Serve or Donate

Thank you for your interest in Donating to and Serving with Welcome Baby! As a non profit program, we rely on, and greatly appreciate, donations and service from generous community members and organizations. Please contact Shelby Bohling, the Welcome Baby coordinator, at  with any questions or concerns about donating and serving.



Donations to the Welcome Baby program will go toward funding home visits to new parents, parenting workshops, and playgroups.

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In-Kind Donations

Welcome Baby accepts donations of new or handmade baby/mother related items. These include blankets, swaddles, bibs, socks, books, diapers/wipes, clothes, toys, Frida Mom products, and more.

After each home visit, we deliver a gift to the families doorstep. These kits include a blanket, an outfit, a book, and other items. We appreciate donations of the individual items or of premade kits. These kits are usually for sizes 3-18 months and are either girl's kits or boy's kits. We are currently in need of girl kits or supplies for kits (especially onesies).

You can purchase these items from our Amazon wish lists here:

General Welcome Baby List Boy Newborn Kits Girl Newborn Kits General Newborn Kits


Welcome Baby has many opportunities for service. These include projects for large or small groups as well as individuals. Please contact Shelby Bohling, the Welcome Baby coordinator, at for more information or to put together a service project. We are also open to other ideas. Thank you!

Home Visit Kits

Help us collect materials for and assemble Home Visit Kits! This is a great project for a group. These are gifts bags that we give to the new mothers that we visit and they include a book, an outfit, a blanket, and more. Again, we are currently in need of girl kits and supplies.

Developmental Activities

Help put together developmental activities for us to give to the families that attend our Ready To Learn parenting workshops! We have designed activities that go along with the lessons each month, and we appreciate help gathering materials for and assembling these activities. This often entails cutting, gluing, coloring, and other crafting skills and would be a great project for an individual or a group of any size.

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