Donations help baby shower for low-income families continue after flood

August 02, 2018 05:53 PM

ALBANY - A baby shower almost called off because of flooding is able to go on because of donations.

Whitney Young Health hosted a baby shower for WIC participants on Thursday as part of "World Breastfeeding Week."

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The supplemental nutrition program serves the need of low-income families and part of WIC's mission is to encourage pregnant and new moms to breastfeed.

Food and gifts were also given out.

Many of the gifts were damaged by flooding three weeks ago, but the community came together with donations to help the show go on.


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