FORMER BASEBALL PLAYER DONATES DIAPERS TO FAMILIES IN NEED
David Ross had a great career as a Major League Baseball player, topped off by being the catcher during the 2016 season when the Chicago Cubs won the World Series.
He's retired now, but returned to Chicago to raise awareness about the needs of poor families in the city and around the country -- and also to deliver thousands of diapers to those less fortunate.
David teamed up with Walgreens and Huggies to get the word out and to get diapers and wipes into the hands of those in need. Because of David’s work -- and the help of the Chicago charity group Cradles to Crayons -- 250,000 diapers are now available to help families who otherwise would have trouble keeping their babies clean and dry. (Chicago Parent)