6 Years of Service- 60 Families Receive Cloth Diapers With No Shipping Fee

It’s hard to believe but Giving Diapers, Giving Hope is approaching another milestone- 6 Years of Service! We are the longest running national cloth diaper bank in operation and extremely proud of the team we have that make it all happen. Our shipping partners Thirsties and Kelly’s Closet have been with us over 2 years of that time and they do a phenomenal job of preparing shipments of cloth diapers to our approved families.

We wanted to do something special to celebrate and thanks to the stock of cloth diapers we have at this moment and the funds we have raised we decided to run a special promotion- the next 60 families who apply for GDGH and are approved will receive their box of hope at no shipping fee to them! Our program usually charges each approved family a $15 shipping fee.

If you would like to apply for our program to receive this benefit here is what you will need to know before you do:

  • The same process for application and approval are in place- you must still fit within our guidelines to be approved. For more on who is eligible see our FAQ.
  • You will know you are one of the 60 families who receive free shipping only after you apply and are approved. If you get an email immediately after qualification approval that your payment has processed then you received the free shipping.
  • Approved clients who receive diapers at no shipping fee to them are still responsible for whatever the cost of shipping is to return the diapers once they are finished using them.

 

It is our hope that this promotion helps get more cloth diapers into the hands of families who need them and it does our heart good to know that it will be at an even greater savings than ever before. We can’t offer free shipping all the time since we typically use the moajority of our donated funds to buy diapers for our program. It is a happy coincidence that we are able to have enough diapers and funds at the time of our anniversary to help 60 families.

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Please spread the word to family or friends who would benefit from a set of cloth diapers; using cloth can save $60 or month per family, a savings that is so valuable for so many. 

If you are in the position to assist consider making a donation to Giving Diapers, Giving Hope. Our program has been able to provide thousands of families with a box of hope since we began in 2011. Donations enable us to buy more cloth diapers for our program. You can also donate your new or gently used diapers to one of our shipping partners.

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Please note that any families who previously applied for our program who have paid their shipping or who are awaiting approval are not able to retroactively apply for the free shipping or request a refund. We thank you for understanding.

2016 Year in Review for GDGH

Each year we dive into the data in order to compile a comprehensive report for our donors and partners. It’s a good way to let us see what we accomplished as well as what we need to work on for the next year.

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We shipped a lot of diapers, over 12,000, in 2016 to more than 500 families and babies. While this is not a huge jump in families served it is more than we shipped to in 2015. We also shipped to the majority of those families in a shorter amount of time than in previous years thanks to the quick help of our donation partners Thirsties and Kelly’s Closet.

In 2016 we also celebrated our 5 year Anniversary, making us the longest continually running national cloth diaper bank in the US.

The donations given by families were so heartwarming this year, letting us know that our bank is making a difference and supporters value what we are able to do.

We will continue to need your help to serve 500 or more families in the coming year so please consider donating.

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GDGH Families- Brianna’s Story

September 26-October 2 is Diaper Need Awareness Week. Last year our organization hosted an incredible fundraising “telethon” utilizing the Periscope live broadcast app. This year we decided to make things lower key and instead focus on stories that reflect how cloth diapering (and Giving Diapers, Giving Hope) 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 using cloth diapers can eliminate that monthly expense, enabling families to use that $60+ per month towards food, power, and the many other bills they face. If you’d like to support our program 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 here: Donate to GDGH or use these links to quickly make your tax-deductible donation.

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Thank you for helping us keep babies dry and healthy.

This is Brianna J.’s story.

When my husband and I planned to start our family we never imagined our baby would be born 3 months premature. On the night she was born a well-intentioned member of the hospital staff came into our room and advised us that is was in no way uncommon for a micropreemie like her to cost upward of half a million dollars in medical bills. As if having a medically fragile child were not enough stress, my husband and I were at a loss of how we would pay such staggering bills. I frantically began searching for ways to save money. I had considered cloth diapering our daughter and the savings were a clear advantage, however the upfront cost was daunting.

