New Haven PD delivers thousands of diapers and wipes to local organizations

New Haven

The New Haven Police Department helping the community with a generous donation.

A caravan of police cars delivered thousands of diapers and wipes to the Connecticut Diaper Bank in North Haven today.

Officers teamed up with a local sorority to collect diapers all month.

The department gathered more than three thousand diapers and thousands of wipes.

Related: New year, new need: How Connecticut Families can help collect diapers for local babies

New Haven Interim Police Chief Otoniel Reyes said, “Our goal is to improve the quality of life in the communities we serve. We feel today we accomplished that in a small way and we’re so very proud of that.”

Some of the diapers will also go to Christian Community Action in New Haven.

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