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♥  Sleepers, gowns, undershirts, and onesies (preemie and newborn-three months)
♥  Clothing new and gently used from 3-6 months to 9-12 months
♥  Receiving blankets, quilts (approximately 35 X 45) fleece blankets and afghans (30 X 30 and larger)
♥  Socks, booties
♥  Bibs, burp cloths, pacifiers, and bottles, BPA FREE
♥  Toiletries and wipes, regular size and trial sizes
♥  Diapers and pull-ups (all sizes, with most emphasis on newborn size)
♥  Small toys and child size Bibles
♥  Baby formula (Enfamil, etc.)
♥  Fabric:  Cotton, flannel, cotton knits, baby appropriate solids and pastels, fleece, quilt tops and panels
♥  Thread:  Serger and sewing thread, white and pastel colors
♥  Quilt batting and fiber fill
♥  Baby appropriate yarns, pastels and white (No wool due to common allergies)
♥  Ribbon:  Pastel colors
♥  Office Supplies:  White paper and cardstock (8 1/2 x 11), stamps, legal size envelopes

Please send the items to your nearest chapter.  Check our chapter listing page for shipping addresses. If you would like to send a packaged donation to the national office, please use this address for shipping: 5723 Country Club Road #R, Winston Salem, NC 27104.

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