Over the year, your generous and caring ways have supported women and girls in Middlesex County through some incredible nonprofits.
You have touched their lives through seeding new programs which empower women and girls, supporting victims of domestic violence, ensuring access to legal services for women of all ages, providing families with diapers for their little bundles of joy, and so much more.
Simply put, YOU are amazing!
Join us for an engaging discussion with one of the grantees of the Sari A. Rosenbaum Fund for Women & Girls, President and Co-Founder of Bare Necessities, Tina Bascom.
Did you know that 1 in 3 families in the United States have a diaper need?
Through diapers and the “bare necessities” Tina and her team of committed volunteers provide security and opportunities for women and families (and babies!) in our community.
Come hear more from Tina about the impact you are making, through the Sari A. Rosenbaum Fund for Women & Girls, one diaper at a time.
This is a free event, and you can register below and click SUBMIT without making a contribution.
However, if you would like to support women and girls in Middlesex County, we thank you in advance for your modest donation. (Did you know that $25 provides approximately one week’s worth of diapers for an infant or toddler?)
Registration is required and the Zoom link will be sent upon receipt of your registration.
To learn more about the Sari A. Rosenbaum Fund for Women & Girls, visit the Fund Page HERE
Tina Bascom is the president and co-founder of the nonprofit Bare Necessities, Inc. located in Clinton, CT. Her family along with 3 other families saw the need for a diaper bank service on the shoreline and pooled their diverse talents and compassionate hearts to form the Bare Necessities’ founding board.
One month after they opened their doors, in December 2015, their first diaper distribution helped 5 families. Through partnerships with social service organizations and food pantries along the shoreline, they now serve 270 families and have distributed over 396,000 diapers and 809,000 wipes.