Every single one of us has the power to make an impact.

At Mindr, we believe every person is a changemaker. And Audrey Symes is an inspiring example. As a stay-at-home mom, Audrey found out that when families can't afford diapers, this unleashes all sorts of problems - from diaper rash through to flow-on impacts on childcare and the parents' work. So she decided to do something about it, one spare diaper at a time.

Join us at Bluestone Lane to hear Audrey's story of becoming an accidental advocate, from gathering spare diapers at her local playgroup, to collecting 25,000 diapers with her daughter and their trusty stroller, all the way to pressing for legislation to support diaper need relief at the local and federal levels. And learn how you too can make a major impact on the world around you from exactly where you are today.

There will be introductory remarks by the National Diaper Bank Network and Moms Helping Moms Foundation, who are doing critical work in this space.

Because we know every advocate needs fuel, the first 10 people to register for the event will get a free week of drip coffee at Bluestone Lane Hoboken! Plus, there'll be sweet treats and cold brew for all on the day, curated play for the littles by Skip & Play, and one lucky attendee will take home a bespoke bracelet by the mama-entrepreneurs at EatMetal Inc., stamped with the initials of whomever inspires you the most ($85 value).

Monday, July 30th, 4pm

Bluestone Lane (409 Washington St, Hoboken)

Bring your leftover diapers!