How Can You Support Brigid’s Path?

Prayer Intentions

Prayer really works!

Please add Brigid’s Path and our mission to your prayers. We are thankful for the prayerful support we have received thus for and recognize that we will never be able to accomplish our mission without the persistent prayers of our many supporters. THANK YOU!

Monetary Donations

Everyone knows that babies are expensive and these babies are no exception. We would not be able to operate without the generosity of our donors. If you would like to help by donating, please visit our secure Donate page or send a check or money order to:

Brigid’s Path, Inc.
3601 South Dixie Hwy
Kettering, OH 45439

In-Kind Donations

Just as it takes a village to raise a child, it takes a village to restore these babies to health. We are grateful for your in-kind donations.

We are still in need of various items to complete our nurseries, help us care for the babies and general office supplies and equipment.  Clothing items should be new or very gently used only pleased.  Please don’t donate any items that have stains or smell of smoke, our babies are very sensitive to odors.  WE can accept handmade items but please ensure that only washable fibers are used.  Our babies will have very sensitive skin so soft fabrics only and no fringe, buttons or accessory items that could irritate or be a choking hazard.

Those items that we have specific items selected that we would like can be found on our Amazon Baby Registry.  Other items as shown to the right can be of various brands sizes or styles.  Items may be dropped off at Brigid’s Path from Mon. – Fri. 9 am – 4 pm.

We have been blessed with lots of donations recently of baby wipes!  So no need for more wipes currently.


Spread the Word!

Extra! Extra! Read (Speak, Talk, Tweet, Share, Like) All About It!

One of the best ways you can help support Brigid’s Path is to tell your friends, families, neighbors, mailmen, and UPS guys/gals about us. While drug dependency may seem like solely an urban or inner-city problem, the statistics show that this disease knows no bounds. This includes city limits, family names, or age ranges. So please, tell your family about us. Share our Facebook page with your friends. Follow us on Instagram or tweet about us to the Twittersphere. These babies didn’t ask to be born in this condition so we must ask for help on their behalf. Please help us be their voices for help.


We will be in need of volunteers in just about every capacity. As we grow and progress, so will our volunteer needs. We will keep everyone updated on our ever-changing volunteer needs on our Facebook page, Twitter account, and here on our website. If you would like to volunteer visit our Volunteer page.  Please know that we are grateful for the support we have received. Your generosity will make Brigid’s Path the leader in care for these tiny victims of addiction. THANK YOU!


Biggest need items:

  • Individual serving frozen meals for the Family Kitchenette
  • Healthy snack items for the Family Kitchenette
  • K-cup coffee pods and grounds as well as assorted coffee & hot beverage supplies like creamer & sugar
  • 4 x 6 Photo Paper
  • New Dr. Brown’s nipples – in assortment of sizes
  • Paper napkins
  • Paper towels – We can use both rolls and the multi-fold style
  • Bottled water
  • Daily planners
  • AAA and C batteries
  • Diaper ointment
  • Size 2 & 3 diapers
  • Snap style sleepers in light weight fabric, size 3 – 9 months
  • Baby saline nose drops
  • New twin sized sheet sets
  • RTA Bus Passes or Tokens
  • Trash bags – sizes 1.5, 4, 8, 12 & 39 gallon are used throughout the facility.  These are used for diaper pails, office waste baskets etc.  For the larger sizes please get the style with drawstrings.
  • Copy paper

We will also accept donations of the following items.  We have sufficient inventory of the items below, but we will be going through some of these pretty quickly as we care for more babies!

  • Borox laundry powder
  • Unscented dye-free laundry detergent
  • New baby bottle brushes
  • Non-latex, powder free gloves – all sizes, medium is the most used
  • New unopened baby bottles – Dr. Brown’s 4 oz is the most frequently used
  • Sanitary napkins
  • Diapers – Sizes Newborn through 3 only
  • Boys and girls cotton sleepers (newborn through 9 months) – styles with snaps only, no zippers
  • Baby blankets – muslin swaddle blankets
  • Baby grooming sets
  • Disinfectant wipes
  • Liquid hand soap refill
  • Hand sanitizer – Any size pump style, or refill bottles
  • Toilet paper
  • Facial tissue