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'No Shoot Zone' and community team up to collect donations for toddlers shot in Southwest Baltimore

Posted at 6:28 PM, May 10, 2019
and last updated 2019-05-14 09:24:25-04

BALTIMORE — 'No Shoot Zone' and members of the community are teaming up to collect donations for the 1 year old and 2 year old that were shot in Southwest Baltimore on May 3.

They are rallying to ask for the community's help with diapers, clothes, cards, balloons, toys or monetary donations to assist in the recovery of the children shot.

According to the 'No Shoot Zone's' Facebook page, 2-year-old Chase is in ICU and has a feeding tube after a gunshot wound to his stomach. The 1 year old is also in the hospital after he was shot in the legs.

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The organization held a press conference on Friday evening in an effort to bring residents together after the recent violent spree in the city.

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If you would like to donate, the drop off location is on the corner of Monroe and Ramsey Street starting at 5 p.m. on Friday May 10. Here are the list of items needed below:

  • Size 2T in clothes
  • Size 7C in shoes
  • Diapers size 3
  • Pull ups size 4-5
  • Toddler socks, pants, and shirts

You can also donate toys, cards or gift cards. All funds donated will go towards the family for the purchase of items needed to support the children.