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Hurricane Florence: 3 Ways You Can Still Help

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Hurricane Florence has come and gone, but like any natural disaster what remains is the devastation it left in its wake. Over the past few weeks, we’ve continued to hear about the impact Hurricane Florence has made on the East Coast. More than 1.7 million people have been evacuated from their homes, and nonprofit organizations across the US have been partnering together to provide support to the communities affected. Currently, we are working together with Baby2Baby, our Official Charitable Partner, to help families in need with over 5,000 donated Honest items, including packs of diapers, training pants, and wipes. But, there is still more to be done. If you want to help children and families who are victims of Hurricane Florence, here are three easy ways:

1) Donate vital baby supplies to Baby2Baby. Consider giving packs of diapers, wipes and baby and children’s clothing.

2) Donate money to Save the Children. They are experts in emergency response and are working to protect children and babies before, during and after disasters, including Hurricane Florence.

3) Volunteer through local organizations. If you’re local to the area, All Hands and Hearts has set up a Volunteer Reception Center to assist with relief, and coordinates efforts for natural disasters globally.

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