Womankind can use and will accept:
- Diapers (all sizes)
- Baby Wipes
- Formula, Gerber Gentle
- Cribs – New only – Beginning June 28, 2011, all cribs manufactured and sold (including resale) must comply with new and improved federal safety standards. The new rules, which apply to full-size and non full-size cribs, prohibit the manufacture or sale of traditional drop-side rail cribs, strengthen crib slats and mattress supports, improve the quality of hardware and require more rigorous testing.
- New or clean, gently used:
- Infant toddler clothing (to 24 months)
- Maternity clothing
- Car seats, strollers, playpens, high chairs, Pack ‘n’ Plays™ (must meet all current safety standards)
- We cannot accept donation of toys, thank you for your understanding!
We truly appreciate your generosity. Your kindess helps us to help moms and their families who come to us for help. Thank You!
For further information on appropriate donation items, please contact Womankind at 216-662-5700.
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5350 Transportation Blvd. Suite 18
Garfield Heights, Ohio 44125
Phone: 216 662 5700
Fax: 216 662 2701
Womankind Maternal and Prenatal Care Center was founded 1975. The dream of Michele Rogers RN and Elaine Eberlin was to provide a free prenatal clinic staffed primarily by loving and non-judgmental volunteers as the way to meet the medical and emotional needs of women who were pregnant or thought they might be. For more than 40 years Womankind has been doing just that by providing our free services to women from all over Northeast Ohio who have felt overwhelmed, unsupported or unprepared for their pregnancies. These women have often lacked the health insurance, financial resources and/or emotional support needed to access traditional care providers. At Womankind they find care that is confidential, comprehensive and compassionate. We encourage and support each woman who comes to us for care. We do all we can to ensure that no woman faces a pregnancy without hope, help and possibility.