Seacoast Community Baby Shower

THANK YOU FOR SUPPORTING NEWBORNS AND THEIR PARENTS IN YOUR COMMUNITY!

To keep our new families safe, this year’s 7th Annual Community Baby Shower was celebrated virtually!

About the event

Parenthood can be overwhelming for anyone. Whether it’s nutrition, developmental milestones, or safe sleep, new parents have a lot to learn. What’s worse, much of the information can appear contradictory. That’s where our community—supportive friends, family, and caring neighbors— can help.

In the spirit of a traditional baby shower, United Way’s 7th annual Community Baby Shower was to be a celebration for more than 75 new and expectant moms and dads. This year, due to the extenuating circumstances, we served more than 340 families in the Greater Seacoast! Most importantly, parents had the opportunity to connect virtually with key resources, including maternal and early childhood health services, to help them give their newborns the best possible start in life.

Please be sure to check out our online resources from the shower and share them with anyone who could use them!

BABY SHOWER RESOURCES

 

Support a family

With the public health crisis at hand and the unemployment rate climbing higher each day, the demand for support was greater than ever. Donations help ease the burden for our families so that they can access the baby basics and early childhood necessities they need for their little ones.  We are still accepting donations – please know any amount will help and is greatly appreciated!

DONATE TO SUPPORT A FAMILY

 

  • What does a typical Community Baby Shower look like? Check out photos from 2019 here
  • To learn more about the Seacoast Community Baby Shower, contact Linda Lorrey at LLorrey@supportunitedway.org
  • You can read about last year’s shower here

The Community Baby Shower is supported by United Way’s Women United group, our corporate partners, and dedicated volunteers who make this event possible.

A huge round of applause to our 2020 sponsors!

This event supports our efforts to create positive, lasting change for people in need in the Seacoast region.