook page.