Educating, Empowering and Advocating Together

REACHING MOTHERS IN NEED DURING COVID-19 PANDEMIC

As the nation rests in uncertainty, we at 3D Girls, Inc. believe in our mission more than ever! We are deeply committed to carrying no out our mission to educate and empower young women and girls. In this time, we are serving families in our community who are unemployed, self-employed, work in hospitality and/or service industries, and the unpredictable financial strain they may have in the months to come.
During the pandemic, we have supported over 300 mothers and girls in need with care packages that include diapers, wipes, toiletries, and/or feminine care products. Initial data were collected between March 21-24, 2020 from 60 parents in the Metro-Atlanta area. Parents expressed need with essential baby care items due to social-economic factors caused by the Corona Virus outbreak. We also discovered there are shortages of supplies in low-income communities, which contribute to moms not having the essential items to care for their babies.
Every week we load up thousands of diapers, wipes, and feminine hygiene products to distribute to women and girls in metro-Atlanta! Donations are always needed and accepted as more and more requests for assistance come in daily.

VISION.FOCUS.IMPACT

Since March, 3D Girls, Inc. has supported 230 young women and girls who’ve experienced a lack of access to essential materials during the COVID-19 pandemic.

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Diapers

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Feminine Hygiene Products

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Volunteers

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Routes in Metro-Atlanta
(Clayton, Dekalb, Fulton & City of Atlanta)

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Miles Driven Per Week

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Community Partners
8 COMMUNITY BABY SHOWERS
In the month of June, 3D Girls, Inc. partnered with The Dekalb County Board of Health’s M.O.R..E. Initiative to provide expecting mothers with resources during our “Pop Up” Community Baby showers. Our teams united to deliver a socially distant, fun-filled experience to homes/yards of expectant clients who have been impacted by COVID-19.
CLIENT STATS
  • 77% African-American; 15% Latino/Hispanic; 4% Asian/Pacific Islander; 3% White
  • 77% Unemployed; 20% Part-time Employed; 3% Full-time Employed
  • 78% Have stable housing; 22% do not have stable housing
  • 50% do not have reliable transportation; utilizes public transportation/ride share services.
  • 100% of clients live below the federal poverty level and receive one or more assistance in the form of TANF (Temporary Assistance for Needy Families), SNAP (Food Stamps), Georgia WIC, Section 8 – Housing, Income-Based Housing.

CARE PACKAGE REGISTRATION

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5 OUT OF 7 FAMILIES

Indicated that loss of work and or income has significantly impacted their lives during the COVID-19 pandemic.

  • Illness
  • Lack Of Childcare
  • Lack Of Work
  • Ages 21-35
  • Ages 16-18
  • Ages 18-21
  • Part-Time
  • Full-Time
  • Not-Working
  • High School
  • College
  • Full-Time
Initial data were collected between March 21-24, 2020 from 60 parents in the Metro-Atlanta area. Parents expressed need with essential baby care items due to social-economic factors caused by the Corona Virus outbreak. Within a week’s time, we gathered resources valued at over $2,000 from 10 donors. With 1768 diapers, 420 wipes, and 4675 feminine hygiene products, we were able to produce 40 care packages that provided moms with enough supplies to last them for two weeks.

Educating, Empowering & Advocating Together

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