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Free diapers and baby supplies North Carolina

Find organizations in North Carolina that provide free diapers as well as other items for low to moderate income parents of new babies. The agencies, many of which are charities, operate across the state. They tend to focus on residents of the local community, but some of the diaper assistance programs will operate across all of North Carolina.

While each of the organizations will provide baby stuff, it does depend on donation levels. But they will tend to have free disposable and/or cloth diapers. Note many lower income families not only need the diapers, but they need other supplies as well for their newborn. This is why these charity organizations will also try to offer other stuff, ranging from clothing to baby formula, hygiene items, and much more.

When applying, bring proof of income, documentation of birth of the child (such as birth certificate), and details on other factors which may be contributing to the hardship. If found qualified, then either free diapers will be given out (as well as other baby items), or the client may be given gift cards to buy them.

Urban Ministries of Durham
Address is 410 Liberty Street
Durham, North Carolina 27701
Telephone: 919-682-0538 x26
They limit the number of applicants. When donations levels allow, there can be free personal care items, counseling for pregnant teen moms, wipes, diapers, and more.

The Healing Station Community Resource Center
805 East Parker St
Graham, NC 27253
The hours are Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday morning only.

Outreach Assistance Program
Address is 3737 Weona Avenue
Charlotte, NC 28209
Call (704) 525-4673

As the name implies, various forms of assistance is offered. They offer counseling, support groups as well as free infant formula as well as wipes, diapers, and other baby stuff is available for free for low income families.




Christian Faith Center -  Family First
101 South Peachtree Street
Creedmoor, North Carolina 27522
They offer referrals to WIC and food stamps or other government aid. Other assistance includes One-on-one Home Visits for health check ups, emergency diapers, household supplies, and other goods.

Alamance Pregnancy Services at Piedmont Rescue Mission
1519 North Mebane Street
Burlington, NC 27217
336- 222-9195
They help women (including teens, college students, and immigrants) with unplanned pregnancy situations. The non-profit offer free baby clothes and furniture, diapers, bottles, and pregnancy tests. There is also counseling as well as parenting classes.

Baby Basics Closet - YWCA of High Point
112 Gatewood Avenue
High Point, NC 27262
Referrals are needed from the Guilford County Health Department or a local nonprofit agency. There infant care supplies and girl and boy clothes for infants under the age of 2.

Tileston Outreach; St. Mary Parish-Tileston Social Outreach Ministry
412 Ann Street
Wilmington, NC 28401
For information, dial 910- 762-5491
They also help Hispanics and immigrants from a Hispanic Outreach Ministry. Programs from the church are in English and Spanish.





HOPE Ministries and The Baby Closet
514 Elkin Hwy
North Wilkesboro, NC 28659
New low income moms, including single mothers, can get wipes, diapers, infant shoes, and clothing vouchers.

Who Needs A Change? of the High Country
Address is 225 Birch Street, Suite 3
Boone North Carolina 28607
Dial 828-262-5424
They support the mountain communities in North Carolina.

New Beginnings
137 Walnut lane
West Jefferson, NC 28694
Dial 336-846-4518

MPCC; McDowell Pregnancy Care Center
40 South Main Street, Suite 110
Marion, NC 28752
Social services include free pregnancy tests and health check ups. There may also be infant formula, maternity and baby clothes, diapers, wipes, and more for families in poverty or the working poor.

Mitchell County Shepherd's Staff
6565 Highway 226 South
Spruce Pine, North Carolina 28777
Main phone - 828-765-5385
They only help low income families in the county, as supplies allow.

Old Fort Area Crisis Ministries
24 South Spring Street
Old Fort, NC 28762
Phone – 828-668-0002

Diaper Bank of North Carolina
1904 Glendale Avenue
Durham North Carolina 27701.
Main phone – 919-866-6412
They collect funds and diapers from different companies, and the non-profit works to redistribute them to the needy.





Thermal Belt Outreach Ministry
Location is 134 White Drive
Columbus, North Carolina 28722
A client choice food pantry and clothing bank. Free personal hygiene products, baby food, diapers, cleaning supplies, detergent, and more.

Tri-County Pregnancy Center
19 Burnsville School Road
Burnsville, NC 28714
Free pregnancy tests, parenting classes, and other aid is combined with baby stuff.

Southern Reconciliation Ministries, Inc.
20 Academy Street
Burnsville, NC 28714
The charity has some or all of the following. Baby Layettes; free cribs; Clothing and Household Items; and even financial help for some bills.

Mount Pleasant Baptist Church
129 Scronce Creek Road
Burnsville, North Carolina 28714
Main phone - 828-536-0130

Salvation Army
There are many of these sites all across North Carolina. They help the low income, women fleeing violence, and poor. Assistance may include hygienic items, baby formula, Liquid nutritional supplements (Ensure), diapers, and also Christmas help too. More on North Carolina Salvation Army assistance programs.

Givens Life Ministries - Baby Equipment and Resource Loan Closet of Fairview
2 Laura Jackson Road
Fairview, NC 28730
Phone: 828-242-6166
Items are for kids under the age of 5. There may be  high chairs, strollers, diapers and care items, food or formula, and more. Another Baby Equipment and Resource Loan Closet  is in East Asheville. Address is 48 Browndale Road, Asheville, NC 2880. Phone 828-299-9742.

Avery's Creek Community
876 Glenn Bridge Road Southeast
Arden, North Carolina 28704

Catholic Charities - Western Regional Office
50 Orange Street
Asheville, North Carolina 28801
Dial 828-255-0146 for information.

Bear Closet; B.E.A.R. Closet Givens Life Ministries at Cummings Memorial United Methodist
3 Banner Farm Road
Mills River, NC 28759







Abernethy United Methodist Church
1418 Patton Avenue
Asheville, NC 28806
Telephone number - 828-254-2612

Snow Hill United Methodist Church
84 Snow Hill Church Road
Candler, NC 28715
The non-profit loans out used baby equipment. It lasts three months and the loan is free. They also seek affordable car seats, cribs, and more.

Piedmont Diaper Bank
Address is 5723 Country Club Rd., Ste. R
Winston-Salem North Carolina 27104

The Children's Center of Transylvania County
95 South Johnson Street
Brevard, NC 28712
There is an Emergency Diaper Program, including coupons. Other assistance for low income families or moms includes the Welcome Baby Program with new toys and other stuff for the newborn.

United Christian Ministries of Jackson County
191 Skyland Drive
Sylva, North Carolina 28779
The baby stuff may be furniture, cribs, diapers, and care items. They also refer clients to WIC or financial aid.

CareNet Macon County Care Network
268 East Palmer Street
Franklin, North Carolina 28734

Saint Saviour's Center
Address is 616 Tucker St., Raleigh, North Carolina
Dial (919) 833-6400
The assistance program is known as the Diaper Train. Cloth, disposable, and other free diapers for infants may be given out.

By Jon McNamara

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