Are you an individual, business, or charitable organization with the drive to make your community better? Choose from a variety of membership options to start your cloth diaper assistance program today.
Join the Community

Who We Are

Permanent Diaper Relief is a charitable organization aiming to reduce greenhouse emissions through its sustainable products (such as our reusable diapers and reusable menstrual products). Through our diaper programs alone, PDR eliminates up to 3,000 pounds of landfill waste, minimizes 99% of diaper resources, and saves $2,880 in diaper expenses per child.

PDR's Vision

A thriving environment for families and individuals through birth, menstruation, and parenthood.

The Mission

To empower women and families, promote self-sufficiency, and reduce the greenhouse gas footprint.

Our Values


Women and children’s physical and emotional health are at the forefront of
every effort.


Women and families deserve clean and healthy essential items, period.


Reusing and recycling products is imperative to a healthy future.


We take pride in reinventive methods that reduce our carbon footprint.


Effective parenting can only take place once basic needs are met.


Diversity and inclusion allows for a safe space among all community members. PDR does not discriminate based on religion, race, gender, or sexual preference.

Locations and Programs

Tulsa, Oklahoma

  • Diaper Support (10 or 40 free reusable diapers)
  • Diaper Rentals & Cleaning Service
  • The Upcycled Diaper Project
  • Menstrual Hygiene Initiative
  • PDR University (for professionals)
  • PEP Talk Series (coming soon)
  • Advocate, Partner, or Affiliate Memberships

Chicago, Illinois

  • Operated by Gifts From Liam
  • Emergency Diaper Assistance (10 free reusable diapers)
  • Disposable diaper assistance
  • Perinatal bereavement support and education
  • Safe parenting education

Get in Touch

“I’m convinced of this: good done anywhere is good done everywhere. For a change, start by speaking to people rather than walking by them like they’re stones that don’t matter. As long as you’re breathing, it’s never too late to do some good.” - Maya Angelou