Supporting Families & Cloth for Diaper Need Awareness Week

by Amanda Hearn

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Diaper Need AwarenessI have been a long-time supporter of Giving Diapers, Giving Hope – a cloth diaper lending organization that help families provide clean, sustainable diapers for their children. Saving money to pay for vital things like food, utilities, and more.

Each year, the National Diaper Bank Network highlights this need with National Diaper Need Awareness Week (September 26-October 2, 2016).

Las year, GDGH held a groundbreaking telethon style fundraiser on Periscope. It raised enough funds to carry them through the year (and beyond) – enabling them to help nearly 50 families per month.

This year Giving Diapers, Giving Hope will focus on stories that reflect how cloth diapering (and GDGH) helps families who otherwise wouldn’t be able to afford to begin cloth diapering.

1 in 3 families struggle to afford diapers of any kind and there are no public assistance programs that directly provide diaper assistance.

Diapers are a basic necessity for babies, and cloth diapers can effectively eliminate that monthly expense. Cloth can enable families to use that $60+ per month towards food, power, and the many other bills they face.

If you’d like to support Giving Diapers, Giving Hope by donating your gently used cloth diapers or by making a monetary donation (80% of donations directly assist our families through the purchase of diapers and shipping costs) you can find out more at Giving Diapers, Giving Hope or use these links to quickly make your tax-deductible donation.

Donate $5 now | Donate $10 now | Donate $25 now | Donate $50 now

or choose your own amount to donate using the form on the Donate page at GDGH.

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Amanda Hearn

Amanda Hearn

Founder of The Eco-Friendly Family, design geek, serial tanktopist, content creator, mother, coffee addict, & lover of fun. I am also a partner at Green Child Magazine & Put A Cup In It!
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