Empowering women and families, promoting self sufficiency, and reducing greenhouse gas emissions
Sustainable Services, such as our cloth diaper programs and our Menstrual Hygiene Initiative, empower women and families to become self-sufficient. With PDR’s services, you can forget the days of asking for hygiene products each month – now, you can utilize our sanitary, reusable products on your time.
Education is essential in the process of empowerment. PDR is continuously working to improve our two educational programs: PDR University, a professional-based online course for organizations interested in launching their own cloth diaper program, and PEP Talk Series, an education resource hub for parents and caregivers of young children.
Just $10 a month means 1.5 emergency diaper assistance kits a year, or 6 women permanently covered during their menstrual cycles. $10 a month is the difference between a clean bottom and a dirty bottom at the end of a pay period; $10 a month is the difference between six women at home due to lack of adequate hygiene versus active engagement at school or at work.
Our mission with every PDR program is to empower women and families, promote self-sufficiency, and reduce greenhouse gas emissions.
A thriving environment for families and individuals through birth, menstruation, and parenthood.
Women and children are at the forefront of every effort..
Reusing and recycling products is imperative to a healthy future
Women and families deserve clean and healthy essential items.
We take pride in re-inventive methods that reduce our carbon footprint.
Diversity and inclusion allows for a safe space among all community members. PDR does not discriminate based on religion, race, gender, or sexual preference
Effective parenting can only take place once basic needs are met
We support local families to ensure a safe, nurturing, healthy environment for now and for the future.
Become a Family Support Member, and help PDR continue our main efforts in providing a permanent diaper solution to families in your community.