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Infant Crisis Services hosting digital diaper drive for Oklahoma babies

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OKLAHOMA CITY – A nonprofit organization is hosting a  digital diaper drive to help mothers and babies in need.

Infant Crisis Services is hosting a digital diaper drive until Oct. 2.

The organization continues to be the only agency in central Oklahoma that provides diapers to needy babies and toddlers. Each week, it gives away roughly 10,000 diapers.

“What a lot of people don’t realize is that programs like SNAP and WIC don’t cover things like diapers or baby wipes,” said Miki Farris, executive director of Infant Crisis Services. “We rely heavily on the generosity of our community to make sure we can feed and diaper our youngest and most vulnerable clients.”