There are several different organizations around the country that distribute free diapers to needy and low income families. Many of these groups are charities or churches, with some government programs also assisting. There are programs for single mothers, teenage moms, and families living in poverty. Anyone that needs free or low cost diapers, and that meets qualifications, may apply.
The charity type agencies receive donations of diapers (or the money to pay for them) from local businesses, civic groups, community businesses, schools and faith-based organizations. Free samples can also be provided to some clients. The goal is to help ensure children and their parents have diapers, wipes, and other personal cleaning supplies to ensure that the child is healthy. Find a listing of resources by state below.
Some manufacturers, such as Huggies and Pampers, may also provide free diaper through programs such as Every Little Bottom. They may provide disposables or cloth trial services for newborns as well as other baby supplies. They can also give samples to people who sign up, or they may provide entire boxes of diapers.
Other help may also be arranged. Some manufacturers issue coupons that parents can use to shop, or they give vouchers to pay for the diapers. The national companies may also coordinate fund raisers and partner with other regional businesses to help low income parents. Or they may provide surplus items to the diaper banks and non-profits that are listed below.
Find information on which charities to contact for assistance, how to apply, and who to call for free diapers. The supply is always limited and many of these sites are open limited hours. If an organization is not near you, then contact a location in a nearby state for referrals to a free baby program for your baby or newborn.
Cuddle Me Program/Partnership for America is a non-profit that operates in numerous states. The organization helps the less fortunate and low income in DE, MD, FL, ME, NJ, NY, PA, VA, and TN. They may have diapers for babies, cloth, older children, and other baby supplies. Call (856)383-4040.
A nationwide network of clothing closets can be used. While some of them sell low cost goods, others will provide the essentials that a new, low income parent needs at no cost to them. Some struggling families may be given help for a newborn, or free diapers may be offered in an emergency. They also provide referrals. Find sources of free clothes and household items.
Families in the military, foster kids, and special needs infants can apply for free diapers from the Rebecca Foundation's Cloth Diaper Closet. They have clothe diapers, deliver items to regions not supported by a “chapter”, and will even loan out free diapers as well to qualified low income parents. www.clothforall.com
Magnolia Church of Christ Benevolence, 2650 Vulcan Ave., Florence, Alabama 3563. Dial (256)766-3902
Service Center of Catholic Social Services, main address 555 Dauphin Street, Mobile Alabama 36602, main phone 215-431-1511. In addition to free diapers, other government funded social services may be provided. This can include cribs for a thrift store, free formula, and applications for the WIC Special Supplemental Nutrition Program for Women, Infants, and Children program.
HeartReach Center Inc., 924 N Leatherleaf Loop, Wasilla Alaska 99654. The main number for the non-profit organization is 907-373-3456.
PATHway Family Center is based at 639 W. International Airport Rd., #16 in Anchorage Alaska 99518. Telephone 907-770-5007.
Baby Diaper Drive, 5402 W. Roosevelt Street, #104, Phoenix Arizona 85383, 623-445-0055. Provides assistance to all of Maricopa County. They have free samples of single moms and others in a crisis.
Millions of free diapers are distributed across the state, primarily to families in southern Arizona, from the Diaper Bank of Southern Arizona. They are located in Tucson and can be reached at (520) 325-1400.
The organization is the nation’s first diaper bank and is located in Pima County. They receive donations from fund raiser drives and local businesses. In addition to helping families with offering cloth or disposable diapers, they also want to point them in the right direction so they can become self-sufficient over the long term.
Diaper Bank of Southern Arizona, 4500 E. Speedway #75, Tucson, Arizona 85712. Call the non-profit at (520) 325-1400 for information on how to apply.
Arkansas Diaper Depot, location is 3801 West 65th Street, Little Rock, Arkansas 72209, phone (501) 565-8855. the site may have Pamper for new moms, baby wipes, and more.
Baby Basics of North East Arkansas, address 220 N. Williams, Monette, Arkansas 72477, (870) 930-0040
Eureka Kids can provide diapers, information on child and health care, and other services to the working poor and low income. 842 Mundell, Eureka Springs Arkansas 72631, 479-981-0462.
