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South Bay Call Center is Answering the Need for Diapers During the Coronavirus Crisis.
The average baby goes through 8,000 disposable diapers—at approximately 40 cents each—before potty training at about 21 months old, according to the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency.
So how does a family at or below the poverty level budget for an additional $3200 during a pandemic with people hoarding paper goods?
Currently, the need for diapers is second only to food at Love, in the Name of Christ South Bay. The Christian-based call center based in San Pedro helps families in need connecting them to other agencies, church ministries and other caring individuals.
Featured Love Story
We received a call from Kathy, an 85 year old senior who was facing the difficult time of moving out of her home to live in a smaller apartment. Understandably, she was feeling overwhelmed and stressed. This move meant packing up many of her possessions which she would need to move to a local storage unit, since she couldn’t take them with her. She could manage the packing, but due to her financial ...
Love INC SB provides support for struggling neighbors in the South Bay
Making A Difference
Here's how we help...
We partner with churches to combine our resources and outreach services so those in need get the help they require.
We relieve the hardships of local families and individuals by addressing needs. but not limited to, housing, food, clothing, rental and utility expenses.
Our staff and helpline volunteers are trained to connect people in need with the appropriate resources for their unique situation and circumstances.
Our Local Outreach Programs
“I don’t know what I would have done without Love INC. If you hadn’t been there to help, we would have been out on the streets and homeless. It just means so much to me that I called and you were there to help us!”
— Louise (a Love INC SB Client)
If you or someone you know is in need,
call our resource helpline
If you can offer help to
a neighbor in need,
Students received fully supplied backpacks as part of our
Back-To-School Backpack Drive
Diapers were distributed too 900 mothers during our on-going Parenting classes