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The freshman class of 2015 has made it their mission to collect 70,000 diapers to donate to the Hope Pregnancy Center.The freshman class at KOR Education School is having a Huggyz 4 Hope diaper drive to support the Hope Pregnancy Center. The kickoff for the drive begins April 12 and will continue until April 21. They have set an impressive and challenging goal of collecting at least 70,000 diapers to verify Hope Pregnancy’s mission.

The project is part of KOR’s class service initiative. The children considered a number of community service projects but have chosen Hope Pregnancy because of the organizations dedication to assist couples and individuals during crisis pregnancies.

April 12 will kick-off the first day of drop-off donations at KOR from 12:30-1:30pm at Parkway Baptist Church. A celebration at the Hope Pregnancy Center will conclude the event on April 21. The event will feature music, food and the total amount of diapers collected will be announced at 8pm. The event is come and go from 4-8pm.

The KOR freshman class of 2015 has made it their mission to collect 70,000 diapers to donate to the Hope Pregnancy Center.The freshman class at KOR Education School is having a Huggyz 4 Hope diaper drive to support the Hope Pregnancy Center. The kickoff for the drive begins April 12 and will continue until April 21. The group has set an impressive and challenging goal of collecting at least 70,000 diapers to support Hope Pregnancy’s mission.

The project is part of KOR’s class service initiative. The students considered a number of community service projects but have chosen Hope Pregnancy because of the organization’s dedication to assisting couples and individuals during crisis pregnancies.

April 12 will kick-off the first day of drop-off donations at KOR from 12:30pm to 1:30pm at Parkway Baptist Church.

A celebration at the Hope Pregnancy Center will conclude the event on April 21 and will feature food by Chick-fil-A and a bounce house for the kids. All proceeds benefit the diaper drive. The wrap-up event will feature music and food with the total number of diapers collected being announced at 8pm. The community is invited to the come-and-go event from 4pm to 8pm.

Among their many services, The Hope Pregnancy Center provides pregnancy tests, counseling and a parenting education program. Hope Pregnancy’s “Hannah’s Closet” provides items necessary to raise a child – including diapers. Keeping diapers on the shelves is a constant need, and the freshman class has made it their mission to remedy the dwindling supply of diapers. Clients of Hope Pregnancy include college students, low-income women and couples.

Below is a list of all drop-off locations for anyone who would like to support the KOR diaper drive. Email huggyz4hope@gmail.com for more locations.

HUGGYZ 4 HOPE DROP-OFF LOCATIONS

KOR Educational School at Parkway Baptist Church, 1501 Southwest Parkway, College Station, TX

Hope Pregnancy Center, 205 Brentwood Dr. E, College Station, (979) 695-9193

JJ’s SnoCones, 1112 Briarcrest Dr. Bryan

Wakefield Sign Service, 10187 Highway 30, College Station

Insite Printing & Graphic Services, 123 E Wm J Bryan Parkway, Bryan (8am-5pm, M-F)

Ducky’s Car Wash/Dent Magic 1606 Texas Ave., Bryan

MugWalls Java House, 907 Harvey Road, College Station

Southwest Parkway Baptist Church, 1501 Southwest Parkway, College Station