Baby Basics of the Peninsula, 405 El Camino Real, #238, Menlo Park California 94025. Telephone number to apply at is 650-714-3059.
Bags4kids, 10701 Applewood Drive California City, California 93505, (760) 373-7632
California Emergency Foodlink, 5800 Foodlink Street, Sacramento California 95828. Low income families can get referrals to diaper programs, food banks for soap, and more. Phone: (916) 387-9000.
Clear Charity – The organization is located in Orange County California and they currently provide subsidized (50% off of wholesale price) diapers. They are also working towards providing diapers at no cost to families in need, and that program may start soon. www.CloseTheDiaperGap.org
Help A Mother Out, P.O. Box 410821, San Francisco, California 94141, (415) 938-MOMS. Supports moms and infants in nearby regions as well, including Alameda County and Oakland California.
LA Diaper Drive provides free diapers to families in southern California and the greater Los Angeles area. The organization also encourages people to get the support they need to become self-sufficient, such as GED classes, job training, and career counseling. email@example.com
LA Diaper Drive is based at Baby Buggy, 4505 W. Jefferson Blvd., Suite 105, Los Angeles, California 90016. The phone number is (310) 439-5464. The non-profit helps hundreds of children, babies, and low income parents. Immigrants may also get help. Sign up to receive free baby diapers, formula, guidance, and other support may be provided. The non-profits email address is firstname.lastname@example.org.
Lighthouse Counseling & Family Resource Center, 427 'A' Street #400, Lincoln, California 95648. Main number is (916) 645-3300.
Los Angeles - There are several other charities that may offer free baby items, such as diapers and more. Some non-profits may even have cribs, gently used or new clothing, food/formula and supplies for new mothers. More on free diapers in Los Angeles.
Mendocino Diaper Depot, 780 S. Dora, Ukiah California 95482. Phone - 707-467-2010, x.113.
Nevada County Diaper Project, 13948 Hemlock Dr., Penn Valley, California 95946, (530) 432-1974
Operation Showers of Appreciation, 2303 Canyon Vista Drive, Fallbrook, California 92028
Sacramento Food Bank & Family Services, 3333 Third Avenue, Sacramento California 95817, 916-456-1980. Some additional baby clothing may be sold at a reduced price. Please donate to the center if you can. They also have cloth diapers.
San Francisco, San Jose, and Bay area California - The goal of the Bay Area Diaper Bank is to distribute free diapers to agencies throughout northern California that serve mothers and children in need. Thousands of families take advantage of the assistance program every month. The agency is San Jose California based.
Los Angeles and San Francisco California - Call Help a Mother Out. This assistance program covers much of California. They provide free diapers to over 20 non-profit agencies that are located in San Francisco, Contra Costa County, Alameda, Solano and San Mateo counties.
St. Margaret's Center/Catholic Charities of LA, 10217 Inglewood Avenue, Lennox California 90304, 310-672-2208
Tender Hands Safe Haven, location of the center is 55 E. Jamestown St, Stockton, California 95207. Dial (209) 992-4282.
Diaper Bank of the Rockies, 2463 Ashland Lane, Fort Collins, Colorado 80524. The non-profit support low income and new parents in Denver. Call (970) 412-2046 for assistance in buying diapers.
Food Bank of the Rockies has a main office at 10700 E. 45th Ave., Denver, Colorado 80239. Call (303) 371-9250. They may also have formula, food boxes for pregnant women, and more. This is all in addition to disposable diapers. They also work with local churches and charities.
Haven's Hope, Acts 4 Community Outreach Services, address: 900 Jefferson Co. Pkwy., Golden Colorado 80401. Main phone - 303-946-7342.
IHSP Diaper Bank, 53 Grove St., Putnam, Connecticut 06320. Phone 860-928-0169.
