Needs Clearing House, Mothers for Others team up for diaper drive in Greenwich

Two Greenwich nonprofit groups teamed up Saturday to collect diapers for mothers in need. Phil Brous, of the Needs Clearing House, says a group called

Brous, whose group helps individuals and charities, is

Brous, whose group helps individuals and charities, is asking the public to donate baby wipes, clothing and especially diapers. (Credit: News 12)

GREENWICH - Two Greenwich nonprofit groups teamed up Saturday to collect diapers for mothers in need.

Phil Brous, of the Needs Clearing House, says a group called Mothers for Others contacted him recently to pitch in with their spring diaper drive. Brous, whose group helps individuals and charities, is asking the public to donate baby wipes, clothing and especially diapers.

News 12 was told that donations can be dropped off at the Second Congregational Church on Putnam Avenue in Greenwich

The church is located at 139 Putnam Ave.

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