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Diaper need is the lack of a sufficient supply of diapers to keep a baby or toddler clean, dry, and healthy.
— National Diaper Bank Network

WHY DIAPERS MATTER

  • 47% of children age 0-3 live in low-income families

  • Government programs like WIC and Bridge Cards do not allow their resources to be used for diapers, adult incontinence products or feminine hygiene products.

  • We are supplying products that cater to basic human needs

  • Every person deserves dignity and the opportunity of independence

  • Students miss school due to lack of feminine hygiene products

  • Adults are homebound without proper coverage

  • Daycare providers insist on a supply of diapers for each child in their care

  • Without diapers, parents cannot work or attend school preventing them from a future of financial independence

  • The cycle of poverty continues

A HEALTHY SUPPLY OF DIAPERS FOR ONE CHILD COSTS ROUGHLY $75.00 PER MONTH. 

PARENTS MUST CHOOSE BETWEEN PURCHASING FOOD, PAYING BILLS, OR BUYING DIAPERS FOR THEIR CHILD.

We focus on distributing our products to collaborative partnering agencies who qualify recipients making sure we are helping those in need. These agencies also offer other courses and support to help lead the way to a more secure future, parenting classes, education and independence.

A healthy supply of diapers for one child costS roughly $75.00 per month. parents must choose between purchasing food, paying bills, or buying diapers for their child.

Many parents are forced to leave their children in soiled diapers much longer than is healthy. This can lead to painful diaper rash and even urinary tract infections.