Emergency Infant Services

Emergency Infant Services (EIS) provides basic needs help for children five and under. Families may come for assistance up to four times in a calendar year. Each visit, parents meet with an interviewer to discuss their child’s needs and the family’s situation and assistance is provided that same day. Basic needs items includes diapers, food, and formula. Children needing clothing may also receive items from our “boutique.” Additionally, EIS partners with local hospitals and other non-profit groups to assist with other items to keep infants safe and pregnant women healthy.

It would be impossible for us to help over 10,000 families each year without the hard work and generosity of our volunteers. There are diverse volunteer opportunities for everyone from five to ninety-five. Whether you want to volunteer as an individual, family, church group, corporate group, or anything in between, there is something for you to do at EIS. The majority of our volunteers come one day a week and work as Baby Boutique Attendants, Family Interviewers or Donation Processors. Others volunteer for a Saturday Work Day or help plan a drive. Still others serve on our Young Professionals or Junior Board.


Kimberly Deardorff
Volunteer Coordinator

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