close

Your Cart

Your Cart is Empty
  • Subtotal
    $0.00
    Shipping
    Free
  • Total (before taxes)
    $0.00

share the love

Share the Love Now Shipping Diapers to Families in Need
February 28, 2020 8:49 am | by
Share the Love now shipping diapers to families in need. #sharethelove

Share the Love will now ship free cloth diapers directly to families in need! “When my first baby was born, we were choosing between groceries and disposable diapers. A friend gave me cloth diapers. Her gift enabled us to buy food for our family while easing the burden of diapering our baby. Not too long later, I started a business and, for nearly 18 years, we’ve been working to make cloth diapers readily available to every family everywhere,” said Jennifer Labit, Cotton Babies founder and CEO. What is Share the Love? We started Share the Love in 2012 with the

 
Share the Love: What to Do With Cloth Diapers After Potty Training
July 9, 2019 8:16 pm | by
What to do with cloth diapers after potty training: Share the Love

Wondering what to do with your beloved cloth diapers after your baby has potty trained? If you don’t plan on having more kids, you have options. Many families cut up their old diapers as rags for cleaning. If you have diapers that have life left in them, you can either give them to a friend or sell them. But, there’s another option you might not have considered. Your diapers can keep on doing their job and help families in need when you donate them to a cloth diaper bank like Share the Love. Share the Love is a national cloth

 
Diaper Bank Has 1700 Reusable Diaper Changes Available to St. Louis Area Families
October 2, 2015 5:39 pm | by
Share the Love now shipping diapers to families in need. #sharethelove

When was the last time you were confronted with someone else’s need?  What was your response?  There will always be someone who needs aid of some kind, but it is vital that we each do our part.  When we feel the little tug on our insides to step out from our comfort zone, let’s all reach out and do what we can to help.  Speaking of needs, and in lieu of Diaper Need Awareness Week, we want to spotlight this prevalent issue right here in our own nation. Diaper need is a silent epidemic in the United States. According to a

 
Thursday Giveaway: Diaper Need Awareness
October 1, 2015 9:05 pm | by

This week is Diaper Need Awareness Week. To help more people learn more about this silent epidemic, Cotton Babies Share the Love is working to spread the word about diaper need and its devastating effects.   According to a recent study by Huggies, one in three families are forced to choose between everyday essentials and diapers. Many families cannot afford to purchase clean diapers and often resort to reusing disposables, which can lead to a number of heartbreaking issues like a rash, infection or emotional distress. Since there are few federal programs that provide assistance with diapers, we want to ensure that more

 
Share the Love: Helping More Families in Need
December 30, 2014 7:20 pm | by
Share the Love now shipping diapers to families in need. #sharethelove

Editor’s Note: This content was kindly (and voluntarily) shared with us by a Share the Love recipient. When I applied for a cloth diaper loan through Share the Love, I was 43 years old and 30 weeks pregnant with my fourth child, who had just been diagnosed with Down Syndrome. I am a housewife/stay-at-home mother who also cares for my husband’s 86-year-old grandmother that lives with us. My husband had been unemployed for four months, having worked part-time before then, and just received a 4-month trucking job. Needless to say, we have truly been struggling financially since fall 2013, but by scaling

 
Thursday Giveaway: Give a Gift
December 3, 2014 7:22 pm | by

‘Tis the season for giving. The holidays are a time for joy, celebration and compassion. For many families, it’s a chance to shower your loved ones with all their favorite goodies, but for those who are less fortunate, the holidays can be extremely stressful — and unaffordable.   Today, many families struggle to pay for diapers and other basic necessities like food and utilities. Share the Love was created to help these families — all year round. It’s a locally-sustainable, nationally-accessible cloth diaper bank that provides families with cloth diapers. This program enables low income families with reusable diapers, which

 
Share the Love FAQ
September 10, 2014 5:46 pm | by
Share the Love now shipping diapers to families in need. #sharethelove

What is Share the Love? Share the Love is a cloth diaper re-distribution program that distributes used cloth diapers to families in need.  Share the Love is not-for-profit program of Cotton Babies. All labor is volunteer. All diapers are donated. Is Share the Love a 501c3? This program is not currently set up as a non-profit (501c3), which means diapers that are given to the program are not tax deductible. The program does not accept any monetary donations. My application was denied. What do I do now? Your application could have been denied because diapers were not available to fit

 
Raising Awareness of Real Solutions
April 24, 2014 4:32 pm | by
Share the Love now shipping diapers to families in need. #sharethelove

Share the Love hosts are filled with plans for The Great Cloth Diaper Change tomorrow. If you are also planning to attend, you may see them there changing alongside you, at an informational booth, or even hosting your local event. We now have 106 host volunteers in 42 states. They want you to know they are there, ready to receive your donations and get them out to families who need them. Don’t know your local host? Look for them in the official Share the Love host tshirt the day of the event or email sharethelove@cottonbabies.com to help your local site.

 
Sharing the Love in Communities Throughout the Country
February 13, 2014 7:11 pm | by
Share the Love now shipping diapers to families in need. #sharethelove

Share the Love is two years old! One site in Saint Louis, Mo. has now grown to 100 host sites in 39 states across the U.S., which means love is definitely in the air this time of year and it’s clear that there’s a whole lot of it going around. Helping share the love among struggling families is accomplished by more than just the efforts of each of our amazing hosts. Each host is in a different community with a different set of resources. Hosts are encouraged to reach out to their communities for help in running their sites. They

 
Moms Helping Other Moms
January 24, 2014 4:26 pm | by
Share the Love now shipping diapers to families in need. #sharethelove

A few days ago several of my friends posted a slideshow of moms supporting other moms on Facebook. The point of the slideshow, at least what I got out of it, was that we should all support each other regardless of the differences in our parenting choices and experiences. What really struck me is that, in my role as Share the Love Program Coordinator, I see this every day. We have an amazing network of moms who, without judgement, just want to help other moms. Out of kindness and love, Share the Love hosts from all over the country with a