Second Congregational Church Diaper Bank, 800 Main Street, Winsted Connecticut 06098, 860-379-4766
The Diaper Bank receives donations from local businesses and from charity run diaper drives. They can proceed to offer free diapers to poor and low income families through existing local charities and service providers in Connecticut. The agency works with daycare centers, local food pantries, soup kitchens, community action agencies, social service agencies and local shelters. New Haven Connecticut. Call (203) 934-7009
The Diaper Bank, P.O. Box 9017, New Haven, Connecticut 06532, (203) 934-7009. Assistance is available across all of New Haven County.
Catholic Charities Bayard House, 300 Bayard Avenue, Wilmington Delaware 19805. The center supports the entire state. Phone (302) 654-1184.
Baby Basics of Collier County, Inc., 8570 Danbury Blvd. #103, Naples, Florida 34120. Call (239)352-4310
Blessed Bottoms, 5668 Fishhawk Crossing Blvd., #32, Lithia, Florida, (813) 453-7610
Destiny Diaper Bank covers the entire southwest Florida area. The non-profit almost 700,000 diapers a year to the low income and needy. They may also provide free samples or coupons to buy them. They have five sites throughout southwest Florida that they distribute diapers from, and also partner with local social service agencies. The group is run by volunteers. Cape Coral, Florida. Call (239)-549-2130.
STOP Hunger, INC. of Miami, Florida 33261 partners with other non-profits on a diaper distribution program for needy families, including single parents or the homeless that meet income limits. The main number is (305) 891-8811.
First Coast Women's Services. The mailing address is 11215 San Jose Boulevard, Jacksonville, Florida 32223. The non-profit supports lower income women in Duval County. Diapers, referrals, and other aid is provided to those that qualify. Call (904) 262-6300, or try another non-profit known as Emergency Pregnancy Services at (904) 308-7510.
Junior League of Boca Raton Diaper Bank is based at 261 NW 13th Street, Boca Raton, Florida 33432. Many volunteers and other support the less fortunate with basic needs such as diapers, housing, and more.
St. Margaret Mary Catholic Church, 526 N. Park Ave., Winter Park, Florida 32789. Diapers are available in Orange County Florida, including Orlando.
St. Matthew House - Has referrals as well as baby basics, such as wipes or diapers. The non-profit is in Bonita Springs Florida, phone (239) 774-0500.
Treasure Coast Food Bank, main address is 3051 Industrial 25th Street, Fort Pierce Florida 34946, 772-489-3034
The Atlanta Community Food Bank provides free diapers in partnership with local charities and national businesses such as Pampers and Huggies Every Little Bottom Program assistance. Many of the cloth or disposable diapers distributed are available to low income because the box may have been damaged by the retailer, but the products themselves are in great condition. Some may refer to them as salvaged. Atlanta Georgia (404) 892-3333.
Atlanta Diaper Relief, main address is 8491 Hospital Drive Suite 241 Douglasville, Georgia 30134. Telephone (770) 310-0046.
Family Restoration Outreach Ministry, 1827 Carrolton Villa Rica Hwy., Villa Rica, GA Georgia 30180, (678) 939-7192
The Diaper Bank of Greater Atlanta, 2774 North Cobb Pkwy. Ste. 109-353, Kennesaw, Georgia 30152, phone (404) 910-3242. Both Fulton County low income families and residents of metro Atlanta can receive assistance in the form of free diapers, baby wipes, referrals, and meals.
Between Friends Food Pantry of Sugar Grove, 51 Wheeler Road, Sugar Grove Illinois 60554, call 630-466-0345
Bundle of Joy Diaper Bank, 1757 N. Cleveland Avenue, Chicago, Illinois. The poor, unemployed, and other low income families from the city and Cook County receive help from the non-profit. A free diaper program can help the working poor in Chicago as well as single mothers.
Bundled Blessings Diaper Pantry, 516 Church Street, Evanston Illinois 60201, call 847-864-6181
Diaper Bank of Southern Illinois, 310 S. University Avenue, Carbondale, Illinois, telephone (618) 549-2148
Diaper Bank Partnership of Lake County, Box 535, Wauconda Illinois 60084, 847-544-9568
Diaper Depot – A project of Catholic Charities of the Archdiocese of Chicago supports thousands of residents per year. Many low income parents receive assistance from the non-profit. 671 S. Lewis Avenue, Waukegan, Illinois, 60085. Financial aid, free food, vouchers to buy baby diapers, and more is offered. Phone number is (847) 782-4117.
