Summer Infant has been helping Celebrate the Military Child since day one. We love Summer Infant and by love we mean bathers, monitors, bottles, feeding bibs, feeding mats, drinking cups, FINGER TOOTHBRUSH (personal favorite), booster seats, feeding seats, high chairs, SWADDLE ME BLANKETS (ME LOVE A LOT) and baby gear and so much more. In case you didn’t notice they have amazing stuff.
The Summer Cares Foundation has been working hard to improve the lives of babies and their parents and caregivers for almost a decade. We have donated millions of dollars worth of cash and products to charitable organizations that make a difference to families worldwide. At Summer Infant, we have been so very blessed over the years. We feel it is only right to not only give of our goods and services, but also of ourselves. Our employees are the first to line up for a raffle, event, or walk in support of those we hold dear to our hearts. We have dedicated our lives to living by our motto of making this, “the best time of your life.”
Some of the wonderful organizations we support on a regular basis include: March of Dimes, Kids in Distressed Situations (K.I.D.S.), and Women & Infants Hospital. Other organizations we have also been honored to work with include: First Candle, RI Food Bank, RI Blood Center, Ronald McDonald House, Haiti Relief, RI Flood Recovery, Children’s Friend, The Tomorrow Fund, Adopt-A-Family, and so many more.
It is important that we not only present a forum for our efforts, but that we also give a voice to those charities that have committed their every waking moment to making a positive impact on the world. So we encourage you to click on the links to the left to learn more about these organizations and we thank you in advance for your gracious support.
We want to say thank you. From our military children and their families to the entire Summer Infant family we thank you from the bottom of our hearts for your generous donations to support military families and children. Without organizations such as yours we wouldn’t be able to provide this much needed support.