“We can’t all do great things, but we can do small things with great love.”  ~ Mother Teresa

Our volunteers are wonderful. They make it happen!

How can you help Babies in Need? Here are a few ways:

  • Host a shower at home, work, school, club or church. Shower ideas here.
  • Sort donations and assemble layettes with us or at home.
  • Donate your homemade quilt or store bought receiving blankets.
  • Fold brochures and booklets.
  • Tell your friends and family about Babies in Need!
  • Download the Babies in Need brochure here and share it with others. (Flip on short edge to print.)

These are some ways our supporters have helped our little ones:

  • St. Stephens Episcopal Church in Longview works with staff at PeaceHealth St. John’s Birth Center to deliver our layettes and car seats to those who need them.
  • Ray Johnson is a visionary leader. He led the people of First United Methodist Church and others in building a new home for Babies in Need. Click here to read the amazing story: Miracles and Blessings!
  • PeaceHealth Southwest provides diapers for every layette.
  • Gentle Thunder gives Winds of the Heart, soothing Native American flute music through her Peaceful Transitions CD Gifting program.
  • Kiwanis Clubs set up Christmas Giving Trees in over 20 local restaurants and businesses every December.  They’ve held annual drives for Babies in Need every year since 2006!
  • Saint Luke~San Lucas Episcopal Church prints Walk into Prayer for our layette gift packs.
  • High School students raised money for car seats with a huge book sale.
  • Brownies made soft receiving blankets.
  • Girl Scouts created a book for siblings: My Baby and Me
  • Many groups passed the hat or held baby showers.
  • Clark College students created lovely receiving blankets.
  • People like you spread the word.

 Email Kitty at kittyash2@msn.com to request: 

A speaker to present a 15-minute talk on Babies In Need to your group.

A packet on How to Start Your Own Layette Ministry.  We’d be happy to help you get one started in your community.

Thank you for caring and making a difference!

Meet some of our faithful volunteers