Fairfield organization runs diaper drivePosted: Updated:
Connecticut State Representatives Brenda Kupchik and Laura Devil are teaming up with Operation Hope for a diaper drive.
Operation Hope provides Fairfield residents in need with basic essentials, like food and shelter.
Diapers are expensive, not covered by SNAP benefits and Operation Hope does not currently have enough to meet demand.
Diapers can be dropped off in Fairfield through June 22.
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