Oasis Featured on Moody Radio's 'Baby Days'
The station will broadcast live from the center on Friday to help gather needed baby care items from community donors.
A local organization is getting some much-needed help from a faith-based radio station this week.
Moody Radio will broadcast live from Oasis: A Pregnancy Care Center on Friday, April 20. The event is part of the station's weeklong effort to help Florida pregnancy resource centers in Florida collect baby-care items to help families that cannot afford them.
From 7 a.m. to 1 p.m. Friday, the station will be on hand to collect items while delivering a live brodcast from Oasis, 3632 Land O’ Lakes Blvd.
Needed items include: strollers, diapers (sizes 3-5), gently used, clean clothing (0-24 mo), changing tables, baby bottles, baby monitors, baby shampoo (oil, wash, powder, cream, etc.), bibs, blankets, car bottle warmer, crib sheets, diaper bags, formula, nasal aspirators, onesies, pacifiers, rattles, sippy cups, socks, spoons, towels, washcloths, and wipes.
Used car seats and toys cannot be accepted.
Oasis also is in great need of volunteers, executive director Peter Castellani said in a previous Patch interview.