Many babies born at SkyRidge Medical Center will have a safe and comfortable ride home from the hospital thanks to the Junior Auxiliary of Cleveland. The Women’s Services department at SkyRidge Medical Center received 25 new infant car seats for the newborn nursery from Junior Auxiliary of Cleveland. These car seats will be given to infants’ families who may struggle to afford a car seat required to transport their child home from the hospital. The families receiving this donation can be assured that their child is in an appropriate, approved car seat that complies with state regulations. As part of a national nonprofit organization, the Junior Auxiliary of Cleveland represents a serious endeavor on the part of volunteer women to be active and constructive community participants. Junior Auxiliary and its members render charitable services which are beneficial to the general public, with a particular emphasis on children. There are currently 50 active members in the Cleveland chapter. From left are Jeanette Fetter, chief quality officer SkyRidge Medical Center; Elisa Bishop, director of Women Services, SkyRidge Medical Center; Cindi Richardson, Junior Auxiliary; Yvonne Newman, Junior Auxiliary; Bernadette DePrez, chief nursing officer/chief operating officer, SkyRidge Medical Center; and Coleman Foss, chief executive officer, SkyRidge Medical Center.