Twice The Love
We believe every child deserves clothes, no matter the age or size — one of life’s basic necessities. Our Twice the Love Program is a constant clothes drive and donation outlet to help parents clothe their child from ages 0-5yrs old.
We also want to ensue children receive the proper nutrition and supplies needed in the first years of life. We provide baby food, baby formula, diapers, wipes, baby wash, shampoo, and everyday items needed to care for your little one.
Recourses are a parent’s best friend. Twice the Love provides the opportunity for the other parents and community businesses to get involved with helping parents in need directly. We offer parenting informational workshops and support groups. Workshops include info on breastfeeding, Birthing Centers, CPR Awareness, Childcare, Therapeutic Centers, Family Insurance and Much More.
In addition to our clothes drive and donation outlet, Twice the Love also hosts Homes for Mom workshops to support single moms and foster parents with the necessary resources to assist in the process of acquiring a single-family home. Seminars are held with guest speakers that educate families on financial literacy and the process of becoming a homeowner.
By utilizing their network, realtors are encouraged to compete in helping raise funds for the program. The winning realtor will receive a special prize reward. As a result, the Darcy J Foundation will also highlight real estate professionals on our social media pages. These select professionals will be interviewed in our “Share Your Story with DJF” segment. All proceeds raised will be used to fund Twice the Love.
In support of a healthier lifestyle, nutritional meal plans and family fitness training is also provided through fitness bootcamps, yoga and meditation.
Twice the Love Program collects and provides gently used clothing to babies and children in need.
100% of collected baby clothes are given directly to parents and children-in-need. Rest assured; families will not need to purchase the clothes (as they would at Goodwill). They are given away free of charge to all families that register and verify with our organization.
Drop off (or mail) clothes in sizes 0-5T. All clothes are washed and carefully sorted through to ensure all donations to families are stain-free and packaged to make it easy for our volunteers to hand out.
Each item that is donated to Twice the Love is inspected with the greatest of care. This certifies that every piece of clothing is free of stains and holes, that every puzzle contains all of its pieces, that every toy is clean and ready to use, and that every shoe is in good condition and part of a pair. It is with your help that we are able to guarantee that every item Twice the Love distributes is something that you would give or use with your own children or loved ones.
Twice the Love is happy to accept the following NEW and VERY GENTLY — USED items:
- All Clothing (for ages 0-5 years)
- Baby wipes
- Backpacks & School Supplies
- Beds (toddler & twin)
- Bottles & other feeding supplies
- Car Seat
- Cribs (no dropside)
- Diaper Bags
- Diaper Cream
- Formula & Baby Food (sealed & not expired)
- High Chairs
- Hygiene Products
- Infant Carriers
- Maternity Clothes
- New Nursing Bras & New Breast Pumps
- New Underwear
- Portable Cribs & Play Yards
- Postpartum Healing Supplies
- Safety Gates
- Shoes for ages 0-5 years
- Sleep Sacks
- New Socks
- Swings & Bouncy Seats
- Toothpaste & New Toothbrushes
- Toys (new or like new)
DONATION MAILING ADDRESS:
10524 Moss Park
DONATION DROP-OFF ADDRESS:
Green Market Farmers Market
*Every 4th Saturday of the month
Address: Corner of Dixie Hwy and Atlantic Blvd, Pompano Beach
Twice the Love is always looking to expand our network of community drop off locations.
If your business or school would like to host a bin for community donations please email email@example.com for more information.
IF YOU ARE A PARENT OR GUARDIAN IN NEED PLEASE REGISTER BELOW:
IF YOU ARE AN ORGANIZATION OR GROUP HOME AND WOULD LIKE TO REGISTER FOR THE PARENTS WITHIN YOUR ORGANIZATION:
"Helping one persom might not change the world, but it could change the world for one person."
Resources to support moms caring for a child with special needs.
This programs provides the opportunity for the other parents and community businesses to get involved with helping parents in need directly. We provide parenting informational workshops and support groups. We want to provide information about Breastfeeding, Birthing Centers, CPR Awareness, Swim Training, Support Group, Family Insurance Mental Health Training, and Much More.
Caring for an infant or toddler presents its own joys and challenges daily for moms, especially new moms. However, when a mom notices her child appears to be developing at a slower pace than other children, it can bring unimaginable anxiety and fear. To determine if your child is developmentally delayed and requires special services, early diagnosis is key.
Children’s Diagnostic & Treatment Center – Early Steps Program
- Diagnosis of developmental delays from birth – 36 months
- Evaluations include: physical, cognitive, gross and fine motor skills, communication, social and emotional, and adaptive development.
- For parental referrals, contact Child Find at 754-321-7200
Finding child care for children with medically-complex conditions presents a new set of challenges. To accommodate working parents, Prescribed Pediatric Extended Care (PPEC) and Early Intervention Preschool services are available.
PPEC is a non-residential child care service that provides care for children with medically-complex conditions. Children are transported daily (Monday – Friday) to a facility and cared for by pediatric nurses trained to care for children with specific medical needs. To utilize PPEC services, the child must be Medicaid eligible, diagnosed with a medically-complex condition, and birth to 20 years of age. The following organizations offer PPEC services.
A Developmental Preschool offers services to children that are developmentally delayed. These facilities offer child-centered developmental services which include individualized education curriculum taught by certified Pre-school and Exceptional Student Education (ESE) teachers, nursing services, therapeutic services, nutritional services, and some offer transportation services. Program ages vary from 3-months to 5 years based on the facility.
To enhance a child’s mental and physical abilities, therapeutic services may be necessary. These services include: Behavioral Analysis, Dysphagia, Occupational Therapy, Pet Therapy, Physical Therapy, Recreational Therapy, Respiratory Therapy, and Speech Language Pathology. The following organizations offer three or more of these therapeutic services: