St. Louis free baby supplies and diapers.

The places to turn to in St. Louis Missouri for supplies for a baby, such as diapers, are wide ranging. Each of the agencies in the city (or the county for that matter) focus on assisting in a limited number of situations. As there are food pantries, shelters, churches, and other groups that may pass out free diapers or other items, including furniture, food, or even applications to WIC. But applicants often need to be enrolled into their other services.

Some organizations only help women or single moms if they are staying in the shelter. Other locations, including thrift stores, sell gently used furniture for a baby, and that may be a crib, bed, or stroller. Generally, when it comes to free infant formula, that may be more widely available. As food pantries in the region offer this.

Diapers can be more challenging to obtain in Saint Louis. Those really rely on donations from the community. There are also partnerships with companies such as Pampers. However when supplies allow, clients can obtain either disposable or cloth diapers at no cost to them. Or even some baby wipes may be given out for newborns.

Haven of Grace
Address: 1225 Warren Street
Saint Louis, Missouri 63106
Dial (314) 621-6507
This is a shelter. Clothes, diapers, work attire and more is donated to this St. Louis charity. The items are then given out guests of the housing units.

 

 

 

Doorways
4385 Maryland Avenue
Saint Louis, MO 63108
Telephone number is (314) 535-1919
Applicants need to be impacted by HIV or AIDS. If so, and if they have a kid, then infant/baby supplies may be given to them at the same time as financial aid.

SVDP - Most Holy Trinity Our Lady of Perpetual Help
Location of the church is 3519 North Fourteenth Street
Saint Louis, MO 63107
(314) 535-9794
Saint Vincent in St. Louis offers many services. There is financial aid, baby formula, gift cards, and even medications. The goal is to help the poor provide for their families, including a baby as well. Even eye care tests may be given to infants that need it.

 

 

 

 

Queen of Peace Center - Our Lady of Perpetual Help
2011 East Linton Avenue
Saint Louis, Missouri 63107
(314) 652-2242

Nurses for Newborns
7259 Lansdowne Avenue, Suite 100
Saint Louis, MO 63119
(314) 544-3433
In home nursing care is arranged. It can stop infant mortality. There is also information on health care, sanitation (and this is where wipes are used), and general parenting classes.

Mers Goodwill Outlet - Downtown St. Louis
3728 Market Street
Saint Louis, MO 63110
For intake, call (314) 531-0671
Thrift store. Parents can buy items for their home, including baby stuff. High chairs, cribs, strollers, and more may be sold at a discount.

Lemay Child and Family Center
9828 South Broadway
Saint Louis, MO 63125
Main phone - (314) 544-3338

Great Circle - St. Louis
330 North Gore Avenue
Saint Louis, Missouri 63119
For information on the charity, dial (314) 968-2060
Clients need to have a mental illness or disability.

 

 

 

Good Samaritan House of Granite City, Inc.
1825 Delmar Avenue
Granite City, IL 62040
Main phone number is (618) 876-0617
Free personal grooming supplies are offered. This includes diapers, soup, detergent, and more.

Foster and Adoptive Care Coalition
1750 South Brentwood Boulevard
Saint Louis, MO 63144
Telephone - (314) 367-8373
Applicants need to be adopting a child.

Epworth Children and Family Services, Inc. - University City Site
6816 Washington Avenue
Saint Louis, MO 63130
Main phone - (314) 727-6294
Supplies are for kids impacted by abuse.

Cornerstone Center for Early Learning, Inc.
3901 Russell Boulevard
Saint Louis, MO 63110
(314) 865-5244

Salvation Army of Saint Louis County - Thrift Store
A few locations are around town and county of St. Louis Missouri. The church offers food, financial aid, vouchers for formula or diapers, and other aid. Or try the thrift store for low cost furniture. Find additional Salvation Army St. Louis social service programs.

Mers Goodwill Retail Stores
They sell low cost items in Saint Louis area. Families, no matter their income, can shop there. Furniture, birthday toys, beds, tables, high chairs, and more may be sold.
Address - 4200 Forest Park Boulevard, Saint Louis, MO 63108, (314) 531-1296
Additional thrift stores are at 4271 Bayless Avenue, Saint Louis, MO 63123, (314) 544-0014
9116 Manchester Road, Saint Louis, MO 63144, call (314) 918-7804
11 Forum Center, Chesterfield, MO 63017, phone (314) 576-1800
Location is 17355 Edison Avenue, Chesterfield, MO 63005, (636) 537-8151
14808 West Clayton Road, Chesterfield, MO 63017, dial (636) 391-1673
10764 West Florissant Avenue, Saint Louis, MO 63136, call (314) 522-2028
Main address - 5665 St. Louis Mills Boulevard, Bridgeton, MO 63044, (314) 801-8251

 

 

 

 

ALIVE Franklin County Office
PO Box 223
Union, MO 63084
(800) 941-9144
Residents of the county can seek help from the Baby Clothing/Diaper Donation Program.

Saint Louis Crisis Nursery - St. Charles
Location - 315 First Capitol Drive
Saint Charles, Missouri 63301
Main phone number is (636) 947-0600

Salvation Army Adair County – Service Center and Thrift Store
Address: 420 South Baltimore Street
Kirksville, MO 63501
Dial (660) 665-4326
The social service office provide support. Clients can sign up for case management, apply for free disposable diapers in a crisis, access the food pantry for formula, and seek other assistance, including financial.

Arnold Food Pantry
Address is 2024 Key West Drive
Arnold, Missouri 63010
(636) 287-3663
A umber of items may be available on the shelves. This can be food, Personal Grooming as well as Hygiene Supplies, Diapers, and bay formula. There may also be fruits, Similac for infants, and nutritional classes for new parents held.

Feed My People High Ridge Office
3295 Ottomeyer Road
High Ridge, Missouri 63049
Main phone - (636) 677-9885
Everything from financial aid to clothes for kids and maternity items are offered. There are also Christmas gifts for new kids, cloth diapers, food, and furniture such as cribs or mattresses.