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Free diapers and baby supplies in Baltimore.

Whether a low income family lives in the city of Baltimore or one of the towns in the county, there are programs that can help them with any infant or newborn needs. The resources available range from free disposable to cloth diapers, furniture or supplies for babies, and even formula. Parents as well as guardians that are in need can avail themselves of one or more of these programs.

Using donations, there may be the following supplies. Note each agency has limited resources and products change weekly or monthly.

  • Cans of infant formula.
  • Diapers, wipes, free hygiene supplies, and cleaning items.
  • Furniture for babies, including cribs, high chairs, car seats, and other items.
  • Centers also offer referrals as well, and can help low income families in Baltimore sign up for WIC vouchers, birthday or Christmas you services for their infant, and other programs.

Non-profit centers are located across the region. There are also some government backed programs that may provide diapers, food, and more. But no matter whether a parent calls on a charity in Baltimore Maryland or a government agency, there will be income limits in place.

Pregnancy Center West
Address is 5411 Old Frederick Road
Baltimore, MD 21229
Counseling and pregnancy testing (including kids) are available. Some parents may be given free baby stuff too. This may be clothing, nappies, formula, diapers, and other supplies.

Agape House
1501 North Dukeland Street
Baltimore, MD 21216
Main phone - 410-566-5007
Many assistance programs are offered. There is everything from housing to food and community meals. A monthly baby supply programs also operates a couple days per week, with furniture, clothing for newborns (and maternity items), free birthday toys, and more. Summer camp is also arranged.




Emmarts United Methodist Church - Soup for the Soul Food Pantry
Location: 7100 Dogwood Road
Windsor Mill MD 21244
Phone: 410-944-1131

New Life Evangelical Baptist
2417 East North Avenue
Baltimore, MD 21213
The food pantry is used. Free diapers in sizes 1-6 are available as well as Similiac Advance formula. The applying parent needs to have a kid under the age of 18 months.

Columbia Area Mothers of Multiples - National Organization of Mother of Twins Club
PO Box 1915
Ellicott City, MD 2104
Support groups, baby supplies, and other aid is available. They even have some pack and plays for income qualified parents in Baltimore County.

Greater Baltimore Center for Pregnancy Concern
442 Eastern Boulevard
Essex, Maryland 21221
Telephone - 410-391-3911
The service called Hannah's Cupboard provides help to pregnant mothers as well as new moms. In order to get formula, clothes, or disposable diapers, the applicant needs to enroll into financial counseling from Earn While You Learn. The money is used for shopping at the store.

Alpha Pregnancy Center
Primary address: 301 Main Street
Reisterstown, Maryland 21136
Phone: 410-833-7793





Birthright of Annapolis
269 Peninsula Farm Road
Arnold, MD 21012
Phone: 410-384-7700
Based on donations, expectant moms and dads may be given help. Everything from books on child development to diapers, clothing, and much more.

Alpha's Glory Pregnancy Center
219 West Bel Air Avenue
Aberdeen Maryland 21001
Call or dial 410-272-4711

Foot Prints of Hope
501 Reisterstown Road
Pikesville, MD 21208
Phone: 410-486-2028
A food pantry and thrift store are on site. A combination of free and/or low cost items are available.

Baltimore Pregnancy Center
Physical address: 7311 Harford Road
Baltimore, MD 21234
Many free items may be offered. There can be bassinets, car seats, strollers, furniture, beds, and more. Other baby supplies range from formula to diapers and wipes.

By Jon McNamara











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