Baby Buggy helps families in need by distributing products through community based organizations. The families are clients of Baby Buggy-supported domestic violence shelters, anti-poverty programs including Single Stop and Harlem Children’s Zone, fatherhood programs like the Bronx Fatherhood Program, educational programs such as Head Start, the International Rescue Committee’s Resettlement Program and the evidence based Nurse-Family Partnership program.
Each month, the organizations submit the items they need for the families they serve. Based on available inventory, Baby Buggy does their best to fill these requests, providing approximately 60,000 items each month.
Specifically for the event, Herrera created limited edition leather wrap bracelets for the evening in “mommy and me” sizes proceeds from which went directly to Baby Buggy.
Moms got to shop while their kids were entertained by Magic Al, snacked on sweets and received a special tote-shaped coloring book to commemorate the evening. Special guests Stephanie Winston Wolkoff and Jessica Seinfeld, the founder of Baby Buggy, enjoyed the evening’s festivities.