Grow, Gives Back
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Grow, Gives Back
Grow Eco Baby is committed to giving back to our community. Grow is an official donation spot for The Will Campagna Children’s Charity! Come donate your used children, baby, toddler, teen and family items! You can also donate funds to WCCC by sending it to firstname.lastname@example.org with “WCCC” in the notes OR mail a check to:
Grow Eco Baby at 502 E. Chatham St. Cary, NC 27511
The Will campagna childrens charity
I (Maria Campagna, owner of Grow) will be the Triangle WCCC Director of Operations and will manage the donations at Grow Eco Baby!
My dad (Tony Campagna) started this Charity in my grandfather's name to help fund children and families in-need! We sponsor families by providing them with items for the entire family. Read below for more info:
What does this mean?
It means that Grow Eco Baby will be an official donation drop spot for ANY children's items that you would like to DONATE.
What will Grow do with the donated items?
Grow will either: Sponsor a parent or family in-need that can use the items
Grow will attempt to sell the items and the funds will be donated to the WCCC (apart from Grow's profit)
How can someone become sponsored to receive items?
If you or someone you know would like to be sponsored with children's items, then please email email@example.com and ask for the WCCC Application to be Sponsored.
Thank you for supporting Grow, we cant wait to start providing families with gently used children and baby items! We can't wait to GIVE BACK to the community starting TODAY!
Items we will accept:
ANYTHING BABY, TODDLER, TEEN or FAMILY related!!
Good- Excellent used condition perferred!
This Charity was started by my father Tony Campagna in his father’s name: Wilbert Vincenzo Campagna. My family is of Italian descent and Will’s father, Carlo, arrived on Ellis Island in 1917. His family worked in the coal mines in Pennsylvania.
Will (aka my Pop) was born on June 27, 1932. He served in the United States Army during the Korean War and played football at Catawba College. He met and married Bette Rae Holshouser on August 9, 1958. My grandpa served in the North Carolina Education system for 36 years teaching biology, physical education, and weightlifting. He also coached football for 34 years, basketball for 10 years, baseball, track, and golf.
Bette took a leave of absence from the North Carolina Education system, after dedicating 25 years to teaching English and French, to raise their four sons (one is my dad, Tony). They have almost 65 years of combined experience and service preparing children to become leaders in our community!
I am proud that my dad and I are continuing to help children with The WCCC organization based out of Mooresville and Cary, North Carolina.