Thousands of Minnesota babies don’t have enough diapers to be clean and healthy. The Diaper Bank of Minnesota is on a mission to change that.
One in three Minnesota families can’t afford enough diapers for their little ones, and parents aren’t allowed to use WIC or food stamps for diapers. To make matters worse, many Minnesota food shelves and other emergency services don’t have budgets to buy diapers.
That’s where the Diaper Bank of Minnesota comes in. We provide more than 850,000 diapers each year to other community organizations so that they’ll have diapers available when families need them.
Here’s what some of those organizations have said about how important our work is at the Diaper Bank of Minnesota.
Diapers are expensive, and that’s why I tell young parents, “Don’t stress over diapers. I have diapers for you.”
Division of Indian Work
The Diaper Bank has had a huge impact on our families. We haven't had to turn anyone away due to a shortage of diapers this year.
Guiding Star Wakota
Families have described us as "a life saver". They were literally down to their last diaper and did not know what they were going to do.
Western Communities Action Network
Together, we can make a huge difference in the lives of Minnesota parents and babies. Will you help us meet our end-of-year goal?
Gifts to the Diaper Bank make it possible for us to purchase diapers so that families can have peace of mind that their little ones will be comfortable, clean and healthy. Your gift goes even further at the Diaper Bank because we can buy diapers for significantly lower prices than you see at the stores.
Your contributions make a world of difference to families in need and send them a warm, welcoming message of belonging to a community that cares for all.