Allied Foundation to receive Physician Champion Award at Docs for Tots 20th Anniversary Celebration

At the Docs for Tots 20th Anniversary celebration in NYC on November 9th, 2023 Docs for Tots will honor the Allied Foundation with the Physician Champion Award for their support of families with young children through their Docs for Diapers initiative.

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Docs For Diapers 

Docs for Diapers helps families keep babies clean, dry, and healthy. Managing Long Island’s first diaper bank, Allied Foundation partners with organizations across Long Island to distribute diapers to families who struggle to afford a sufficient supply of diapers for their children.

By collecting, purchasing, and distributing diapers to families in need, we work to achieve our goal of ensuring infants/children have enough diapers to stay healthy and happy.

During the COVID19 pandemic Docs for Tots received funding to purchase and distribute more than 100,000 diapers through partners on Long Island. We are grateful for the Allied Foundation’s diaper bank for being the primary source and distribution point.

Allied Foundation Executive Director Heather Edwards will accept the award at our 20th anniversary event.

Allied Diaper Bank featured in coverage of recent Diaper Need Awareness week
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