Donate to the Greater Seacoast Community Baby Shower to Support Caregivers
This spring marks the 9th year of the Greater Seacoast Community Baby Shower, which supports expectant parents and new parents of children under 6 months experiencing economic hardship by connecting them to maternal and early childhood education and resources.
Some of the resources put in place to help these families during the COVID-19 pandemic will soon be reduced to pre-pandemic levels. This, in addition to the inflation issues, will hit many young, growing families. The Greater Seacoast Community Baby Shower will help to provide resources to ease the burden on these families.
Text SHOWER to 41444 or click here to donate in support of caregivers in need.
“Donations will help ease the burden on these young families in need and provide access to baby basics and early childhood necessities for their little ones,” said Linda Lorrey, Director of Individual Engagement for the Greater Seacoast Region. “We are fortunate to have a tremendous amount of corporate and individual support across the region.”
The Greater Seacoast Community Baby Shower is affiliated with the Allstate Foundation.
Sponsors of the event include Lonza and NextEra Energy Seabrook. Additional support is provided from AmeriHealth Caritas, Bangor Savings Bank, St. Mary’s Bank, nh healthy families and Kennebunk Savings.
“At NextEra Energy Seabrook, we take pride in our community, our employees and our environment while producing energy in a safe, reliable and cost-effective way,” said Seabrook Site Vice President Brian Booth. “When we partner with Granite United Way, whether through Day of Caring, our annual Seabrook Station Charity Golf Tournament or sponsor specific programs, we know that we’re helping to do the most good in our community. Through the community baby shower, Granite United Way is helping families prepare for a lifetime of health and well-being, and we’re proud to partner with them and help make the Seacoast an even better place to live, work and raise a family.”