“No one has ever become poor by giving.”
- Anne Frank, diary of Anne Frank: the play
“It's not how much we give but how much love we put into giving.”
- Mother Teresa
“The simplest acts of kindness are by far more powerful than a thousand heads bowing in prayer.”
- Mahatma Gandhi
Kidsblanks, home of The Laughing Giraffe, is committed to supporting not-for-profit organizations that benefit the well-being of babies and toddlers. We believe in supporting organizations that share our mission of improving the lives of young children. As a socially committed company, The Laughing Giraffe proudly gives back to organizations that value a healthy & informed pregnancy and birth, thriving babies, and happy toddlers.
ALCF’s primary goal is to provide relief to refugee and displaced families in war torn Armenia
Armenian Lighthouse Charitable Foundation. ALCF specialize supplying babies and toddlers clothing. ALCF hand-deliver the clothing to hospitals who distribute the clothing to those in need. The Laughing Giraffe will serve more than 50,000 children this year.
The Laughing Giraffe provides low-income children ages 0-5 years with clothing that every child deserves. The Laughing Giraffe donates to many non-profit partner organizations including homeless and domestic violence shelters, Head Start programs, and children’s hospitals.
Sudden Infant Death Services dedicated to:
of sudden, unexpected infant death by providing educational programs to families, healthcare professionals, law enforcement personnel, childcare providers, and the general public as well as,
services to families and any others who have experienced the tragedy of a sudden, unexpected infant death.
professionals, individuals, and the public at large about recommended Maternal and Infant care practices to prevent sudden, unexpected infant death;
bereaved family members and others who have been touched by the tragedy of a sudden, unexpected infant death;
for public awareness and engaging in collaborative community and statewide efforts to reduce sudden, unexpected infant death; and
current evidence based recommendations by the American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP), Center for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), and others to guide the mission of Sudden Infant Death Services