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Community Service and Philanthropic Work


In 2018 we put a major emphasis on Community Service and Philanthropic work in our community.  Here is a summary of the projects we completed and the organizations we worked with. 

In addition to the projects below we also:

  • Donated to the Clemons Event Support Disaster Relief in Sebastopol which is operating a shelter in Clearlake for victims of the Mendocino Complex fires.  Our donation went towards purchasing and ship baby supplies.
  • We collected over 106 gently used pumps and large moving boxes and bags FULL of accessories for a breast pump drive for new mothers at a local hospital.

Together we can achieve so much!

Project Linus - Blanket Making

Las Madres reached their goal of making and donating 150 blankets to Project Linus! The blankets went to children who are ill, traumatized or just need a gift. Here is some information on Project Linus.  

We had an impressive 5 groups take and make blankets as well as another 20+ volunteers at our three blanket making parties!

Help a Mother Out - Diaper Drive

We held a month long and Las Madres wide, so including all our Clubs and Playgroups, Diaper Drive for Help a Mother Out.  They are a organization who work to improve baby and family well being by increasing access to diapers for families in need.

Our Grand Totals were 8500 Diapers and 6900 Wipes give or take a few!

Loved Twice - Clothing Drive

Las Madres held a Clothing Drive for Loved Twice.  Loved Twice cloth newborns in need with quality reused baby clothing for the first year of life.

Madres held a Clothing Drive and was able to pack 65 boxes of clothing!  They were then distributed these boxes of new and gently used infant clothing and supplies to social workers at Valley Health Clinic in Milpitas, Gardner Family Health Services, and Parents Helping Parents.

KAPFA - Back Pack Drive

We held a back to school backpack drive for Kinship Adoptive and Foster Parent Association.  
We collected for middle school and high school kids. All our Playgroups got involved, parents and kids! Helping by getting supplies, assembling the bags and dropping them off. 127 in all!!