6,700 Diapers Donated

In conjunction with the Second Harvest Food Bank, new mom and Winston-Salem/Oakwood sales associate Julie Oates organized a diaper drive in her office to benefit low-income families in our community. More than 6,700 diapers were donated, all of which will benefit needy families in our area. An adequate monthly supply of diapers can cost as much as $100 (up to 20% of a minimum wage salary!), and they’re not covered by food stamps or WIC.

To find out what you can do to help needy families in your area, visit www.feedingamerica.org to find the nearest food bank.

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