Readers far and wide: We are happy to announce partnerships with the following diaper banks. It is our hope that by partnering with diaper banks across the nation, we can help raise awareness that diaper banks exist (up until recently we never knew about them), perhaps inspire more banks to open, and also bring the opportunity for our readers located outside California to donate diapers in their local communities with a few easy clicks.
With due diligence, we sought out partnerships with these diaper banks because of their track record and commitment to helping homeless and low income mothers. We encourage you to do your own research with any charity you decide to support.
If you run a diaper bank, and are a registered charity with 501(c)(3) tax-exempt status in good standing, we would love to hear from you. Contact us: info (at) helpamotherout (dotorg).
Diaper Bank of Southern Arizona (Tax ID 43-1990345), Tucson: The nation’s FIRST diaper bank! The Southern Arizona Community Diaper Bank serves infants, young children, the disabled, and adults, distributing millions of dollars worth of diaper and incontinence supplies to low-income families Pima County. Somehow every issue that affects a human life is, at some point, affected by the need for diapers. Point, Click, Help via Amazon.com wishlist
LA Diaper Drive (Tax ID: 56-2517353), Los Angeles County: Dedicated to collecting and distributing diapers to low-income families in need. Provides diapers to parenting program attendees at Brownsen House in Boyle Heights and Friends of the Family’s Young Moms/Young Dads program in Van Nuys. Also makes one time donations to homeless mothers through organizations such as Los Angeles Homeless Shelter Authority and Project Safe. Point, Click, Help via Amazon.com wishlist