Infant Crisis Services, Inc.
No baby should go hungry.
The story of Infant Crisis Services began in 1984 as a Sunday school class tried to discover how they could make a difference in their community. As a class, they decided they wanted to do something to assist parents that struggled to provide the necessary essentials to their little ones, and through that Sunday school class, Infant Crisis Services was born. Due to their generous community, babies and toddlers go to bed with dry diapers, full tummies and hope for a brighter future.
Because no baby should ever be in crisis, KicKee sent a heartfelt donation of nearly 300 exceptionally soft items for the little ones, including tops, bottoms, footies, coveralls, onesies, loveys, bibs, PJ sets, socks, dresses, rompers and snuggly swaddles and plush toys.