STAUNTON, Va. (WHSV) — ComfortCare Women’s Health and Spirit FM have joined forces as soon as once more to gather provides for women who’re going by way of an unplanned being pregnant.
From 2 p.m. to 7 p.m. on May eight, the duo accepted wipes and diaper donations on the Kroger on Statler Boulevard in Staunton.
According to Parenting.com, mother and father can rely on spending $2,500 a yr on diapers, formulation and child meals alone.
Jenn Wade, vice chairman of development, stated ComfortCare Women’s Health works to alleviate a few of that value by offering mother and father with some primary gadgets they need once they attend Patchwork, a parenting enrichment workshop.
“Well, our mission is to empower women to make healthy life choices when facing unplanned pregnancies, so we want to support them every step of the way. From the pregnancy test all the way through after they’ve had the baby,” stated Wade. “Teaching them parenting skills, life skills, budgeting, everything that’s included with raising a child.”
ComfortCare Women’s Health accepts donations all year long. Items could be dropped off on location, 1020 N Augusta St, Staunton, VA 24401.
Patchwork is a weekly workshop that is designed to construct parenting expertise and wholesome relationships. Any one that is at present pregnant or has a toddler 18 months of age or youthful is eligible to take this free class.
Classes are provided on Fridays at 1 p.m. on the Staunton YMCA .
If you’ve gotten any questions, you could contact ComfortCare Women’s Health at (540) 885-6261.