Community Support

The BABE Store depends on community support. Donating new or gently used baby clothing (up to size 6), baby supplies and essentials, including maternity clothes are critical for meeting the needs of Hamilton County residents. Items can be easily donated through Good Samaritan Network of Hamilton County. Donation receipts are available for all donations.
Monetary donations help purchase non-donated items required for the store and will allow us to meet the needs of Hamilton County residents more readily and expand the scope of our operations.


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Waiver Statement

Use of BABE Store coupons indicates that you agree, the BABE Store, its supporters and sponsors, participating agencies and staff, including Good Samaritan Network of Hamilton County, will not be held responsible for product or other liability issues with regard to item(s) redeemed in the use of BABE Store coupons. 

BABE Store Data Collection


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Store Location:

BABE Store

942 N. Tenth Street

Noblesville, IN 46060

Monday – 10:30am-6:30pm
Wednesday – 10:30am-6:30pm
Friday – 8:00am-12’pm

(Closed All Holidays | Subject to holiday and emergency schedule changes.) 

BABE Store 

Good Samaritan Network Fiscal Sponsor



The BABE Store provides tangible incentives that encourage families to nurture and improve the health and well-being of their family.


The BABE Store is a community-based incentive program overseen by Good Samaritan Network of Hamilton County that provides new and gently used essential clothing and supplies to pregnant women and parents of young children (up to size 6). The program operates a store concept where families can exchange coupons for items needed. Coupons are obtained from various participating health care and social service agencies and providers.



What does the BABE Store provide? 

Various items like: clothing, toys, bottles, hygiene supplies, diapers, bedding, wipes, etc., are available for babies and young children (up to size 6). Only valid BABE Store coupons are used for item selection(s).
Although some items may not always be readily available/in stock, new and gently used items will be restocked as quickly as possible. Items are distributed on a first-come-first-served basis. 

What are BABE Store coupons?

Official BABE Store coupons are used to “buy” or “exchange” for various item(s) you want to select at the BABE Store. Save your coupons until you have collected the number you feel you may need.  
Coupons are non-transferable. Only the client whose name appears on the coupon may redeem it with photo identification. Coupons expire 12 months from the date of service listed on the coupon. 
Coupons must be filled out completely on the front by the appropriate participating agency. Coupons must be signed and stamped with the date of service completed by the agency or they will be considered invalid and will not be accepted.
BABE Store managers/staff reserve the right to limit the number of items purchased based on inventory. 

Where do I earn coupons for the BABE Store?

Listed participating agencies of the BABE Store will provide opportunities for earning coupons, based on their specific services. Coupon(s) can then be redeemed for various BABE Store item selection. See current listing of participating agencies. 

Who can shop at the BABE Store?

Parents of young children who have earned coupons at various participating agencies of the BABE Store may shop for needed items during regular store hours. 

BABE Store Related Agencies

●    Indiana Health Centers, Inc. (WIC)
●    Purdue Extension Services – Family Nutrition Program



Parents are actively encouraged to utilize maternal, child and social services in Hamilton County, such as: prenatal appointments, parenting class attendance, child immunizations and a number of other activities that improve family health and child development. 
As a result of the BABE Store program, more parents are completing parenting and/or nutrition classes, working toward their GED, attending breastfeeding support groups and establishing goals with a self-sufficiency outcome while achieving personal dignity and increased self-esteem. With these incentives, parents are also more likely to participate in other programs that improve the overall health and well-being of their entire family.