DPD teams up with Cranbrook, Notre Dame high schools for diaper drive

- Moms and Dads know diapers can set you back during those early years - but not everyone has the means to get them.

The Detroit Police Department has partneed with Cranbrook and Notre Dame High School students for an initiative called Diapers for the D.

Last year, they collected 40,000 diapers and distrubted them to parents in need and hope to double that number this year.

Joining FOX 2 with more information is Detroit Police Sgt. Kirk Kelsey, chief's neighborhood liasion, and Natasha Vasan, a senior at Cranbrook Kingswood Upper School.

Click here to learn more information about the drive.

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