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Sandra’s Baby Clothes 

Young children outgrow their clothes very quickly and, here in the UK, thanks to the generosity of  friends and family mothers often have far more clothes for their baby than they can wear out. Disposal apart from simple recycling is not easy as other mothers usually want only new clothes for their baby. Many charity shops are reluctant to accept baby clothes for sale as their experience is that it does not sell.

We collect good quality, clean items and arrange delivery to orphanages and maternity units in Romania where there is a great need.

How it works 

1. Rotarians collect good quality baby clothes (suitable for up to two years of age please) from friends, family, other contacts. Preferably not from charity shops as they will have been donated to that charity for their own purposes.

2. Advise Sandra Davey (sandra.davey@talk21.com) of Monmouth Rotary Club that you have clothes for collection. She will arrange to collect it at an agreed time. Please remember that Sandra will want to arrange collections in order to make best use of travel and you will be asked to store clothes pending collection.

3. Sandra will pass the items to PDG D1280 Elizabeth Tatman who will arrange transport to Romania. Elizabeth travels to Romania often to support maternity units and orphanages so has the experience and contacts to ensure good use of your items.

Thanks for your support.  If you can help please let Secretary Janice know.

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