Jessica Alba and The Honest Company Donated 1.5 million Diapers in Honor of Mother’s Day.
Baby2Baby is a Los Angeles based nonprofit that helps low-income kids up to the age of 12. The organization provides diapers, clothing and other essentials that no child should go without.
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Jessica Alba, the 37-year-old co-founder of The Honest Company, made a statement on behalf of the nonprofit, “At The Honest Company, we’re devoted to empowering people to live happy, healthy lives. A mother should never have to choose between feeding her children and buying diapers. Baby2Baby helps new mothers so they don’t have to make that impossible decision, and we can’t think of a better charitable partner for The Honest Company.”
The Honest Company’s goal is to allocate Baby2Baby with bundles filled with diapers and other hygienic necessities for over 600 families throughout the year. The Honest Company has also pledged to visit the nonprofit’s headquarters monthly to assist with putting together the kits for the families.
This Mother’s Day was also an extra special one for philanthropist since growing her brood to a family of five. This year marks Jessica Alba’s first year as a mother of three. She and husband Cash Warren welcomed their son Hayes in December.
Jessica posted a picture with her daughter’s Honor, 9, Haven, 6, and baby Hayes to pay tribute to all the mother’s out there for the holiday. She went on to write how the title of mother is “the best and hardest and most heartbreaking thing there is.”
She went on to add, “Your world gets turned completely upside down. Everything you thought you knew about what was important is no longer. And all the things you once took for granted- like sleep, and sitting down to eat an actual meal-become the greatest luxuries. Little people change you.”