Renovations on the future home of The Buggy Bunch in the heart of Downtown Vero Beach will begin soon with an opening targeted for fall 2018.
Parents bring their children to play time designed to teach preschoolers to
be comfortable interacting with others.
hood in common, dropping their junk at the door and just
loving each other,” Sartain said earnestly.
WHY IT MAKES COUNTY A BETTER PLACE
Having an organization that helps mothers of all kinds to
manage their family·s Ànances, lifestyle, healthfulness, and
community connection is a beneÀt to any town. Buggy Bunch
goes further by also putting its money to good use.
“They are a great addition to our community by investing
in improvement opportunities at our city parks and playgrounds,
µ 9ero Beach &ity 0anager -im 2·&onnor said.
What Buggy Bunch does:
'onates 1, diapers not covered by W,& or 61A3 to
moms through its 'iaper &loset.
2Ϳers classes in Ànance, parenting and cooking healthy
meals on a budget.
• Teaches children through creative play.
• Funds shade tarps over playground areas in local parks.
2Ϳers Bible studies for moms.
Accepts and loves teen mothers.
• Refers families to charitable partners.
&onnects couples on date nights and nurtures relationships.
What Buggy Bunch doesn·t do is duplicate services oͿered
by other agencies.
´,f someone else is doing it, we do not do it. That·s what
is best for families and for donor funds. Why invest funds in
programs that already exist?” Sartain explained.
6artain summed up The Buggy Bunch philosophy this
way, ´There are real needs in our community, and families
are hurting. +ere they can Ànd a place where they can rest
where they feel comfortable where they know they are no
diͿerent than the person they are sitting net to, and where it
is 2. to say, ¶, need help.· Because all of us need some help.µ