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I came across giving diapers giving hope in my research and their program has been a god send for us, especially since I lost my job not long after having our baby. Giving diapers giving hope was a glimmer of light for us in a terrible situation.

Look for more GDGH family stories this week. Thank you Brianna for sharing your story with us in honor of Diaper Need Awareness Week. Some stories and quotes have been edited for typos or clarity.

GDGH Families- Kimberly’s Story

September 26-October 2 is Diaper Need Awareness Week. Last year our organization hosted an incredible fundraising “telethon” utilizing the Periscope live broadcast app. This year we decided to make things lower key and instead focus on stories that reflect how cloth diapering (and Giving Diapers, Giving Hope) 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 using cloth diapers can eliminate that monthly expense, enabling families to use that $60+ per month towards food, power, and the many other bills they face. If you’d like to support our program by donating your gently used cloth diapers or by making a monetary donation (85% of donations directly assist our families through the purchase of diapers and shipping costs) you can find out more here: Donate to GDGH or use these links to quickly make your tax-deductible donation.

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Thank you for helping us keep babies dry and healthy.

This is Kimberly R.’s story.

I didn’t know anything about cloth diapering. A friend of mine from Florida is very crunchy and she had introduced me when my son was born, but I never had any interest. With my second, my daughter, I looked into it. Saw how cost effective it is and how it helps save so much money. Around when I found out I was pregnant, my daughters dad switched jobs. To a far less paying one, but one that offered insurance. We struggled to get the things we needed for her. And I knew we would never have the money to buy the diapers and liners. I didn’t even know if we would be able to afford disposables.

I had reached out to a friend and she mentioned giving diapers, giving hope. I applied; and thankfully, was approved. I am so grateful. We have only bought 2 cases of diapers in the 7 months my daughter has been here.

This program is amazing. And makes something that seems overwhelming and costly, a possibility. Thank you for all you do and have helped us with. Without this program, I would be scraping pennies together to buy diapers.

Look for more GDGH family stories this week. Thank you Kimberly for sharing your story with us in honor of Diaper Need Awareness Week. Some stories have been edited for typos or clarity.

GDGH Family Stories- Kayla’s Story

September 26-October 2 is National Diaper Need Awareness Week. Last year our organization hosted an incredible fundraising “telethon” utilizing the Periscope live broadcast app. This year we decided to make things lower key and instead focus on stories that reflect how cloth diapering (and Giving Diapers, Giving Hope) 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 using cloth diapers can eliminate that monthly expense, enabling families to use that $60+ per month towards food, power, and the many other bills they face. If you’d like to support our program 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 here: Donate to GDGH 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 button below.


Thank you for helping us keep babies dry and healthy.

This is Kayla L.’s story.

When my son was 3 months old I decided to switch to cloth diapers because he was allergic to pampers (which my mom bought for us at the hospital she worked at) and huggies were too expensive. I did not want to have to worry about running out of diapers and so I applied for a cloth lending program through GDGH.

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The process was pretty simple, and I recieved an answer pretty fast and diapers relatively fast as well. I recieved 6 prefolds, 3 covers, 3 or 4 pockets, some microfiber inserts, a snappi, and a wetbag to put everything in. It was tremendous and enough for 1-1.5 days of diapering. With that help I was able to buy some more and have enough for 2-3 days.  The wetbag itself is a large cost for the one they sent me so I am very grateful. My son no longer has an allergic reaction…it has pointed me in other directions of cloth reusable items to save money (cloth paper towels, wipes, toilet paper, menstrual pads) I save TONS now and I feel happy knowing its less chemicals, my baby is happy, and I am doing a small bit to help the environment. I was even able to help others switch to cloth after I had this information and help!

Look for more GDGH family stories this week. Thank you Kayla for sharing your story with us in honor of Diaper Need Awareness Week. Some stories and quotes have been edited for typos or clarity.

