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October 29, 2013 > Baby clothing drive helps little ones in need

Baby clothing drive helps little ones in need

Help babies get a better start in the world by providing them with much needed clothes. East Bay Spinal Decompression is hosting their 3rd annual ÒLoved Twice Donation EventÓ Monday, October 28 through Friday, November 8 and asks the community to help clothe needy infants by dropping off new and gently used baby clothes (up to 12 months only), including bibs, booties, hats, blankets, and socks to their Fremont office. (Please no cribs, strollers, car seats, high chairs, or any baby furniture.)

Loved Twice is a non-profit organization based in Oakland, which collects baby clothes for underprivileged newborns in the Bay Area. Donated clothing is distributed to babies in need through licensed social workers in hospitals, shelters, and clinics. Individual boy and girl boxes contain enough items to clothe a baby for a full year, with approximately 75 items sizes 0-12 months including onesies, sleepers, booties, hats, a blanket, and books, as well as an educational new parent kit supplied by First Five California.

As a thank you for those who donate, East Bay Spinal Decompression is offering chiropractic services at a discounted rate: $25 exam and x-rays for new patients, $20 for chiro treatments, and $40 for DRX existing maintenance patients. All proceeds will be donated to Loved Twice.

For more information on the clothes drive call (510) 790-1000. To learn more about Loved Twice, visit

Loved Twice Donation
Monday, Oct 28 - Friday, Nov 8
Monday, Wednesday, Friday: 8 a.m. Ð 12 noon; 3 p.m. - 7 p.m.
Tuesday and Thursday: 8 a.m. Ð 12 noon
East Bay Spinal Decompression
40000 Fremont Blvd., Ste. H, Fremont
(510) 790-1000

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