Robins’ Nest invited volunteers to its Glassboro headquarters on Monday, January 21, to celebrate and honor the life of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. with a day of service. Volunteers from the Gloucester County NAACP, representatives from the office of Congressman Donald Norcross, and Freeholder Dan Christy visited Robins’ Nest headquarters to help assemble baby bundles for new moms in our Maternal Health programs, which provide assistance and support to young mothers and their newborn babies throughout Gloucester County.
Volunteers also assisted with assembling birthday bags for children in their foster, kinship, and adoption programs. The bags include essential birthday party items such as hats, balloons, and cake mix, and will be used by families to celebrate the birthday of their newly adopted baby or child. It was truly an inspiring day of service, as so many of our community members came together to help those in need. View photos from throughout the day and watch Robins' Nest featured on SNJ Today below.