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Community Baby Pantries

The Sanilac County Baby Pantry was established in 1999 to assist Sanilac County families with basic goods and resources needed to raise healthy, and safe children. The Pantry is FREE for all Sanilac County residents where we provide gently used (and new) infant and children’s clothing from newborn to size 6. Most items are donations from generous individuals and groups who want to invest in Sanilac County’s youngest citizens. Each pantry day, shoppers can choose children’s clothing, receive basic needs (diapers & wipes), receive information on local programs and services and meet with awesome volunteers who read to and rock babies; all while sharing information and support for all our visitors. The Pantry is a program of the Sanilac County Child Abuse and Prevention Council. Visitors and volunteers are always welcome.

All Sanilac County residents who live with, love, or care for young children are welcome to shop with us! If your friends, church, club, or organization are looking for an opportunity to reach out to assist our Sanilac County neighbors and friends, please contact us!!!! We’d love to hear from you. Donations of gently used children’s clothes, maternity clothes, books, and cash are always needed. 100% of donations are used to replenish our inventory of goods and provide services for families.

Sandusky Baby Pantry

"Open" Sign

the 2nd and 4th MONDAY
of the month.

Hosted at:

Maple Valley School

138 Maple Valley St 

Sandusky, MI 48471​

Contact Information:


Calls will be answered from

8:00am to 4:00pm

Monday – Friday

Leave a message and it will be returned at our earliest convenience



DONATIONS GUIDELINES: Most donations are accepted except for car seats and breast pumps.

*Donations are welcome to be delivered to the pantry during pantry hours and the Sanilac County Child Advocacy Center during business hours. Please call ahead of time if you plan on donating items to ensure a staff/volunteer is available.


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