1 in 3 U.S. families experience diaper insecurity. We need to change that.
Babies without clean diapers are exposed to more potential health risks and are less likely to be accepted to daycares, leaving parents unable to attend work.
Did you know that there are no government programs that provide diapers and you cannot use food stamps or WIC to purchase diapers? Parents living in poverty can spend 15% or more of their monthly budget on diapers alone. Too often this leads to diapers being left on too long, not out of a lack of care but as an economic need. By providing diapers we are able to keep babies clean, dry and avoiding rashes while allowing parents to allocate limited financial resources to other needs and ensuring children have an adequate diaper supply at daycare while their parents work.
Diapers aren't just for infants. We supply diapers in sizes newborn through large sized Underjams, ensuring all kids that need protection are covered.
We also believe that families are stronger when they are supported and empowered. We employ a postpartum doula who is able to meet with our clients and offer a variety of support services including help with bonding, breastfeeding, infant massage, and stress reduction techniques further ensuring our families are given the tools they need to succeed.