Diaper Support

Our Diaper Support programs offer 10 (emergency assistance) or 40 (permanent assistance) free reusable diapers to families in Oklahoma and Chicagoland. Apply today, and never worry about the financial strain of diapers again.

Emergency Diaper Assistance

Available in both Oklahoma and Chicagoland.

Includes:

  • 10 cloth diapers
  • one wet bag
Requirements:
  • Sign-up form
  • Proof of child (birth certificate or social security card)
 
cloth diapers

Permanent Diaper Assistance

Available in Oklahoma.

 

  • To use our income-based diaper service with your Permanent Diaper Assistance Kit ($10-20 per week), please fill out this application and then visit our Diaper Service page.
  • For our income-based upcycled diaper service ($0-10 per week), please visit our Diaper Service page.

 

Includes:

  • 40 cloth diapers
  • 20 reusable wipes
  • 1 reusable dirty diaper bag
  • 1 travel bag
Requirements:
  • Sign-up form
  • proof of income (or lack of)
  • Proof of residency (bill, lease agreement)
  • Proof of child (birth certificate, social security card)

Support Us

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.

Supporting our local families

We support local families to ensure a safe, nurturing, healthy environment for now and for the future.


Oklahoma Diaper Support

Oklahoma provides two types of diaper support:

While emergency assistance provides 10 reusable diapers and is perfect for short-term financial strains, permanent assistance provides 40 reusable diapers and allows for a permanent solution to diapering your baby.


Chicago Diaper Support

Apply for emergency diaper assistance, so you don’t have to worry about giving your baby a healthy, dry bottom during short-term financial strains.


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