People's Resource Center, 201 S. Naperville Rd., Wheaton, Illinois, main telephone number is (630) 682-5402
People's Resource Center Southeast, 649 Blackhawk Dr., Westmont, Illinois, (630) 682-5402
St. Paul Diaper Bank Partnership is located in McHenry Illinois. The agency serves almost 2,000 people and families through 9 social service agencies and distributes 15,000 free diapers each month to qualified families.
St Paul Diaper Bank Partnership is based at 3706 W St Paul Avenue, McHenry, Illinois 60050. Call (815) 385-0390.
Birthright of Evansville, Inc., 20 Read Street, Evansville, Indiana. Dial (812) 424-2555 for information.
Free diapers may be available for low-income families with young children, household with elderly and disabled, and other struggling individuals from the Diaper Bank of Northern Indiana. They partner with local social service agencies and companies like Huggies and their Every Little Bottom Program, and diapers are distributed through many of the local non-profit agencies across Indiana. South Bend Indiana. email@example.com
Evansville Christian Life Center, main address is 509 S. Kentucky Avenue, Evansville Indiana 47714. Call 12-423-9222
Heiny Helpers. This agency on serves families in the immediate area. Location of their office is 2420 East Third Street, Bloomington, Indiana 47401. Phone (812) 332-4439.
Matrix Pregnancy Resource Center, 935 Mezzanine Drive, Ste. A, Lafayette, Indiana 47905, telephone 765-742-1533
The Abba Clinic at Hope Central, 304 North 2nd Street, Boonville, Indiana 47601, 812-897-4910
Harrison County Diaper Bank, 116 N. 2nd Avenue, Logan, Iowa 51546, call (712) 644-2220 for information.
Diaper Depot - Junior League of Topeka, 719 SW Van Buren, Suite 201, Topeka Kansas 66603. Phone number 785-273-0830. Also supports Shawnee County.
Happy Bottoms in Lenexa, Kansas 66215. Dial (855) 479-2867 for information on free diapers, including disposables.
HappyBottoms main location is in 1941 Central Street, Kansas City, Missouri 66221. Call (855) 479-2867. Offers assistance across Missouri and parts of Kansas.
ACCESS Pregnancy & Referral Centers, 921 Aris Avenue, Metairie Louisiana 70005. Dial (504) 832-1503 to sign up.
Baby Basics of Hagerstown, 1601 Pennsylvania Ave., Hagerstown Maryland 21742, telephone (240) 217-8182. Diapers and bay clothing is available across Washington County.
Food Link, Emergency Baby Pantry, address is 2666 Riva Rd., #390, Annapolis, MD Maryland 21401, dial 410-897-3943. The charity also covers the city of Baltimore.
Walk the Walk Foundation, PO Box 342, Millersville Maryland 21108, 410-207-1734
Allston Brighton Baby Diaper Bank Program, 7 Commonwealth Ct #13, Brighton, Massachusetts 02135, (857) 334-3347. The low income in Suffolk County and nearby Boston can call upon this non-profit charity. Formula, free disposable diapers, and much more is offered.
Anchor of Hope Diaper Bank - Saint Vincent De Paul, 120 Bellevue Ave., Haverhill, MA Massachusetts 01832. Dial (978)314-2254.
Cradles to Crayons -- Boston, 155 N. Beacon St., Brighton Massachusetts 02135. Phone (617) 779-4700. Free trial samples of Pamper diapers may be given to families in poverty.
The Diaper Depot of Waltham helps families and individuals in Waltham and the Boston area. In order to get free diapers from this bank, families will need to be referred by WIC, charities and local homeless shelters. However, they may also be able to help people from word of mouth. 781-891-6012
A Baby Center, 81 Willow Ave., Hyannis, Massachusetts 02601. Phone (508) 771-8157. Furniture, cribs, wipes, towels, and more is available.
