420 Clinic is supporting “No Crib for a Bed” again

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420 Clinic is proud to once again support Infantcare Alberta’s “No Crib for a Bed” program. Formerly NeighbourLink, Infantcare Alberta’s “No Crib for a Bed” program runs twice a year and provides the basic necessities required to deliver their ‘Infant Care Under Two’ (ICU2) program.

Our Calgary clinic has purchased a crib through the program, which is now sitting in our Inglewood location. We are looking to fill that crib with infant items, and at the end of the donation process, the crib and all the baby necessities inside will be donated through the ICU2 program.

The items they are looking for:

  • Baby food
  • Infant cereal
  • Baby drops of vitamin D
  • Baby lotion
  • Shampoo
  • Baby wipes
  • Diaper cream
  • Books, ages 0 – 3
  • Stroller
  • Car seat

Infantcare Alberta is an award winning organization* serving the city of Calgary. Originally operating as NeighbourLink Calgary, we started as a grassroots operation through a small group people who had three things in common: they noticed there was a need, they cared about that need and most importantly they wanted to act. In 1993 NeighbourLink officially became a registered charity operating solely through a network of volunteers until 2000 at which time we were finally able to hire one paid staff.  Since then we have been declared an “Essential Social Service” to our city by Service Canada. We are in our 26th year of operation and since conception NeighbourLink, and now Infantcare Alberta, has not wavered from our primary purpose in founding the organization; To serve Albertans as a non-profit organization that partners with other social service agencies, individuals, government and corporations in order to provide essential resources and practical assistance to those who need it most. [Canada Helps]

Thank you to the community for helping us support local organizations!

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