Date(s) - 10/20/2018
10:30 am - 11:30 am
This Touch-A-Truck event provides your little one the opportunity to climb up into the driver’s seat to experience all of the exciting things that a fire engine can do! At IFD Station #32, you can talk to fire fighters, explore the fire house and play in our sensory stations. Each child needs to be accompanied by an adult. Remember to bring a camera! Cost is $5 per child. Call 317-983-4009 with questions or for groups larger than 8 people. PRE-REGISTRATION IS REQUIRED!! Sign up NOW because spaces fill fast!
Organizer of Touch-A-Truck Event
Indiana Diaper Bank is on a mission to eliminate diaper need in our community by providing a reliable and adequate source of basic baby diapering essentials.
The facts are startling: 1 in 3 families report not having a sufficient supply of diapers to keep their children clean, healthy and dry. The most vulnerable of our neighbors are impacted— infants and children. To make matters worse, government programs such as SNAP and WIC cannot be used towards the purchase of diapers. Indianapolis has been named a diaper desert and Indiana Diaper Bank is the only coordinating diaper bank to address diaper need in our community.
Indiana Diaper Bank has the opportunity to make a health, social and economic impact. Providing families in need with free diapers influences a range of positive outcomes for these families, such as positive changes in parental mood (reducing risk of childhood abuse); improved child health and happiness (nurturing their ability to learn); and increased opportunities for childcare, work stability, and school attendance.
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