People can make donations at Harold Hill and Rainham libraries and the Roneo Corner Tesco (Credit: Kelly Rosevear)
The Baby Bank HQ is collecting branded and non-branded uniforms and recycling them for families in need who have recently been through financial hardship.
All of the donations will go to people who have been identified through local agencies in Havering, Barking, Dagenham, Ilford and Newham.
The project is a joint collaboration with Havering Libraries, Keep Britain Tidy and East London Waste Authority.
There are collection points at the Harold Hill and Rainham libraries as well as the Roneo Corner Tesco.
Baby Bank HQ founder Kelly Rosevear first launched a campaign to secure coats for Havering Women’s Refuge in the winter of 2019.
She worked with Romford Mothercare and Co-op to deliver more than 200 coats and baby clothes to people who needed them in a matter of weeks.
“We started this campaign in 2019 and we appreciate families can be put into financial hardship at any time,” explained Kelly.
“Obviously as we have gone into the time of Covid, things have simply gotten a lot more difficult than anyone could have imagined.”
Families who are in need of uniforms can find more information online at the Baby Bank HQ website here.
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