Local charities and non-profits in South Carolina provide free diapers to low income parents. Not only can the family get those items, but many of the agencies provide other stuff as well including (but not limited too) cribs, car seats, infant formula, and much more. Almost all of the South Carolina agencies that provide help only support households in the immediate area.
Whether it is a free diaper bank, a thrift store selling low cost goods, or some other resource, there are options available. Not only will the supplies be provided to low income moms and dads (whether they are married or not), but many of the South Carolina agencies provide other, non-material support. This ranges from pregnancy counseling to referrals to financial aid or day care vouchers.
A new baby can be expensive for all households, no matter their income. There are dozens of agencies across South Carolina that help the parents get what they need for their new baby. Whether it is a box of diapers, some food or formula, or furniture for their home or apartment, assistance is available. Call an agency below, or find other sources of free items for families.
Power In Changing
Address is 1053 Center St
West Columbia, SC 29169
Call (803) 451-6500 x5916
The Diaper Bank offers wipes, diapers and creams, as well as other gently used baby stuff.
712 Laurens Rd
Greenville, South Carolina 29607
Various counseling and support services are arranged. There are parenting and life skills class, pregnancy tests, and some material aid such as clothes, hygiene supplies for moms, and more.
Daybreak Crisis Pregnancy Center
Main address is 2009 Hampton St
STE C Columbia, South Carolina 29204
Phone - (803) 771-6634
Once a month there is a distribution of baby food and formula. Other assistance from the non-profit includes clothing for infants 6 months or younger. Many other services are available for pregnant women, ranging from emotional support, referrals to low cost doctors or clinics, as well as a 24 hour crisis hot line.
Area Churches Together Serving
340 Park AVE SW
Aiken, South Carolina 29801
Furniture, food, prescription expense assistance, as well as free infant formula and financial help is available.
Life Choices Pregnancy Care Center
Main address is 220 Silver Bluff Rd
Aiken, SC 29803
Dial (803) 649-9890
ECHO-Helping Hand of Myrtle Beach
1411 Mr. Joe White Ave
Myrtle Beach, SC 29577
Main phone: (843) 448-8451
The charity provides help to low income families including single mothers or teen moms. The food pantry may have free diapers or Pampers, there are hygiene items, prescription drugs, clothes and more. They can also offer financial help in addition to the baby supplies.
Address is 201 E Elm St
Florence, South Carolina 29506
Dial (843) 629-0830
The Community Outreach Center at St. Matthew's Lutheran Church
Location is 405 King St
Charleston, SC 29403
The Craddle Closet program offer clothing for babies or infants. There are also bags of food, formula, and cloth or disposable diapers. The program is for Spanish and other non-native speakers as well.
Palmetto Pregnancy Center
828 Lucas ST
Rock Hill Location Rock Hill, SC 29730
Phone: (803) 329-2524
They help women teens and parents to prepare for pregnancy, including unwanted ones.
Helping Hands of Greer, Inc.
3610 Brushy Creek RD
Greer, SC 29650
The general clothing donation has food, baby diapers, clothes, shoes, and even free toys for an infant.
Family Outreach of Horry County
1836 Lonestar St
Conway, SC 29528
Main phone: (843) 234-2350
A free diaper bank is on site. Birth and labor classes as well as a teen pregnancy prevention workshop are also held.
ECHO-Churches Assisting People
Address: 307 Wright BLVD
Conway, South Carolina 29527
Get gasoline for a doctor appointment, infant formula, medications for pregnant women, and even material items including diapers and/or cribs.
Rock Hill Family Resource Center
Address is 410 E Black St
Rock Hill, South Carolina 29730
For information, dial (803) 980-2079
The Children's Center of Carolina Health Centers, Inc.
113 Liner DR
Greenwood, SC 29646
Many medical programs are available. Healthy Families can assist a newborn. There is also pediatric health care, free books for kids, as well as low cost prescription medications.
Georges Creek Baptist Church Child Development Center
Location is 1991 Saluda Dam Rd
Easley, South Carolina 29640
Telephone: (864) 859-6789
Affordable child care and other services are offered.
Laurens County SAFE Home
Clinton, SC 29325
Dial (864) 682-7270 for intake
Pregnant women or new moms feeling domestic violence can use the shelter. While there they can access everything from legal aid to diapers, food, and formula.
Nurture Home (Women, Mothers)
Aiken, South Carolina 29801
Phone: (803) 641-4177
Assistance programs include transitional housing/shelter, baby supplies, and more. They support women under the age of 30 and kids up to age 10.
