Shortly after moving to Clinton, Beth and her wife Pam drove past a church where an endless line of people waited outside at a food drive. Soon after, they started to help by handing out pizza to assuage everyone’s wait. One evening, a mom asked Beth where she could get diapers; thus, Bare Necessities Inc. was conceived, a diaper bank partnering with other nonprofits along the shoreline. Beth says the most surprising part of this work is how amazing the community is. She recalls how parents bring back diapers their babies have outgrown, so they can help that next family behind them. While growing up, Beth’s grandparents owned a camp for children with special needs, so she has always been around the ethos of giving back.