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The Washington Post talks to The Napkin Network

U.S. baby formula shortage leaves parents scrambling.

Lindsay Gill, 37, who started the Napkin Network during the pandemic, collects diapers, baby wipes and other supplies and distributes them to parents in need through nonprofits and other groups.

As the formula shortage has set in, Gill not only shifted her nonprofit operation toward sourcing formula but had to look for it herself.

"I don't have formula for my own baby," she said.

Gill recently put out word on social media that she's collecting formula for families in need.

"Just yesterday, someone from Stafford, Virginia, sent me six cans," she said. "Today they have all been claimed."


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