GDGH Family Stories- Amanda’s Story

September 26-October 2 is National Diaper Need Awareness Week. Last year our organization hosted an incredible fundraising “telethon” utilizing the Periscope live broadcast app. This year we decided to make things lower key and instead focus on stories that reflect how cloth diapering (and Giving Diapers, Giving Hope) 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 using cloth diapers can eliminate that monthly expense, enabling families to use that $60+ per month towards food, power, and the many other bills they face. If you’d like to support our program 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 here: Donate to GDGH 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 button below.


Thank you for helping us keep babies dry and healthy.

This is Amanda R.’s story.

My introduction to GDGH was on a foster parent forum. I applied and received prefolds and Thirsties duo covers just a couple of weeks later. We started part time immediately. One of the children (now adopted) has sensory issues and the cloth diapers helped immensely.

I contacted a friend that had cloth diapered to ask about washing advice. At our adoption party she gifted all her cloth diapers to us!! That put us over the edge into cloth diapering full time in the day.

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We were still stuck on a night solution and used sposies. When we requested a size up from GDGH I inquired about night solutions. We were lent 3 Binky D OS day Fitteds that we use at night. That has opened up a whole new world for us and we are now 100% cloth. We’re thrilled to help with the environment and I wish we’d tried cloth sooner. No more stinky diaper pail!! We never would have gotten that push without the assistance of GDGH because the upfront costs were too great.

Look for more GDGH family stories this week. Thank you Amanda for sharing your story with us in honor of Diaper Need Awareness Week. Some stories and quotes have been edited for typos or clarity.

GDGH Families- Elizabeth’s Story

September 26-October 2 is National Diaper Need Awareness Week. Last year our organization hosted an incredible fundraising “telethon” utilizing the Periscope live broadcast app. This year we decided to make things lower key and instead focus on stories that reflect how cloth diapering (and Giving Diapers, Giving Hope) 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 using cloth diapers can eliminate that monthly expense, enabling families to use that $60+ per month towards food, power, and the many other bills they face. If you’d like to support our program 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 here: Donate to GDGH 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 button below.


Thank you for helping us keep babies dry and healthy.

This is Elizabeth M.’s story.

…we constantly had to chose buying expensive disposable diapers over paying our bills in full. My son’s bum is so sensitive he was allergic to generic brands and we could only use Pamper Brand diapers. We’d try to save money by buying the big boxes but he always seemed to out grow them before we could finish the entire box so off to buy more we’d go. My husband and I would go without items needed in the household in order to make sure we had the funds to buy disposable diapers. I have leukemia so I’m unable to work yet since I no longer do intrevenous chemotherapy and use a daily oral chemotherapy I don’t qualify for disability. 

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Giving Diapers Giving Hope helped so much with the diaper loan program. We no longer have to buy disposable diapers and we’re able to catch up on our bills and no longer have to figure out what could be pushed off for an extra month or two. I no we are truly grateful for Giving Diapers Giving Hope.

Look for more GDGH family stories this week. Thank you Elizabeth for sharing your story with us in honor of Diaper Need Awareness Week. Some stories and quotes have been edited for typos or clarity.

Purchase with a Purpose- Buy HOPE or LOVE and give back to GDGH

Giving Diapers, Giving Hope is so pleased to share that two leading cloth diaper manufacturers, Smart Bottoms and Thirsties, have made it their mission to give back by offering limited edition prints that support GDGH.

Love,” the 2016 Giving Diapers Giving Hope benefit diaper is available at MommyCon at the Smart Bottoms booth at all remaining locations.  For those who aren’t able to attend many fans of the brand sync with members of the brand’s loyal Facebook group to arrange purchases through those who can attend.  Future MommyCon dates are listed on their website.  $5 from the sale of each Love print will be donated to GDGH.  Last year the MommyCon diaper, Jax & Jill, raised over $8,000 for GDGH.

