Why Diapers?

  • Diapers and wipes are about $100 a month
  • Purchasing diapers is not covered by government systems because they are considered “hygiene items.”
  • This cost forces some families to reuse disposable diapers, or leave babies in diapers longer than they should, which can lead to diaper rash, infections and other health problems.
  • Babies who have diaper rash tend to cry more. More crying, coupled with the stress of living in need, raises the chances of child abuse.

Why Not Cloth Diapers?

  • The vast majority of daycares require disposable diapers.
  • Many low-income families don’t have access to washers and dryers and most laundromats prohibit washing of cloth diapers for sanitary reasons.

Thanks to Our Supporters

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Ways to Donate

1. Donate online. All monies go directly to Manna House, a 501(c)3. Please enter “diapers” in the comment section. A donation of $25 will buy 200 diapers.

2. Drop off diapers. Buy a package or a box or even just donate your already opened and now too small half-packs. Place them in a donation barrel in one of the locations below or take them to Manna House, 2110 South Memorial Parkway from 2-7PM on Mondays, Wednesdays, or Thursdays.

3. Attend our Diaper Shower at Kidventure on Sunday, September 8 from 2-6PM. Admission is one package of diapers per child. We will have live entertainment, food, tons of door prizes (see list below) and of course – FUN!