Catholic Charities North Dakota asks for donations of baby items for those in need

They are looking for things from like diapers, lightly used strollers, baby food and more.

Examples of supplies Catholic Charities North Dakota is looking for.
Ben Morris / WDAY-TV

FARGO — Catholic Charities North Dakota needs the public's assistance to aid hundreds of families in need.

They are going to host their "Bundle Up Your Baby Event" on Saturday, April 9, at the Shanley School Gymnasium.

If you have extra or lightly used baby items, that's exactly what they're looking for.

"We are in need from everything from strollers to pack and plays, to baby clothing, bottles, wipes, diapers, pacifiers, anything that a child might need. We will give that a good home," said Kris Haycraft, Director of Pregnancy, Parenting and Adoption at Catholic Charities.

At the event from 1 p.m. to 4 p.m. Saturday, they'll let families come in and "shop" for the things they need.


It's an event they could never have enough supplies for. So think of them next time when cleaning out the garage.

"As you're looking at spring cleaning, and you're thinking about (...) that stroller that you've really haven't used for a couple years in the garage, just think about donating it to us. And we'll give it a good home to a family that could really use it," said Haycraft.

If you would like to donate, bring your new and lightly used items to the pastoral center at 5201 Bishops Boulevard in Fargo, from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. on weekdays.

Ben Morris joined WDAY in June of 2021 as a news reporter. He grew up in southern New Hampshire, before he moved to Fargo. He majored in media communications and minored in marketing at the University of Toledo in Ohio.
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