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Hope” is a Thirsties limited edition print available through participating retailers and ThirstiesBaby.com.  Thirsties is also one of GDGH’s shipping partners and has partnered with GDGH on product donations through the years.  All profits from Hope will be donated to GDGH and we expect this to be our largest single donation yet.

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We are so grateful to Smart Bottoms and Thirsties for giving back to the cloth diaper community in such a generous way. With their help we will be able to make our mission sustainable and ensure we never have to refuse families from our program due to financial constraints.

Give $5 for 5 Years of GDGH

This Earth Day GDGH will be celebrating our 5th Anniversary! Started by Kristen McCarthy, we were just a local bank at first. It wasn’t long though until families around the country reached out for help. The other national cloth diaper banks had shut down so Kristen thought she would fill that void! I remember warning her that cloth diaper banking is hard work and that all other banks had closed, why should hers succeed? I worried for my friend that she would be another bank that struggled and failed.

Here we are, almost 5 years later, still serving families all over the US! We’ve been fortunate to have received assistance from amazing individuals and companies in our existence. We will continue to rely on that support as our bank meets the needs of 30-60+ families a month! That is a LOT of cloth diapers! During the month of April in honor of our 5 Years of Service we are asking each of our friends to donate $5. This small amount will help us buy new diapers. Challenge your cloth diaper community to do the same. Together we can all help GDGH continue its work of giving a hand up to thousands of families who couldn’t otherwise afford the start-up cost of cloth diapers.

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Right now GDGH is stronger than it has ever been. Our two new shipping partners Thirsties and Kelly’s Closet have done the most phenomenal job handling the physical side of our organization. Team members sort inbound donations and ship to all approved families. They make sure families get the diapers they need and do it all without being seen doing it, a true sign of charity and heart.

Maria Moser from Change-Diapers joined our team 2 years ago as a volunteer and soon she proved to be far more valuable than that. Every week she handles the application approvals and emails, helps make sure both of our shipping partners have the diapers they need to fill applications, and does it all while maintaining her website and outside work. We’d certainly be lost without her and things have been running so smoothly thanks to her reliable nature.

It’s funny how I warned Kristen not to start this diaper bank 5 years ago and now I’m Executive Director. I cheered for it from afar, then began to help promote it and raise donations, then took over 2 years ago when the former President stepped down. I knew the organization well enough to move it forward and had already played such a huge role in its growth that stepping up to run it was a natural choice. I’m grateful that my connections within the cloth diaper industry through Dirty Diaper Laundry have given the organization the support it needs to help as many families as possible. What began 5 years ago as a small bank that helped 3-8 families a month has grown to something far bigger.

I say this over and over but it bears repeating- Giving Diapers, Giving Hope has the BEST supporters. We just do. While the government and the general public AND the media may say cloth diapers aren’t a solution to diaper need, we know it is. We will continue fighting to help these families overcome the start-up cost of cloth diapers because it’s the right thing to do. We will keep fundraising to buy diapers to satisfy the current demand because families deserve sustainable options that cure their need to buy diapers each week. Kristen started GDGH 5 years ago because she experienced that need after she lost her job, luckily she already had the cloth diapers needed. Her story and inspiration are why we are here helping others just like her who need a hand-up to help keep their babies clean and dry.  We help families like this one:

“I recently became a stay at home mommy of 3 children, after realizing that with my job we weren’t bringing home any money from my paycheck. My whole paycheck went to daycare, and in my gas tank to go to and from work. Once I became a stay at home mom I realized that I was pregnant, and with 3 kids and one on the way with one income the stress level went through the roof. We have been struggling for a very long time, trying to provide food, clothes and a roof over our head’s as well as keep our children’s needs met without them knowing that mommy and daddy are broke. Diapering has been, (sighs), hard. We have gone through a few churches and local agencies to help cover my sons butt in the past, but those are few and far between, especially with the sizes that they have donated to them being for infants. My son is turning one in a few weeks and we aren’t out of the woods in diapering by any means, having one thing less to worry about in, your company providing us with relief. would mean the world to us. We have been searching for ways to save some money and this was one area we were sure we weren’t going to be able to do so.”

