Category: Baltimore Happenings

Baltimore Event: Community Baby Sprinkle


I had the liberty and blessing to meet this AMAZING woman, Keisha Starr, a few years ago and she has been nothing short of a blessing to those she encounters.

Keisha is a singer, song writer, published author (Check out Diary of a Boss Chick), social worker, mother, sister, friend, daughter, wife; a woman of many hats! She goes hard when she needs too but all out of love.

She strives to make sure that the parents and students in her community are active at both home and school. She helps families facing hardships get the help and assistance they need. As well as just getting the community involved overall. Baltimore is a tough place to live but there are angels, like her, that make the struggle a bit easier. Currently she’s collecting items for her office’s  next Community Baby Sprinkle and she needs our help!

The turnout for the last Baby Sprinkle was nothing short of spectacular. She helped dozens of families get the necessities needed for their new babies and making sure the new parents were okay! It’s a community effort and she will admit; she couldn’t have pulled it off without the community!

The next baby spinkle is 9/27/17 from 9am to 12 pm, located at Arlington Elementary/Middle School. Do you have any new or slightly uses baby clothes and/or items such as car seat, crib, stroller, etc.? They are accepting baby clothes of all sizes, diapers, bath wash and lotions, bottles, pacifiers, etc. If you work in a pediatric office or know someone that does, please ask if they could donate some of the free formulas, diapers, wipes, and rash creams that companies send to them. If you want to donate cash, I can give her PayPal information. She’s very open and transparent and makes all funds public and show how the money is being spent. When she reaches a good amount, she’ll inform and ask people not to donate any more money. Check out pics of the last successful Community Baby Sprinkle below….

She can be reached by clicking here…Please work with us while we rebuild Baltimore and help provide for those in need.

Feel free to share and spread the love. The more that’s received means more families are receiving assistance.

Besos, my Loves!

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