Did you know that you can get free Baby Stuff for Low Income Families? There are so many programs geared to help families. You could get free car sears, free formula, free diapers, free baby food, free breast pumps and so much more. Even if you are not low income you might want to check out the free boxes, free breast pumps and free coupons! Check out the list below of free baby stuff for low income families below:
FREE BABY STUFF FOR LOW INCOME FAMILIES
- Baby2Baby –Baby2Baby distributes gently used baby gear and clothing through a network of community-based organizations.
- Boxes (free + free shipping) – You can score free baby boxes from companies that offer free samples . You can request the Walmart Baby Box ( loaded with free samples) request the Similac Box
- Breast Pumps – Get a FREE breast pump through your insurance provider.Under the Affordable Care Act (ACA), Health insurance plans must provide breastfeeding support, counseling, and equipment for the duration of breastfeeding. Your health insurance plan must cover the cost of a breast pump.
- Car Seats – You can call your local United Way by dialing 211 on your telephone. You will have to let them know you really need a car seat for your baby and are unable to afford one. There is a chance they can provide you with a free car seat.
- Coupons and free products–If you are pregnant you can go ahead and create a free baby registry. They give out a ton of goodies to new moms!
- Cribs for Kids –Cribs for Kids proves Graco Pack ‘n Play®portable cribs to families that can not afford a crib or safe place for their baby to sleep. Cribs for Kids now has more than 650 partners throughout the United States.
- Free Baby Samples – I have a huge list of free baby stuff. I update it daily. Go request the baby freebies now!
- National Diaper Bank Network –There might be a diaper bank in your town. Just visit the link and dial 211 to find out where your nearest diaper bank is.
- WIC–WIC gives you access to healthy food, nutrition education and breastfeeding guidance. To qualify for WIC you need to either be pregnant, a caregiver, or a mom with a child under 5. WIC is not just here for moms, we’re here for everyone-working or not-who cares for a child. Caregivers with a low to medium income and those who are part of other programs such as foster care, medical assistance, or SNAP are eligible.