A Baby Center
an agency of the

A Baby Center
Helping babies get a
great start in life!


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Visit our other sites: Christ the King Food Pantry, Mashpee,Wed.10-12 and Monomoy Community Ctr, Chatham: Fri. 10-1.


We are delighted to announce that Day Time Emmy winner and Presidential Award winner Dr. T. Berry Brazelton will be at A Baby Center to answer your questions about infant and child development.

Wednesday, August 3, 2016

You will enjoy his considerable knowledge and wit!
Please register: 508-771-8157



Ready or not, our 2016 Baby Center Christmas Cards are now on sale! Proceeds go to support the mission of A Baby Center by providing for free baby essentials such as diapers, wipes, formula, gently used items like clothing, safe equipment, and accessories! Click the card to read the inside message & to buy some !

New! Bed time stories for moms and babies on Monday nights from
5:30-6:30 !
A huge thank you to Cardi's Furniture for
our new couch, loveseat, chair and ottoman! 

Read about our new calendar! “The Heroes for Babies” 2017 calendar, in the CC Times!

Special need now for bathing suits
of all sizes and summer weight jammies.

Size 5 diapers are urgently needed, too!


A Baby Center’s mission is to aid children in need who live on Cape Cod and the Islands by supplementing critical basic needs to ensure good health and safety. These services are provided without regard for religious preference, or lack thereof. Your donation is tax-deductible to the extent allowed by the IRS. A Baby Center is one of the many ways that the Cape Cod Council of Churches helps support the people of Cape Cod and the Islands.

Meaghan Foley, Assistant Program Manager  (left)
Robin Hayward, A Baby Center Director (right)

Please donate...
Your donation to A Baby Center helps us help more babies. Thank you from the babies of Cape Cod
and all of us who help them at A Baby Center!


$25 buys 1 case of diapers and 1 pkg of wipes

$30 buys a packable changing pad and case

$50 buys 1 case of wipes and 1 pkg of diapers

$50 buys diaper and wipes for 1 week for 1 baby

$100 buys 5 cases of wipes

$225 buys a double stroller for twins (popular request)

$250 buys 2 Pack and Play (play pen)

$380 buys a single stroller with infant seat

$500 Buys 10 baby girl layette sets and 10 baby boy layette sets to bring new baby home in

$800 buys diaper and wipes for a week at A Baby Center

$3500 would buy diapers and wipes for A Baby Center for a month

Your gift of $50,000 would buy diapers and wipes for the year and and 10 strollers for A Baby Center

A Baby Center (ABC) provides at no charge, every 30 days, critical basic items like diapers and clothing for infants and toddlers up to the age of three who live on Cape Cod and the Islands; and whose families meet income guidelines as identified by the federal WIC (Women, Infants & Children) program. CRITICAL NEED NOW for large diapers & baby wipes!

Monday; 10-2 & 5p.m.-7p.m.
Tuesday; 10 a.m.-2 p.m.
Wednesday; 10 a.m.-2 p.m.
Thursday; 10 a.m.- 12 p.m

Phone: 508-771-8157   
Fax: 508-775-5077

A Baby Center
81 Willow Ave. (see map)
(behind the Federated Church)
Hyannis, MA 02601
320 Main St.
Hyannis, MA 02601
E-mail: ABabyCenterCapeCod@gmail.com

Download our Brochure.


CC Military, Veteran and Family Collaborative: Family Support,Jobs,Housing, Education & Health

CAR SEAT GRANT from MA Highway Safety ask how we can help you get a safe car seat.
www.TeachTheChildrenWell.com -a list of over 14,000 educational sites carefully chosen for younger children by a teacher.Try the "Early Learning" section for younger kids!
www.carseat.org - site for carseat information.
CapeKidsCarSeats - learn more & donate to help.
Cape Cod Child Development - the largest provider of quality childcare, early education, developmental intervention and family support services on Cape Cod.
Mass Resources - an online resource for Massachusetts residents in need of basic services.