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to the Babies in Need website!

Serving Needy Newborns in Southwest Washington

We are an all-volunteer ministry that depends on the love and generosity of many people.

Our goal is to enhance the well-being of these babies and their families


by ensuring that every baby born in Clark County, Washington has a layette and a car seat.


by reducing the burdens and anxieties of the mothers.


by providing a picture book and tips on reading with children.


by offering examples of home prayers for little children.

Who Do We Serve?



Low-income parents of all racial, ethnic, educational, and religious backgrounds.


Unsupported mothers.


Undocumented immigrants.


Homeless women and babies.


Victims of domestic violence or substance abuse.


Families with medical problems or job loss.


Premature & special needs babies.


Low-income single custodial fathers.


Frogs, Pond and Dragonflies


Thank you to the Clark County Quilters and all
who bought raffle tickets for this beautiful quilt.
They raised $5373.25 for Babies In Need.
This will help significantly to meet our $10,000
annual budget item for car seats, providing
safety and comfort for the newest and smallest
residents of Clark County. The quilt was the
culmination of over two years of work by the
Clark County Quilters. Many of their members
have also made beautiful crib quilts for our
babies for years.



Frogs, Pond and Dragonflies



Good News!

Since 1999 we have delivered 3868 layettes, 1919 Car Seats, 69 Pac 'n Play cribs and 677 Sibling Bags.


Babies In Need is proud to support two new programs:

Shaken Baby Syndrome Prevention - Legacy Salmon Creek Hospital

Child Abuse Assesment Team - serves four southwest WA counties

To learn about the programs and how YOU can help,
please click on their links to the left.


View some pictures and
read about the year's

Newsletter now
available in PDF

Babies in Need was
featured in
The Reflector March 14

Babies in Need was
featured in
The Columbian March 25


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