Most of us do not spend a lot of time thinking about diapers. But if you are a parent, grandparent, or caregiver without enough of them, they can become a major source of stress, guilt, and desperation. Public safety net programs such as The Special Supplemental Nutrition Program for Women, Infants, and Children (WIC) and Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP, previously known as Food Stamps) do not cover the purchase of diapers, often leaving families with a difficult decision between buying diapers and other necessities with their limited funds. For families in need, something as small as a diaper can have a significant impact.


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About Us

We believe that every family in North Carolina should have access to basic necessities to support their dignity, health, and quality of life.

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Donate

Whether you can donate diapers, sanitary supplies, time, or money, we value you and any contribution you can make!
 

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Get Assistance

Learn more about the types of assistance we provide and how you can access our services. 
 

 

I might not eat and she eats and I buy diapers, or, no diapers and both of us eat. But now [since receiving assistance from the diaper bank] it’s not like that.
— Diaper recipient parent