Baby Basics, Inc., PO Box 920507, Needham, Massachusetts 02492, (617) 305-6899
Giving Diapers Giving Hope. Address is 8 Beckford St. Gloucester, Massachusetts 01930, phone (315) 491-9447
Brooklyn Diaper Pantry, All Saints Episcopal Church, 151 N. Main St., Brooklyn Michigan 49230, call 517-467-9178 for information.
Catholic Charities Western Michigan is based at 1095 Third St., Muskegon, Michigan 49441. Dial (231) 726-5341
Detroit Area Diaper Bank can have free supplies. The center is at 45361 Indian Creek Drive, Canton, Michigan. People from across Wayne County can receive assistance. They partner with churches on offering surplus diapers to the poor.
Gratiot County Baby Pantry, 525 State St., Alma Michigan 48801, (989) 463-3209
Great Start Parent Coalition of Kent County MI, location is 118 Commerce Ave, Grand Rapids, Michigan 49503, telephone (616) 632-1019
Midland Community Diaper Bank, address - 503 S. Saginaw Road, Midland, Michigan 48640. Telephone (989) 859-4884
Nestlings Diaper Bank, address 665 136th Ave, Suite #30, Holland, Michigan 49424. Main number is (616) 738-2458.
Northminster Presbyterian Church, 3633 W. Big Beaver Road, Troy Michigan 48084. Residens can call 248-644-5920.
Common Cup Ministry, 218 Main St. S. #100, Hutchinson, Minnesota 55350, (320) 234-8344
Families Helping Each Other is located at 757 N. Milton Street, St. Paul, Minnesota 55104. Dial the charity at (612) 235-9336
People Serving People, address 614 3rd Street S., Minneapolis Minnesota 55415, telephone 612-332-4500. Serves the greater Twin Cities region. Everything from maternity clothing to the use of a diaper bank is available.
The Diaper Drive, 1633 County Hwy 10, Suite 4, Spring Lake Park, Minnesota, (612) 356-BANK
Cover Your Bum Diaper Bank offers cloth diaper loans only. The items are distributed by Crosslines Food Pantry. They operate from a center at 615 N. Glenstone, Springfield Missouri 65802. Telephone (417) 869-0563.
Diaper Bank of The Ozarks has an office in Springfield Missouri 65807. Phone 417-848-5049.
A diaper bank known as Happy Bottoms serves people in the Kansas City area. The organization is a partnership of Cornerstones of Care and Healthy Families of Kansas City. The goal is to coordinate free diaper drives that will then go ahead and support local agencies serving low income families in the community. They also offer information on WIC and government benefits. Provides free diapers to Kansas City area agencies and social service groups.
Women and Children's Center of the Sierras, 3905 Neil Road, Suite 2, Reno Nevada 89509, (775) 825-7395. If you live in Las Vegas or the Clark County region, call this agency for referrals and additional information. Diapers, food stamps applications, and other support for pregnant mothers and low income parents is offered.
Anshe Emethe Community Development Corp., 222 Livingston Ave., New Brunswick, New Jersey 08901, call (732) 296-9922. Helps families in Middlesex County New Jersey.
Child & Family Resources, 111 Howard Blvd, Suite 201, Mt. Arlington, New Jersey 07856, (877) 237-4116
Children's Aid & Family Services, 200 Robin Road, Paramus New Jersey 07652. Main number is 201-261-2800.
Wafa House Sincere Care for Our Families, 246 Clifton Ave., Suite 21, Clifton New Jersey 07011, (800) 930-9232
Diaper Bank of New Mexico, 12200 Academy Road NE, Suite 731, Albuquerque, NM 87111 New Mexico 87111, phone (505) 250-6056. The state government and human service agencies support immigrants, farm workers, and the working poor by providing diapers for a baby.
Jillian's Drawers, 171 East State Street, Ithaca, New York 14850. Call 607-272-1237.
St. Johns Outreach Sister Helen's Pantry, 160 Chestnut St., Lockport, New York 14094, (716) 433-5252
Things of My Very Own, Inc.-Crisis Intervention Center, 202 Front Street, Schenectady New York 12305, 518-630-5146. The capital region and down state are covered. So if you live in Albany or New York City you can call for information on diaper assistance programs. Thousands of working poor families with young babies get the free diapers they need from this NYC non-profit.
