Lindsay Ellis from Grand Valley Moms for Moms teams up to lead diaper drive



Imagine having to clean out and reuse a soiled diaper on your baby because your family has to choose between placing food on the table or buying diapers.

Learning that mothers in her own community are faced with that decision, Lindsay Ellis, owner of Grand Valley Moms for Moms, was moved to action. In the Moms for Moms Communities spirit of inspiring mothers to engage in their local community, Lindsay promoted a Diaper Drive through her social network to stock their local food bank with diapers for families in need.

I immediately knew that I had to get Grand Valley Moms for Moms involved.  We are after all,  “Moms for Moms,” here to support each other. I felt the need to rally the support of my members in this cause.

Ellis partnered with other local mothers and their organizations to spread the word and mobilize mothers. Kidzplex hosted a “Diaper Drop” and Colorado Baby is donating cloth diapering systems.

KJCT 8 interviewed Ellis during the drop at Kidzplex, watch the news clip here, and read the story by the Grand Junction Sentinel from the Community Food Bank accepting the diapers here.

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