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Free diapers and baby supplies Alabama.

Find where low-income families and single moms or dads will get free baby stuff in Alabama. Located all across AL are a diverse set of agencies that provide free items to parents of newborns or young infants. Get everything from free diapers to formula, maternity or clothes for new kids, furniture, cribs, and much more. Locate free baby supply centers near you in Alabama.

The goal is to always ensure the child is safe and healthy, so food as well as hygiene (diapers or wipes) are always a priority. The organizations focus on a specific city or county. Some of the leading places to turn to for help for a baby are below. When applying, be sure to bring the following.

  • Proof of income.
  • Residency in a certain Alabama city or county, as the area covered by the organizations is limited.
  • A list of needs, including whether cloth or disposable diapers are needed, food, formula, and other supplies.
  • Birth certificates.

As with any assistance programs, resources are limited. Even if one of the agencies can't help, they may refer the client to another partner agency. As free baby stuff may also be available at food pantries, clothing banks, or thrift stores. All of those locations (as well as others) try to help struggling parents. There are also a number of food banks open daily in AL.

Also, an agency may offer applications to long term assistance. One example being WIC, which can provide vouchers for baby formula. Or some national companies even partner with manufactures to provide Pampers or Similac on a long term basis to the client.

Where to get free baby stuff in AL for low-income families

Committee On Church Cooperation
Address is 119 1st Avenue Northeast, Decatur, Alabama 35601. Call (256) 355-8893
Income qualified families in Morgan County can apply for a free diaper program. Clients can only apply once a quarter. There are clothing vouchers, formula from a pantry, car seats, furniture, and household supplies for babies, and much more.




Local clothing closets and furniture banks
Each county has a number of organizations that give away free stuff, including baby items. There are also free vouchers and other items for low-income parents or the unemployed. The main locations are below.

Magnolia Church Benevolence Committee
2650 Vulcan Drive, Florence, Alabama 35630. Dial (256) 767-6776 or 256-767-6843
The Bundle of Blessings program can help low income families.

Christian Community Outreach
Location is 251 County Road 142, Albertville, AL 35950. Dial 256-659-6802
The clothes closet has hygiene supplies, baby wipes, diapers, and other supplies.

Alabama regional free diaper banks
The locations provide families referrals to free diaper banks in their part of AL. The non-profits partner with charities, churches and other groups to help people get baby wipes, clothes, diapers and even food for their newborns.

  • Food Bank of North Alabama is based at 2000 Vernon Ave SW, Huntsville, AL 35805. Call (256) 539-2256
  • Community Food Bank of Central Alabama also provides referrals from 107 Walter Davis Dr, Birmingham, AL 35209. Call (205) 942-8911

Catholic Center Of Concern
1010 Church St NE, Huntsville, AL 35801. Call 256-536-0041 or (256) 963-9355
The charity is a partnership of churches. There are infant baskets for the needy, diapers for single moms in Alabama, and other stuff.





Community Market of east Alabama
3810 C Pepperell Pkwy, Opelika, AL 36801. Dial 334-749-8844

Etowah Baptist Missions Center - Community Ministry Services
Address: 215-221 Wall Street, Gadsden, AL 35901. Phone: 256-546-2980
The charity offers everything from financial aid to clothes, spiritual counseling, and even bus tokens. This is in addition to diapers as well as food.

First Baptist Church Of Tillmans Corner
5660 Three Notch Road, Mobile, AL 36619. Main phone - 251-661-1299
Help is for Discipleship-Recipients. They can apply for school supplies, diapers, toys for the holidays or birthday, and even utility bills help. At most 30 free cloth diapers are given, provide counseling is agreed too.

Catholic Social Services Of Mobile
Address is 188 South Florida Street, Mobile, Alabama 36606. Dial 251-434-1500
The Alabama church group has hygiene items, household supplies, medications, wipes, disposable diapers, food and more. The aid is for emergencies as well.

Decatur Dream Center
Address is 312 8th St SW #3807, Decatur, AL 35601. Dial (256) 686-2885
On the first and third Saturdays, clients can get emergency diapers, free hair cuts for kids, baby food, clothing, and other supplies as part of the Adopt A Block Program.

First Methodist Church- Red Bay
Main address is 406 4th Ave SW, Red Bay, AL 35582. Call (256) 356-4654

Limestone County Churches Involved – LCCI
201 North Jefferson Street, Athens, AL 35611. Call (256) 262-0671

Colbert Caring Center
102 North Water Street, Tuscumbia, Alabama 35674. Dial (256) 381-8464
Emergency health care, clothing, diapers, medicine and other supplies are given. Parents and working poor can apply for assistance.




