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CIPF Donates Baby Wipes to Indiana Women’s Prison

In September 2021, CIPF and the Fraternal Order of Police donated 10 pallets of baby wipes to the Officer Breann Leath Memorial Maternal Child Health Unit, part of the Indiana Women’s Prison in Indianapolis. The more than 10,000 packages of baby wipes were delivered to the Indiana Women’s Prison by IMPD Officer Jerry Piland, and retired IMPD Officer and CIPF volunteer Randy Staab with help from Imperial Logistics, LLC Trucking. With this donation, the Officer Breann Leath Memorial Maternal Child Health Unit has met its need for the next year. “We are blown away by the generosity of the Central Indiana Police Foundation and Fraternal Order of Police and cannot thank them enough for this gift that will help so many mothers and babies both here in the unit and throughout the state,” said IDOC Maternal-Child Healthcare Coordinator, Leah Hession. About the donation our Executive Director, Lisa Rollings, said, “We have walked beside the Leath family through the loss of Breann, and when we heard of the Maternal Child Health Unit named in her honor it was a natural response for us to want to support this incredible initiative that upholds her memory and legacy of service.”


CIPF also donated baby wipes to other community organizations like the John P. Craine House Work Release, Mothers on the Rise initiative, homeless shelters, churches, police officers with children, and paroled offenders with children.


The following photos were provided by the Officer Breann Leath Memorial Maternal Child Health Unit:

The Indiana Women’s Prison maintenance staff unloads the pallets of wipes at the facility.


A number of wipes were donated to the John P. Craine House work release in Indianapolis.


Maternal-Child Healthcare Coordinator, Leah Hession, with IMPD Officer Jerry Piland and retired IMPD Officer Randy Staab, hold a “Thank You” sign made by the women of the Leath MCHU.


The mothers of the Leath MCHU nursery helped unload ten pallets of wipes at the Indiana Women’s Prison.

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