Diaper Drive

DONATE IN PERSON or ONLINE via AMAZON.COM (see our gift card offer). Interested in hosting a diaper drive for one of our partners? Contact us: info (at) helpamotherout (dotorg) and we can help you get started.

DONATE IN PERSON

Sadiedey’s Cafe ~ 4210 Telegraph Ave., OAKLAND, CA 94602

Natural Resources ~ 1367 Valencia St SAN FRANCISCO, CA 94110

Baby Buzz ~ 1314 Lincoln Ave, #1A SAN JOSE, CA 95125

SLO YMCA ~ 1020 Southwood Drive, SAN LUIS OBISPO, CA 93401

SAN DIEGO Area: I SO family friendly drop bin location. Please contact us with suggestions.

DONATE ONLINE

CLICK HERE to POINT, CLICK, & HELP with our Virtual Diaper Drive. Make a difference in your own community by choosing a partner working in a  region you have ties to. We work directly with each of our partners to set up and administer their Amazon.com wishlist.

Follow the Amazon.com wishlist links on the “About the Orgs” page, or search Amazon.com wishlists under the name of the non profit OR by searching “HAMO” or “Help A Mother Out.”  Items purchased off the wishlist ship direct to the charity. Free Super Saver Shipping for orders over $25.

Want to help outside of California? Click here for information on our Diaper Bank Network.

Current and upcoming HAMO sponsored events:

Cubes and Crayons Diaper Drive for Sacred Heart Community Service – Mountain View Campus –  through June 19, 2009

Smart Mama Book Launch & Ultimate Healthy Parenting Party Diapers collected at launch party for Pregnancy Counseling Center – @ The Pump Station, Santa Monica – June 28, 2009 12-4pm

Items we take:

Diapers (sizes 3-6 especially, but all sizes welcome)*
Pull-ups*
Baby wipes
Feminine hygiene products
Travel-sized toiletries (bring down your hotel soaps!)
Baby care items—diaper cream, ointments, saline drops
Infant formula (unopened/unexpired)
New socks & underwear

*Diapers are the HIGHEST NEED. Open packs are great, but please keep in original packaging or ziploc bag. ALL OTHER items, please only donate unopened supplies).

PLEASE, NO baby gear, clothing, baby bottles, or used toys (due to safety recalls and new safety rules).

18 responses to “Diaper Drive

  1. Isabelle Mahaffey

    I am taking all my soaps/Shampoos/Conditioners collected from hotel and cruise trips down to the SadieDey’s Cafe in Oakland.

  2. Yes please Isabelle! Thank you for your support! Just a reminder that the bin will be at SadieDey’s on MONDAY, APR 20th.

  3. This is fantastic! I visited a shelter yesterday. The staff were setting up for a new family arrival, putting together toiletry bags, and they were using the travel/hotel items to do this—they really do help!

  4. Young moms at Brighter Beginnings are especially in need of diapers in these economic times. They are hard-working students and mothers working to sustain their families. Diapers are such an important part of helping them to succeed in life. Thank you for all you are doing!

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  8. Congratulations on your efforts! I am involved with the newly started up Detroit Area Diaper Bank. Marybeth Levine is the founder and driving force behind it. (www.detroitareadiaperbank.org)
    She has the same passion for it that you seem to have. Best wishes!

  9. I’m glad to help such a wonderful program this Mother’s Day. I hope it inspires lots of similar programs across the country.

  10. Eric Guthertz

    What a wonderful website. Happy Mother’s Day!

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  14. Thanks for highlighting this overlooked need. I had honestly never thought much about this, although I had donated some unused diapers along with my unused hospital formula gifts back when my daughter was just a baby who had outgrown her first diaper size.

    My husband and I will be making a donation soon, either via your wishlist or in person. I also put up a post about this on my blog today.

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