Bottles N Bottoms, Inc., PO Box 481287, Charlotte, North Carolina. Call the Mecklenburg County center at (704) 900-4734.
Diaper Bank of NC is a leading non-profit in the state. 1904 Glendale Avenue, Durham North Carolina 27701. Dial 919-866-6412.
Piedmont Diaper Bank, 5723 Country Club Rd., Ste. R, Winston-Salem North Carolina 27104
The Diaper Train at Saint Saviour's Center, address 616 Tucker St., Raleigh, North Carolina, (919) 833-6400. Provides free diapers to Wake County.
Who Needs A Change? of the High Country, 225 Birch Street, Suite 3, Boone North Carolina 28607, 828-262-5424
Baby Basics of Cincinnati, Zion United Methodist Church, 4980 Zion Rd, Cleves, Ohio 45002. Phone (513) 353-8383. There is a case manager who can show residents how to get baby diapers, vouchers from charities, and other free supplies.
Mid-Ohio Foodbank, 3960 Brookham Dr., Grove City, Ohio 43123, (614) 274-7770. Not only can help people acquire diapers and cleaning supplies, but other assistance is available as well. This can include free formula, clothing, and more. They work with charities and pantries in the region.
Sisters In Power Diaper Ministry, Toledo Area Ministries, 3043 Monroe Street Ohio, 419-242-7401
Together We Can Make A Difference Initiatives, PO Box 403, 722 N. Perry St., Napoleon Ohio 43545. The intake line is 419-579-0199.
Infant Crisis Services, Inc. helps families who are experiencing a crisis. They try to ensure that every toddler and baby gets access to life’s basic necessities. With the help of the members of the community, Infant Crisis Services supplies life-sustaining baby formula and food. In addition, they run a bank that provides free diapers and clothing for both toddlers and babies in times of crisis. Over 1,000 babies and toddlers get help in central Oklahoma and Oklahoma City every month. 405-528-3663
Infant Crisis Services, Inc., 4224 N. Lincoln Blvd. Oklahoma City, Oklahoma 73105, phone: (405) 528-3663. All supports single moms and their children in the county.
PDX Diaper Bank, Portland, Oregon 97269. Provides programs for the greater Multnomah County region as well. The goal is to help underprivileged moms with newborns to get the support they need.
Catholic Social Services-Northeast Family Service Center. The main office is at 7340 Jackson St., Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19136. Dial the free charity diaper bank at (215) 624-5920. Formula, meals, referrals, and public aid is offered too.
Cradles to Crayons--Philadelphia branch, 30 Clipper Rd., W. Conshohocken, Pennsylvania 19428. Call (215)836-0958
Mitzvah Circle Foundation, main address PO Box 2130, Blue Bell Pennsylvania 19422, phone 484-897-0414
Pregnancy Support Services at Catholic Charities of Pittsburgh, 212 9th Street, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 15222. Call 412-325-6754. Others numerous social services and emergency assistance. Free diapers from a clothing closet, attire for pregnant mothers, formula, and more is available. Other baby supplies are provided at no cost to the client.
The Danville Area Diaper Bank, Christ Memorial Episcopal Church, 120 E. Market Street, Danville Pennsylvania 17821, (570) 275-3903
The Greater Philadelphia Diaper Bank, 1 Yale Drive, Richboro, Pennsylvania 1895. Phone (215) 919-8500
Project Undercover, One Selkirk Road, Cranston Rhode Island 02905. The agency partners with the state government to support the entire state.
Family Outreach of Horry County, PO Box 2057, Conway, South Carolina. Call the non-profit agency at (843) 234-2350 for information on free diaper distribution programs and related resources. Single parents and seniors in Horry County can get help.
Catholic Charities of Tennessee, Inc., 30 White Bridge Rd., Nashville, Tennessee, (615) 760-1025. The diaper bank and clothing closet they run is for the needy and low income in Davdson County.
diaperLove, PO Box 32804, Knoxville, Tennessee 37930. Dial (877) 818-9449.
