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Help with Diapers Now Available for Families in All 50 States
January 25, 2023 7:09 pm | by
What to do with cloth diapers after potty training: Share the Love

Not long ago, we set a goal that Share The Love, our Cloth Diaper Bank, would reach families in all 50 states. We have met that goal. We continue to see more families than ever who need help along with a steady flow of supplies coming in every week from families who just want to help.

The cloth diaper community is amazing.

  1. You SHARED your diapers so they could HELP another family.
  2. You SHARED the program so more families knew there was HOPE.
  3. You SHARED your courage with us when you were BOLD enough to ask for help.

One Share The Love recipient shared her story this way: “Share The Love diapers have impacted us tremendously. Our baby was born two months ago and we are JUST now starting to gain some financial stability. Since I breastfeed I don’t have to worry about buying formula and now thanks to this organization we do not have to spend any money on diapers. It’s truly a blessing.”

We hear these stories every day now. To qualify for help with cloth diapers, a family only needs to be able to demonstrate that they are actively receiving assistance from a federal or state program.

Is this you? Do you currently receive WIC or SNAP? Have you recently received TANF? Are you looking for free diapers? You don’t have to keep spending money on disposables.

Apply for help today at

Are you a family or birth educator interested in programs that you can share with families you meet? Send us an email. We will send you some resources that you can use in your office.

It’s going to be a great year as, together, we reduce diaper need for families all over the United States.

About the Author

Jenn is the founder of Cotton Babies & creator of bumGenius, Flip, and Econobum, worldwide leading cloth diaper brands. She has four children (Andrew, Oscar, Elsie and Louis) and holds an MBA from Washington University. When she's not working full time, she enjoys teaching business leaders how to implement sustainable economic & social change.


1 Comment

  • Wallace Benoit said...
    November 19, 2014 at 3:28 am

    This has been a really innovative concept and really appreciable by the crowd as being cost saving too.We just hope this concept to reach worldwide soon.