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Mission Statement

Baby2Baby provides children living in poverty, ages 0-12 years, with diapers, clothing and all the basic necessities that every child deserves.

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Baby2Baby hosts individuals, corporate groups, families & friends for volunteer sessions. Sessions are available Monday - Friday from 9am - 5pm at our Culver City warehouse.

To learn more about Baby2Baby please visit http://baby2baby.org/get-involved/

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Would you recommend Baby2Baby?

by Jessica C. (October 3, 2018)
Everyone was very kind. The work was simple, meaningful, and efficient. The only reason I won't give a full 5 stars is parking. *** I want to go back but all street parking on the street is 1 or 2 hour, not enough time for a shift. Residential parking is limited on Mondays/Tuesdays due to street parking. Given this situation you have to bring at least $20 in cash to cover parking, or be lucky and find a free spot in residential. *** The program is beautiful. The people and program are providing a pivotal service. I wish they had more locations as I do want to go back, I had a wonderful time. This experience was excellent, it felt like I was doing something worthwhile.
by Alex G. (February 17, 2017)
The people that run Baby 2 Baby are passionate about what they do. We spent the day organizing clothes and toys for children to make it easier for their parents to come and pick out what they needed. It's a very important place for struggling families who need a little extra help.