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Free diapers and baby supplies Broward County.

Organizations across Broward County Florida provide free diapers as well as related supplies to low income parents. Some of the non-profits or charities pass out the goods to the general public, while other groups (including Respect Life Ministry) provide baby stuff in combination with counseling and general support services.

Not only may items be given out to moms and dads, including single mothers, but government affiliated organizations can also help with the installation of a car seat. One such government agency is the Broward Sheriff's Office Department of Fire Rescue/Emergency in Fort Lauderdale, who will go over the a correct way to install a car seats and discuss child safety matters. Another place for feedback on how to install car seats is the Memorial Healthcare System Joe DiMaggio - Automotive Safety Program.

Whether it is cloth or disposable diapers, free maternity or children clothes, a baby bottle, cribs, or other items, one of the organizations below may be able to help. Or they can direct low income parents to another local program that may be able to assist.

Broward Moms Incorporated
They run a program known as Diaper Days. Supplies are limited. But they may have diapers for families that have no other options available and, if not assisted, the baby would be in soiled diapers. Supplies are very limited. Call (954) 667-9672.

Healthy Mothers, Healthy Babies Coalition of Broward
5546 W. Oakland Park Blvd Ste 201
Lauderhill, Florida 33313
Phone - (954) 765-0550
Free Graco Pack-N-Play cribs are given to low income families that need to have a place for their newborn to sleep.

Respect Life Ministry
There are multiple locations of this charity in Broward County. The non-profit holds parenting classes, provide counseling, and access to material goods. As part of  Earn While You Learn, clients receive a few dollars (equivalent to a gift card) to pay for baby items, ranging from hygiene supplies to wipes, diapers, toys, etc.

  • 5115 Coconut Creek Pkwy, Margate, Florida, 33063, dial (954) 977-7769
  • Address is 525 NE 13th St, Ste 527, Ft. Lauderdale, FL, 33304, telephone (954) 565-0229
  • Location of another site is 4747 Hollywood Blvd, Ste 103, Hollywood, Florida, 33021, call (954) 963-2229

Respect Life - Pregnancy Help Center
Pregnant women can get help in an emergency. There are free pregnancy tests (including for teens), clothes for the mom and infant, free baby formula or diapers, furniture and more. The homeless or poor can even get referrals to shelter and/or financial aid in Broward County.

  • An office is at 4747 Hollywood Blvd, Ste 103, Hollywood, FL, 33021, call (954) 963-2229
  • Another site is at 525 NE 13th St, Ste 527, Ft. Lauderdale, Florida, 33304. Dial (954) 565-0229 for intake.
  • 5115 Coconut Creek Pkwy, Margate, FL, 33063, call (954) 977-7769





South Florida Empowerment Group
Location is 777 Davie Rd Ext, Ste 302A-7
Hollywood, Florida 33024
Main phone number - (954) 391-6678
The assistance program known as Pregnancy Support Services provides support. There is free maternity and baby clothes, diapers, cribs, strollers, and even car seats.

Salvation Army Centers in Broward County
The Christian church groups offers one time assistance and social services. Low cost or free household items, food from the pantry, and Christmas toy can be provided for new moms or their infants. There is also referrals to diaper donation services, furniture for a baby, and much more. More details on Salvation Army Broward County programs.


By Jon McNamara


















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