Project: Clothe Homeless Babies.

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Project funding Goal $15,000


Still Required $15,000

About Cause: Loved Twice

Loved Twice clothes disadvantaged newborns with good quality, recycled baby clothing for the first year of life.

“We often take the bare necessities such as food, shelter, and clothing for granted. Loved Twice is dedicated to make sure the most innocent among us have the clothes necessary for a better start in life.”

Loved Twice started in 2005 when Lisa Klein, Founder and Executive Director, rallied mothers and collected 200 pounds of clothing in just four days for babies impacted by Hurricane Katrina. While mailing off the newborn clothes, Lisa realized that the same simple process of recycling gently used baby clothing to provide for infants in need across America.

Today, Loved Twice has grown into an effective grassroots organization that is embraced by the communities it serves. Loved Twice has clothed 5,759 newborns and helped vulnerable families meet their basic needs while keeping over 57,000 pounds of clothing out of landfills. That's 431,395 essential garments recycled into underserved communities with an estimated retail value of $1,295,775!











About Project

Join Loved Twice in helping give underprivileged babies a better start in life! Put a smile on a disadvantaged new parents’ face by helping them give a year’s worth of clothes for their new baby.

Loved Twice is raising $15,000 to clothe 1233 homeless babies for the first year of their life. This will result in over 90,000 warm essential baby clothes brought into underserved communities. Funds will be used for transportation to collect and deliver donated clothing and necessary program supplies; such as boxes, tape and boy/girl stickers. Loved Twice will also be able to fund outreach to volunteers, donors, and program partner sites; and fielding inquiries and requests. Not only can you help Loved Twice in bringing together the community, you can also contribute to Loved Twice’s efforts towards providing an important safety net for those in need, thereby allowing them to create strong, healthy families.

“My parents kicked me out for getting pregnant. My boyfriend broke up with me. Knowing my little angel has clothes keeps me strong.”
- Shamika, age 15

“I live with my grandma who works the night shift as a janitor so that she can be home during the day to watch the baby while I complete high school. The baby clothes are a gift from God.”
- Tanya


Project Updates

CauseBackr is please to announce DirectDonate ™  channel for CauseBackr Donors. This is one of the options  to impact in parallel to Vendor transactions.