Newborns In Need - Nashville Chapter, PO Box 31, Hermitage, Tennessee, (718) 683-4661
St John's United Methodist Church--Operation Swaddling Clothes, 1207 Peabody Ave., Memphis, Tennessee 38104-4567, telephone number (901) 726-4104. Offers support for Shelby County.
Bed Rest Concierge in Plano Texas 75024. Call 972-302-2827.
Captain Hope's Kids, 10555 Newkirk, Suite 580, Dallas Texas 75220, phone - 214-630-5765. In addition to diapers, children can get free clothes, coats, shoes, and even school uniforms.
Texas Diaper Bank, 1701 W. Woodlawn, San Antonio Texas 78201, telephone 210-731-8118. If you live in Bexar County, call this center. Information on how to apply for diapers as well as free wipes are provided to Spanish speakers as well.
A Small Hand, Edinburg Christian Church, 210 Center Street Edinburg, Virginia 22824-0117, (540) 933-6313
Capital Diaper Bank "Pampering Tots", 1704 W. Laburnum Avenue, Richmond, Virginia 23227-4312, dial (804) 359-8821. Central and northern Virginia, including Henrico County, are covered.
Hope Charitable Services-Greater Hampton Roads Diaper Bank, P O Box 7816, Portsmouth, Virginia 23707. Provides free diapers to the eastern Virginia region.
Tricities Diaper Ministry, mailing address P.O. Box 1421, Bristol Virginia 24203, telephone: (423) 742-5639
Eastside Baby Corner, P.O. BOX 712, Issaquah, Washington 98027. Phone (425) 865-0234.
Inland NW Baby, PO Box 22, Spokane Valley, Washington. Dial (509) 499-0670. Staff help parents, including the unemployed, get the cloth diapers they need for their child’s safety.
Next Step Pregnancy Services, location 17602 Highway 99 Suite 170, Lynwood, Washington 98037, (425)329-4569
St. Joseph's Baby Corner, Inc., Seattle, Washington 98122, (206) 726-1435. One of the non-profits for King County.
The Other Bank, 220 Union Avenue SE, Olympia, Washington 98465, telephone (360) 352-0593
Tri-Cities Diaper Bank, 605 N Road 36, Pasco Washington 99301, 509-551-8598
WestSide Baby, 10032 15th Ave. SW, Seattle, Washington 98146. Main number is (206) 767-1662.
Seattle area residents can contact WestSide Baby for free diapers. The non-profit organization is mostly run by volunteers from the community. They currently distribute almost 300,000 diapers to the low income, unemployed, and working poor in Washington. They also partner with numerous local organizations, including more than 100 social service agencies and charities. People can not only get free diapers from the organization, but they can also get toys, clothing, and baby equipment like cribs and car seats. Call (206) 767-1662
DC Diaper Bank, 315 12th Street, NE #100, Washington, District Of Columbia. Dial (202) 656-8503
New Life Necessities Diaper Bank, 501 Elizabeth Street, Charleston West Virginia 25311, 304-342-0029. Single moms and parents can get help meeting the needs of their newborns.
Baby Care of The Evangelical Free Church, 1710 N. 15th Street, Sheboygan Wisconsin 53081. Phone number: 920-207-0515
Fox Cities Diaper Bank also works with the United Way. 1455 Midway Road, Menasha Wisconsin 54952. Dial (920) 954-7210
Pregnancy Helpline Sharing Center, 1862 Beld Street, Madison Wisconsin 53719, 608-222-0008. Helps new moms and their infant/babies that reside in Madison County.
United Way of Southwest Wyoming Community Diaper Bank, 404 N Street, Suite 301, Rock Springs Wyoming 82901, 307-362-5003
Many of these groups work with companies such as Huggies and their Every Little Bottom program. They may also have partnerships in place with Pampers and other diaper manufacturers so that samples can be given out to parents that request them. These are just a few of the non-profits and charities that distribute free diapers, but each state will also have clothing closets that can be contacted.
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