Kristen Bell Donates $91,500 Worth of Baby Supplies to Families in Need

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Kristen Bell looks ready to pop on set in L.A. (Pacific Coast news)
Kristen Bell looks ready to pop on set in L.A. (Pacific Coast news)

Kristen Bell may be very pregnant, but that has made her priorities even more clear. The Frozen star has

donated $91,500 worth of Bravado nursing bras and Medela breast pumps to mothers in need.

"I understand the importance of having the essential tools necessary to provide for a newborn. Greater still, I am aware of the immeasurable value of having support systems in place to ensure success on this journey of motherhood," Bell told ABC News. "Anything I can offer in support and care to new moms in need remains a huge priority to me."

Bell's donation directly supports Baby Buggy, a non-profit organization dedicated to providing families in need across the country with essential equipment, products, clothing, and educational services for children aged newborn up to 14 years old.

A shower was thrown in Kristen's honor on Tuesday in L.A., where 40 guests were sized for the products while enjoying an afternoon of bonding with other expectant mothers.

"It's overwhelming to have such amazing support," guest Alicia Mora said. "For me, it's exciting to see everybody pregnant and all of the mothers sharing in this experience together. It's pretty good! I'm really happy."

Unfortunately, the 34-year-old actress was unable to attend as she was photographed working on her show House of Lies yesterday. Kristen's due date is also imminent.

This will be the second child for Bell and her husband, Dax Shepard, 39. They are already parents to a 1-year-old daughter named Lincoln.