Breaking Free Revival Center Pastors Jymme and Lana Foote and their congregation collected more than 8,500 diapers.
The Saint Agnes Women's Club's 14th annual Diaper Drive is under way and has received a big boost from students at St. Anthony's school, who donated nearly 9,000 diapers, and Breaking Free Revival Center, which donated more than 8,500 diapers! Members of the Women's Club are working tirelessly to collect dollars and diapers to benefit families served by Holy Cross Center for Women in downtown Fresno. Their goal: collecting $30,000 and 30,000 diapers in 30 days (April 29-May 29).
That means our totals, as of May 2, stand at nearly $19,900, and more than 25,500 diapers! Even with a strong start to Diaper Drive, we still need your help. Each month, hundreds of children within the greater Fresno area go without one of their most basic needs – diapers.
Want to get involved? To make a monetary donation online, click here. OR During the 30-day drive, donate dollars and/or packages of diapers at:
St. Anthony's School students loaded up nearly 9,000 diapers to deliver to Holy Cross Center for Women (photo credit: John Walker/The Fresno Bee)
Batter Up Pancakes (8029 N. Cedar Ave. and 4025 W. Figarden Dr.) – with every package of diapers donated, receive 25% off your meal for two. Click here to redeem coupon (some restrictions included – see store for details).
GaGa Chic (Fig Garden Village)
Marble Slab Creamery (1512 E Champlain Dr.)
Uncle Harry's New York Bagelry (all locations)
Walmart (7065 N. Ingram Ave.)
Whole Foods Market (Fig Garden Village)
For more information about this year's Diaper Drive, click here or call Saint Agnes Foundation, (559) 450-2040.