The Nappy Collective returns to local libraries

Do you have leftover, unused disposable nappies lying around? Donate them between 6 and 20 May 2016 to Cessnock or Kurri Kurri Libraries.

Do you have leftover, unused disposable nappies lying around? Donate them between 6 and 20 May 2016 to Cessnock or Kurri Kurri Libraries.

The Nappy Collective is a national initiative collecting and redistributing to support families in crisis or in need.  

A handful of leftover nappies may not mean much to you, but collectively they can make a huge difference.  

There are 400 collection points in 39 cities around Australia taking part in the initiative this year—including Cessnock and Kurri Kurri!  

At the end of the two week collective, the nappies are sorted, packed and swiftly distributed to family support organisations.  

Nappies are a basic healthcare need and lack of sufficient nappies can lead to an array of problems for disadvantaged families.  

When you donate your spare nappies, you help these families to focus more of their time and energy on getting their lives back on track.  

Over 734,000 nappies have been donated so far to this fantastic cause.  

More information is available from www.thenappycollective.com

6 May 2016