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Flip that Car Seat with WestSide Baby’s Re-Ride Program

Looking for a place to unload your child's outgrown or outdated car seat? WestSide Baby's Re-Ride program can help you clean both your garage and your conscience.

Each reusable seat brought in is inspected for safety, sorted and then allocated to partnering social service agencies for distribution. With the hefty price tag of car seats, this program helps meet a critical transportation requirement for families in need.

Is your seat too old, too full of cereal, or both? If WestSide Baby can't reuse your seat, they'll recycle it. Their suggested donation of $5 to help cover recycling program costs is well worth it. To learn more, visit www.westsidebaby.org.

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