Community Infant Program (CIP)


A program of Boulder County Public Health, the Community Infant Program (CIP) works with high-risk families to promote healthy attachments between parents and infants.


CIP services focus on positive parenting, healthy nutrition and feeding practices, and creating family support systems. Services are provided for a limited number of high-need families with children from birth to three years of age.


We are a collection site for disposable diapers, food & formula, clothes, gear, baby furniture, and strollers.


The congregation also provides a Thanksgiving Food Box collection for CIP clients each year.  As many as 120 complete Thanksgiving food boxes are typically provided to CIP clients each year.


Current Needs:

We always have a need for disposable diapers for these families with young children. Current need is for sizes 1 and 2 especially, but any size is welcome.

THANK YOU for contributing to our Community Infant Program.

100% of your donations are used to support our year-round ministry which supplies diapers and wipes, infant and toddler clothing, gift cards, and other supplies for the families who participate in the CIP Program.