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Published on Sep 7, 2009
After one of the worst natural disasters struck the United States, Lisa Klein of Oakland, Calif., put two and two together and created LovedTwice.org.
The mother of two neatly packs baby booties, bibs and books in boutique style boxes labeled "Baby Boy" and "Baby Girl" every month with her two kids. But the cardboard boxes aren't for her children. For the past two years, Lisa has packed more than 20,000 pounds of kids clothes for underprivileged newborns, through her non-profit LovedTwice.org, kids that would otherwise leave the hospital without the baby basics.
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