Lowcountry Pregnancy Center
7481 Northside Dr.
Suites B & C North Charleston, South Carolina 29420
Telephone: (843) 553-3505
Community Ministry of North Augusta
646 East Buena Vista Ave
North Augusta, SC 29841
The clothing closet and thrift store sells furniture. But there may be some free items given out in limited cases. This ranges from diapers for new moms on a case-by-case basis. Other assistance ranges from utility bill help to medications for young kids or infants.
HALOS Kinship Care Resource & Support Program
4995 Lacross Road
STE 1250 Charleston, SC 29406
Call (843) 990-9568
Harvest HOPE Food Bank - Greater Greenville Area Branch
2818 White Horse RD
Greenville, SC 29611
The non-profit has a food bank program that collects items for the region. There is food, vegetables, free infant formula, and even household supplies as well as Pampers or Huggies.
2830 Oak 1931 Industrial Park RD
Conway, SC 29526
They only support moms with kids from the age of to 3 years of age that have developmental delays or disabilities.
Community Hope Center
Address is 2558 Wagener RD
Oasis Church Aiken, South Carolina 29803
Main phone: (803) 649-2959
Apply for household goods, including furniture such as cribs. They also hold child rearing classes, offer job training, and disburse free food, clothes, and diapers.
OLM- Community Outreach
1684 Brownswood Rd.
Johns Island, South Carolina 29455
Call (843) 559-4109
The agency covers the towns of James, Johns, and Wadmalaw Island. There are ESL programs for immigrants, free groceries and formula, parenting classes, clothing, Pamper diapers, and even emergency financial assistance.
Bethany Christian Services - Myrtle Beach
1500 HWY 17 Business North
STE 210 Myrtle Beach, SC 29575
Rural Mission, Inc.
3429 Camp Care Rd.
Johns Island, South Carolina 29455
The programs are for Sea Island families that are in poverty, low income, and/or migrant farm workers.
Meyer Center for Special Children
1132 Rutherford RD
Greenville, SC 29609
There is help for children with disabilities (both physical and mental) in the upstate area of South Carolina. Services range from educational support to vouchers for diapers, clothes, and food.
Harvest HOPE Food Bank of Lexington County
Address is 1775 12th St
Cayce, South Carolina 29033
Hope Women's Center, Inc.
879 Gentry Memorial Hwy
Easley, SC 29641
Apply for free baby or maternity clothes. They also offer diapers, wipes, and other baby supplies. Clients can get referred to other local churches or ministries for everything from formula to baby furniture.
Harvest HOPE Food Bank - Pee Dee Branch
2513 W Lucas St
Florence, SC 29501
Families in need, including single moms or dads, can get food, vouchers for infant formula, gift certificates, and access a diaper bank as well.
The Parenting Place
1899 Gentry Memorial HWY
Easley, SC 29640
Telephone number: (864) 898-5583
First Baptist Church Family Life Center - Pass It On Kidsignment Sale
120 Chesterfield ST N
Aiken, South Carolina 29801
Phone - (803) 215-3868
The thrift store sells low cost clothing, cribs, mattresses, and even toys for children and teens.
Address is 4801 Colonial DR
Columbia, SC 29203
Helping Hands Ministries of Woodruff
206 Chamblin ST
Woodruff, SC 29388
They offer emergency help. Everything from grants to diapers, free food, and even rent or utility bill help.
300 Union St
STE B Spartanburg, SC 29306
Dial (864) 585-9167
The non-profit can screen for benefits, including WIC vouchers, food stamps, or housing. The free food pantry may also pass out baby food or formula, have cleaning supplies, diapers, and much more.
South Carolina Salvation Army Centers
Dozens of this Christian and faith based churches help the poor. They not only give diapers and/or food, but have furniture, counseling, and support. Clients range from immigrants to single moms and the unemployed, all who may qualify for free or low cost cloth diapers. Find more information on South Carolina assistance programs.
Nurse-Family Partnership - Greenville, Pickens, and Oconee Counties
1200 W Faris Rd
Greenville, SC 29605
A registered nurse will visit a home to check on the medical needs of a new baby.
UHC-GAIHN - Greenville Area Interfaith Hospitality Network
Address: 40 John McCarroll WAY
Greenville, South Carolina 29601
This charity helps the homeless, including pregnant or new moms. Hot meals, formula, clothing, diapers or wipes, and even emergency shelter is available.
Harvest HOPE Food Bank
Address: 2220 Shop Rd
Columbia, South Carolina 29201
The non-profit can refer working poor families to local food pantries and clothing closets. Those agencies will then give out formula, shoes or clothes for an infant, provide gift certificates or cans of baby food, diapers, and much more.