April Showers Lafayette Fire Department Donation Drive

A Pregnancy Center & Clinic, in partnership with the Lafayette Fire Department will host a community wide baby shower called April Showers. A Pregnancy Center and Clinic is a 501 (c) 3 non-profit medical clinic that provides free pregnancy screenings, ultrasounds and material support to young teens and women experiencing unplanned pregnancies.

Posted: Apr 1, 2021 3:49 PM

A Pregnancy Center & Clinic, in partnership with the Lafayette Fire Department will host a
community wide baby shower called April Showers. A Pregnancy Center and Clinic is a 501 (c)
3 non-profit medical clinic that provides free pregnancy screenings, ultrasounds and material
support to young teens and women experiencing unplanned pregnancies.


April Showers is designed to raise much-needed baby items for those who come to A Pregnancy
Center & Clinic in need of help. During the entire month of April, the community can drop off
much-needed baby items like diapers, baby powder, lotion, shampoo, bottles, pacifiers, diaper
bags, car seats, etc. to any Lafayette Fire Department stations.


Lafayette Fire Department is excited about the partnership. Unfortunately, with the COVID-19
pandemic, the event was canceled last year. We’re hoping this year is a huge success. With
fourteen different fire stations located throughout the city, drop-off points for individuals willing
to donate the items are easily accessible. There is a collection box located in each fire station.
Bring the item(s) inside and firefighters will place them in the box.

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