Pregnancy care packages made for expecting moms as part of MLK Jr. project

Dozens of volunteers paraded around the room at Robins’ Nest in Glassboro on Monday with paper gift bags in hand collecting baby toys, onesies and diapers from distributing volunteers.

The bags were pregnancy care packages for local expecting mothers in need. Making the packages was part of a day of service to honor Martin Luther King Jr. Day.

Robins’ Nest, the Glassboro-based nonprofit supporting children and families in New Jersey’s 10 southernmost counties, partnered with Gloucester County NAACP and the campaign team of Gov.elect Phil Murphy and incoming Lt. Gov. Sheila Oliver team for the day of service, bringing volunteers with them.

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Source: NJ.com Cumberland

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