Other Ways To Help
With Friends & Family:
Get your friends and family involved! Check our website’s wishlist! Host an event like these:
- A baby shower for our babies!
- A tea party and ask your guests (children or adults) to bring a gift for our babies!
- A dinner party, a barbeque, a bridge club party, bunco or other party and ask your guests to bring baby supplies or food for our babies and families.
- Purchase a baby item each week when you shop.
- Ask guests to bring baby supplies instead of gifts to your birthday party or bar/bat mitzvah.
- Buy baby items “on sale”, or shop garage sales.
- Use Schnucks or other eScrip cards when you purchase groceries. (The store then donates to Nurses for Newborns.)
- Make cash donations to Nurses for Newborn in honor (or in memory) of a special person.
In the Community:
Get your co-workers, people at your place of worship, or club members involved! Here are some ideas:
- Set up a crib to collect donations of baby items for 1 month.
- Create a challenge between classes, clubs, service groups, or departments to bring in the most baby food, diapers, or other supplies for our babies. Provide a prize for the winning team!
- Bring the winning group to Nurses for Newborns to deliver the items and receive a tour.
- Display baby pictures or pet pictures with your group. Charge a fee to vote for the cutest photo and donate the money collected to help our babies and families.
- Organize a “jeans day” and ask those who wear jeans to make a donation to support us.
- Engage the energy of children! Get Scouts, church groups, service clubs and other kids groups to organize a scavenger hunt, a car wash, a sponsored walk, or a lemonade or cocoa stand to raise funds to support our programs.
- Ask your community group to donate the proceeds of their golf tournament, trivia night or auction to support our programs.
- Encourage your company to “adopt” Nurses for Newborns as their charity of choice.
Available for you:
- A speaker from our office at your group event or project.
- A video about Nurses for Newborns’ programs for your group to watch.
- Brochures to hand out about the services we provide.
Telling people that you are involved with Nurses for Newborns may be all it takes to spark a new way of helping! Please remember to praise all efforts made and heap on the thanks! Let us know about new ideas that we can share with others! Remember that it’s only by working together that we can make a difference! Thank you so much!
- In Missouri: Call Kate Steele at (314) 544-3433
- In Tennessee: Call Amanda Peltz at (615) 313-9989