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Chelsea's Closet serves as a dedicated space for housing all of our donations, specifically catering to essential items for babies and mothers. This valuable resource is made possible through the support of generous donors and is named in honor of Mrs. Tosha's daughter, Chelsea Logan. Chelsea's own journey began at just 11 months old when she faced a brain tumor. As a teen, Chelsea had a strong desire to give back to her community, inspiring the creation of Chelsea's Closet.

At our monthly Mom 2 Mom Life Academy meetings, Diaper Dash Pop-ups and workshops, moms have the opportunity to shop for baby essentials without any cost. Our aim is to provide an enriching and boutique-like experience during these workshops, ensuring that moms feel valued and empowered throughout their journey.

We are deeply grateful for the support and contributions that make Chelsea's Closet possible, as it serves as a tangible symbol of compassion and support within our community.


Needs & Essential Items List:

  • Reusable Shopping Bags

  • Diapers – especially larger sizes

  • Wipes

  • Formula

  • Maternity Clothes  

  • New and very gently used baby clothes – sized newborn to 24 months

  • New shoes - children and adult 

  • Cribs with fixed sides (no drop-side cribs)

  • Car seats less than 6 years old

  • Household supplies - detergent (laundry and dish), cleaning supplies, mops, paper towels, tissue, utensils, plates, cups, pots, cooking utensils, shower curtains, towels, washcloths, full and twin size comforter and sheet sets, Air Mattresses

  • Baby equipment (Pack and Plays, high chairs, strollers, bouncy seats, potties, etc.)

  • Unfortunately, we cannot accept stuffed animals, toys, large furniture, or breast pumps.

  • Self-care items including make-up 

  • Feminine Hygiene Items 

  • Pregnancy Tests 



Chelsea's Closet is completely funded by gifts from individuals, foundations, and fundraisers.

When you or your company donate, it is creating endless possibilities for young mothers, fathers, and their babies. 

If you’re inclined and have the resources to give a monetary donation please click here

Chelsea's Story

At the tender age of 11 months old, Chelsea suffered a Polycustic Astrytomas Brain Tumor. Tosha was in the prime of her career and in midst of buying a home. Everything came to a halt as she had to realize, God was first, He was in control and despite the heartache, her trial was going to be a testimony.

The tumor was benign. Chelsea had to undergo evasive surgery to remove it. Dr. Timothy Mapstone was the Neurosurgeon whom God used to perform the surgery. He was able to remove the entire tumor. Chelsea continued to have shunts surgically implanted and removed, due to the many infections. One night during their last shunt hospital stay, Tosha called upon her mother to pray a sincere prayer to heal Chelsea from the shunt. The following morning, doctors and staff thought Tosha had removed the drain tube from Chelsea's stomach as there was no fluid draining which was a sign of her ventricles working on their own. 

Today, Chelsea is a walking miracle and our angel on earth. She wanted a way to give back to her community so she decided to partner with her mom and change the vision of House of Empowerment to support moms and their family. Chelsea will graduate in the Spring of 2023 with an Associate's Degree in Psychology and will also enter the Bachelor of Science in Nursing-RN program. She is currently the infant hearing screener at Wellstar and Piedmont. Her future goals include working as an RN in Psychology at Children's Healthcare of Atlanta, where she spent a lot of her childhood.


They give all the glory to God! They give much love and many thanks to Chelsea's brother, PJ who had to endure all of the shiftings at an early age, her nana, Sherron, her aunt, Cynthia and her family, Tosha's work family at the time, Savannah Electric employees and Citizens of Georgia Power and to all other family members and close friends. Your kindness will always be remembered! 


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