The following three agencies cover Jefferson County Alabama. They provide diapers and other baby supplies to charities and churches in the region. They do not directly provide items to parents. When calling on a pantry or clothing center for diapers, see if they partner with these groups.

  • Junior League of Birmingham, 2212 20th Ave. South, Birmingham, AL 35223, call 205.879.9861
  • Bundles of Hope Diaper Bank is at 1678 Montgomery Hwy. #104, PMB – 279, Birmingham, AL 35216, main phone (205) 607-2112
  • Natural Cotton Diaper Services of Birmingham, AL 35203. Telephone -  (205) 226-9190

First United Methodist Church Haleyville
2207 9th Avenue, Haleyville, AL 35565. Telephone number: (205) 486-2735

Forest Lake Baptist Church
Address is 107 18th Street, Tuscaloosa, AL 35401. Call (205) 759-1569
Donations are passed out to low income families.

First Baptist Church Of Tillmans Corner
5660 Three Notch Road, Mobile AL, 36619. Phone number is 251-661-0114

Manna House Madison County
2110 South Memorial Parkway, Huntsville, AL 35801. Call (256) 503-4848
For food, there are no eligibility guidelines. For diapers, baby furniture, beds, supplies for school, and more there are many other critter in place.

Hollywood Baptist Church
143 Main Street, Hollywood, AL 35752. Call 256-508-0733
Clothing ranges from premie to XXXL. They also may have other free stuff for babies and their low income parents.

HAP - Huntsville Assistance Program
11588 Pulaski Pike, Toney, AL 35773. Phone (256) 828-8788
The non-profit only covers the Huntsville area. Financial aid, food, some cribs for newborns to keep them safe, and other aid is offered. Hygiene supplies, such as wipes or disposable diapers, may also be passed out based on donations.

Elba Church Of Christ Food pantry
715 North Troy Highway, Elba Alabama, 36323. Phone: 334-897-2057

Salvation Army Centers
Many are located across Alabama. Based on what is in stock, there may be children and even free adult diapers among many other services. Provides clothing at very low prices (or even for free) to those in need. Vouchers as well as gift certificates may be available to fire and emergency victims. More on Alabama Salvation Army services.

12 Bushels
3513 S. Broad Street, Scottsboro, AL 35769. Call (256) 259-0954

Hands Of Christ Ministry Center
Main address is 3000 Lower Wetumpka Road, Montgomery, Alabama 36110. Call 334-262-6438
There may be newborn baby boxes. Other services include financial aid.







Wiregrass Hope Group
171 Westgate Parkway, Dothan, AL 36303. Call 334-793-0002
Assistance includes pregnancy tests and mentoring. There are also ultrasound, cribs, nutrition and cooking classes, as well as free infant formula.

Lifechoice Pregnancy Center
403 James Street, Tallassee, AL 36078. For intake, dial 334-252-0894 or (334) 252-0894

Turning Point Pregnancy Center
510 Harley Street, Scottsboro, AL 35768. Call (256) 259-8772
Pregnant women can get free supplies as well as educational support. The staff provided may be formula, clothing, or diapers. They also coordinate prenatal classes and even help with adoptions.

Shoals Women's Clinic
2201 Cloyd Boulevard, Florence, Alabama 35630. Phone number is 256-740-0640

Storks Nest - Alpha Rho Zeta Chapter
3479 Norman Bridge Road, Montgomery, AL 36105. Call 334-281-2660
Applicants with referrals from clinics can get help. Supplies include maternity clothing or information on crib and high chair programs. There are also classes on everything from prenatal as well as infant care to nutrition.

Athens-limestone County Family Resource Center
406 South Jefferson Street, Athens, AL 35611. Call (256) 230-0880
Stuff is available from Shepherd's Closet. Case managers also offer guidance on benefits ranging from WIC in Alabama to SNAP food stamps.

Catholic Social Services
Mailing address is 608 37th Street East, Tuscaloosa, AL 35401. Call 205-759-1268 to reach the thrift store.

Forest Lake Baptist Church
107 18th Street, Tuscaloosa, AL 35401. Call (205) 759-1569

Church Of The Nazarene-hartselle
 739 Main St W, Hartselle, AL 35640. Number - (256) 773-6987
Children under the age of 8 can get clothes.





Broad Street Church Of Christ
613 South Broad Street, Scottsboro, AL 35768. Call (256) 574-2489
A bi-monthly clothing closet has supplies. There may be some furniture for a newborn (such as donated car seats), or clothing/hygiene items. That may be boots, onesies, Pamper diapers, and other supplies.

St. Paul A M E Church
706 East Patton Avenue, Montgomery, AL 36106. Call (334) 286-8577 or 334-281-6834


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