I’m sure you are aware by now that New moms and new parents love free baby stuff. And Since Canadianfreetuff.com has been showing you where to find the best free baby stuff and, in the past, has introduced you to several free products such as Similac baby club, free prenatal vitamins, baby wipes, and how to get free newborn diapers, all before the baby arrives.
Formerly baby box Canada: now babybox.org is still offering baby freebies to select parents across Canada. they hook up with brand partners to deliver samples in baby boxes. You will get a baby box university package with select baby gear such as baby oil or other new baby items they have on hand for promoting a baby registry.
Baby Box Canada
New Provinces ADDED to this excellent free program.
Nova Scotia, Prince Edward Island, Newfoundland and Labrador can now get a free baby box! Follow the directions on the linked page to get yours.
The baby Box program is available in Manitoba and Ontario, and Alberta was added to the list.
What is This Baby Box Program, You Might Ask?
This program helps you out a little if you are an expectant parent.
The Baby Box is a box that doubles as a bassinet with supplies for your newborn.
By the end of this year, most parents-to-be across the country will be able to sign up and register for the Baby Box program.
Available while supplies last.
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What’s In The Popular Free Baby Box?
Inside this cardboard box(compliant with Health Canada bassinet regulations so you can use it as a bassinet!), you will find the following items;
a mini mattress, waterproof cover, fitted sheet, diapers, teethers, baby shampoo, and more.
If you are an expectant parent, be sure to sign up for the Baby Box program.
The Finnish government created an incentive grant for new parents who wanted to visit the doctor. This program was first offered in 1935 and expanded during World War II due to its necessity as Finland had some of Europe’s highest infant mortality rates. It came complete with everything from birth certificates to winter clothing kits that included cardboard bassinets.
The Finnish tradition continues today, with 40% choosing cash over baby products. What’s most important is that underlying beliefs remain in providing: infant care education and access to health services; we all have the essential means to thrive–this was a great jumping-off point! Baby Box Canada was formed as not for profit by brands who wanted to bring this box tradition across Canada while initially setting their sights on 5 thousand boxes just like they did back home ( Finland)
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