By tying access to critical child gear items to parental enrollment in anti-poverty programs, Baby Buggy provides for the safety and health of a child while parents get the long-term support they need to help lift the family out of poverty.
To date, Baby Buggy has provided more than 16 million items to more than 139 anti-poverty program sites in 17 markets.
To celebrate the launch of her Victorian-inspired Capsule Collection, Rebecca Taylor has teamed up with Baby Buggy in its fights against poverty.
Starting September 24th through October 4th shoppers can use code RT4BB in stores and online, and 20% of the proceeds will be benefiting Baby Buggy.
Baby Buggy has been rated a 4-Star Charity by Charity Navigator and has received national accreditation from the Better Business Bureau Wise Giving Alliance.
In 2014, 90 cents of every dollar donated to Baby Buggy went to programs. For more information, visit www.babybuggy.org, follow @LoveRecycled on Twitter and Instagram and like Baby Buggy on Facebook.