The Center for Family Formation, The Law Office of Twa’Lea A. Jordan To Host Clothing Drive for New and Expecting Moms

On Dec. 11, the Center for Family Formation, The Law Offices of Twa’Lea A. Jordan will be hosting The Sacramento Mommy and Baby Shower, a maternity clothes, baby clothes and baby furniture drive at the Roberts’ Family Development Center.

The drive will start at 9 a.m. and will end at noon. New and expecting mothers are welcome to attend and obtain new and used maternity clothes, baby and toddler clothes, and other baby items for free. The items will be given out on a “first come, first served” basis.

“The Center for Family Formation takes pride in serving the Sacramento community. That is why we are partnering with The Roberts Family Development Center, to provide assistance to women and children in need,” states Attorney Twa’Lea Jordan, managing partner of the Center for Family Formation.

The Roberts Family Development Center is located at 770 Darina Ave., Sacramento, CA 95815.

The Center for Family Formation will collect items at its office during business hours at 716 Alhambra Blvd, Sacramento, CA 95816. Any donation is appreciated. Individuals or organizations interested in making tax-deductible donations can contact the Center for Family Formation at 916-444-3864.

Contact: Twa’Lea A. Jordan, 916-444-3864

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