Our partner for family donations!
Please consider donating your gently used baby and maternity items to families in our community who are struggling to make ends meet. It doesn’t take much to make a big difference!
Please note we are unable to accept:
Used Car Seats, Cribs, Strollers, Baby Furniture, High Chairs, Swings, Bassinets & Toys on Wheels.
1128 W. Santa Ana Blvd, Santa Ana, CA 92703
(corner of Santa Ana Blvd and Baker Street, 1 block east of Bristol)
Tax ID# 33-0518078
For more information or to schedule a drop-off please contact
In realizing our VISION for healthy babies, empowered mothers and strong families throughout Orange County.
In pursuing our MISSION to help mothers and their families have healthy babies by providing health coordination, education and access to community services.
In DELIVERING A BRIGHT DESTINY for families and making childbirth and parenting healthier, richer, and easier for moms and dads through the healthiest possible start in life for their babies.
Programs Offered: In-home Maternal Child Health Care Coordination and group Health Education Classes.
Target Population: Low-income pregnant women and their families.
Geographic Area Served: Orange County, CA.
For more than 25 years, MOMS Orange County (a 501(c)3 non-profit organization) has provided free access to prenatal care, health screenings, infant development screenings, health education and referral services through monthly home visits and group classes. We currently serve more than 3,300 low-income families annually and have proudly demonstrated, through rigorous outside evaluation, that our program brings children in a highly disadvantaged population to health and developmental levels that exceed those set by the general population.
MOMS Orange County grew out of a public-private partnership created to help solve a severe prenatal health crisis among low-income women in Orange County. Our founder, Dottie Andrews, held town forums on the issue that then led to a task force convened by the Orange County Board of Supervisors – and ultimately to Dottie and a group of committed volunteers forming what is now MOMS Orange County.