Diaper need is the lack of a sufficient supply of diapers to keep an infant or toddler clean, dry, and healthy.
1 in 3 U.S. moms report suffering from Diaper Need
3 million children under 3 live in poor or low-income families.
Diapers can cost $70 to $100 per month, and babies need 6 to 10 diapers per day.
31% of infants and toddlers with at least one parent who works full-time live in low-income families.
Diaper need impacts the physical, mental, and economic wellbeing of children and their caregivers.
Lack of diapers has a profound and complex impact on families, including health risks like rashes and urinary tract infections for children and mental problems such as stress, anxiety, and depression for parents and children.
Low income families are also likely to not have private laundry facilities meaning cloth diapering is not an option for them.
Diaper banks help address diaper need by providing diapers to nearly one million infants and toddlers each year.
(585) 590 - 6626 (daily 9am - 5pm)
Project Stork Inc.
20 Webber Avenue
Oakfield, NY 14125
Project Stork Inc. believes every baby and toddler needs a sufficient supply of diapers to remain clean, dry, and healthy.