On June 5, Baby Buggy threw one of New York City’s biggest family charity events: The 2013 Baby Buggy Bedtime Bash.

Mariska Hargitay and Debra Messing enjoy the rollercoaster at Babby Buggy bash

This year’s family-fun party featured carnival rides, arts and crafts, face painting and other kid-friendly activities and raised $460,000, the largest sum to date.

Jessica and Jerry Seinfeld at Baby Buggy Bedtime Bash sponsored by Johnson&Johnson and Britax/Bob

Among the stars who made an appearance were Jessica and Jerry Seinfeld, Mariska Hargitay, Debra Messing, Michael Phelps, Molly Sims, Bridget Moynahan, Garcelle Beauvais, Nigel Barker, Rachel Roy, Erik Palladino, Jeff Gordon, Ingrid Vandebosch, Missy Rayder, Rebecca Minkoff, Stacey Bendet Eisner, Ali Wentworth, JuJu Chang as well as other Friends, Board members and long-time Baby Buggy supporters.

Molly Sims attends Baby Buggy Bedtime Bash sponsored by Johnson&Johnson and Britax/Bob

Baby Buggy was honored to welcome many fathers and children from Baby Buggy’s grantee sites, The Bronx Fatherhood Program and Fathers First Program in the Rockaways, as VIP guests. The Fathers First Program, which was destroyed by Hurricane Sandy, provides the men enrolled with the counseling and training they need to be strong and stable caregivers. Baby Buggy provides these dads with essential items including diapers and cribs to ensure the health and safety of their children.

Baby Buggy, founded in 2001, is a non-profit organization dedicated to providing families in need with essential equipment, products, clothing, and services for their infants and children up to age 12. With an extensive network of community-based organizations across the country, Baby Buggy has donated over 6 million items to thousands of children.

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