If you are a mom to be or recently gave birth you will be extremely happy to read this. PhillyMag.com recently shared the news that many parents will be able to get a free Pack n’ Play crib for your baby. Yes, you read that correctly, FREE. The Department of Public Health is trying to help out some Philadelphia parents.

According to Philly Mag, there is one restriction to getting the free Pack n’ Play crib for your baby. That restriction is, your baby must still be in mommy's belly and mommy to be must be at least 30 weeks pregnant. If you are saying, “Well, I guess I can't do it because my baby is already born,”  don't count yourself out yet. Even if your baby is already born you still have a chance. In order to qualify for the Pack n’ Play crib your baby can't be older than one year.

We learned from Philly Mag that your income will NOT play a part in this giveaway. So if that was your next concern don't worry you can still go for it and try to get the new Pack n’ Play crib for your baby.

PhillyMag.com also mentioned that the reason the Department of Public Health is trying to help out some parents is to prevent any sleep-related deaths with infants.

With everything going on, are you the type of person that wants all deliveries to be no-contact deliveries? Good news for you. Indego bike-sharing program, based out of Philly, has teamed up with the Department of Public Health to deliver the Pack n’ Play crib to all parents that reside in the City of Brotherly Love, contact-free of course.

Make sure to visit Phila.gov to enter for the free Pack n' Play crib.