So, please consider giving just $5 to help us provide those cloth diapers to qualified families. It’s a Starbucks latte, a Jamba Juice smoothie, a pint of ice cream, or another tube of lipstick in a color that you probably already have.  We always appreciate cloth diaper donations in good used condition as well.

As an added incentive we have teamed up with three cloth diaper companies who will each be offering a gift to 1 donor (randomly picked from those who donate this month only). Not only that, but it’s a gift for 1 person and a friend of their choosing!

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Thirsties is providing the new print “Hope” in an unreleased and unannounced product to be revealed in the coming weeks! Hope, the new print adorned with origami cranes and clouds in watercolor, will not be available until mid-May. Origami cranes are themselves a symbol of hope so it’s a fitting print.  The winner of this giveaway and their friend will be one of the first to get their hands on this product AND print! Sales of any Thirsties product in Hope will benefit Giving Diapers, Giving Hope. We are so thankful to Thirsties for their support of GDGH and this is one more way they are making our program possible.

Sloomb (sustainable babyish) is also providing a prize (TBA)! At the very first Great Cloth Diaper Change in 2011 Kristen (GDGH Founder) held her first cloth diaper drive at the (now former) Framingham, MA home of Sloomb. This drive is what launched our organization and provided the first cloth diapers ever loaned to local families in MA. We are grateful for their kindness that helped us in our very humble beginnings and their continued generous donations over the years.

Kelly’s Closet is providing a $25 GC for for one donor and their friend. Kelly’s Closet has been a champion of Giving Diapers, Giving Hope since our earliest days. When we needed more help with shipping they were generous enough to take on the role of shipping partner. They’ve made GDGH the recipient of their “DONATE” coupon code and use their platform online to encourage their fans to donate to us.

These gifts are only eligible for residents of the US who donate $5 or more during the month of April.  The winner of each can select one friend in the US who receives the matching gift.

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2015 Year in Review for GDGH

If we could summarize 2015 in 1 word it would be remarkable.  The year has been one full of positive changes for our organization and one of major challenges too.  The way the community and friends rallied around GDGH and the results of that support for the families who need us- it’s something too vast to put into words.

To show what we’ve been able to accomplish for our families, with the crucial help of those who donated this year, we put together an infographic.  Even though it appears we served less families this year we actually served MORE families with our full boxes of hope (consisting of 16-24 changes worth of cloth diapers each family.)  In 2014 we ran a limited Starter Kit promotion with Thirsties that brought our numbers up by 140 families and each kit contained 4-5 covers without a shipping fee.

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GDGH shipped to over 425 families and that’s incredible!  While that number may not be huge consider the expense a full set of diapers can cost on average ($150-300+) and the burden lifted that our services provides.

To make all of this possible it takes the combined efforts of countless people.  Other than myself and Maria who take care of the administrative, fundraising, and the other behind the scenes work there are several people on the shipping teams who make this all happen.  We now we have employees from Thirsties and Kelly’s Closet sorting donations and repackaging for each approved family and we’re so happy to have their support!

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The GDGH staging area at Thirsties’ warehouse in CO and a recent box of hope that Kathleen packed and shipped to an approved family

Speaking of donations, this year we have been on the receiving end of so many wonderful shipments from both companies and families.  Tos Bots, Blueberry, Thirsties, AppleCheeks, Sweet Pea Diapers, Lalabye Baby, Geffen Baby, Tushmate, Green Mountain Diapers, Kissaluvs, Rumparooz, GroVia, Osocozy, Abby’s Lane, Smart Bottoms, Super Undies, Spray Pal, Sloomb, QD Spray, DiaperShops, Dream Diapers, Diaper Junction, Tidy Tots, Pinstripes and Polkadots, GEN-Y, BALM Baby, AMP, The Diaper Fairy, Samozrejme, and so many others made our work possible.  Big or small, each donation adds up!  We made the difficult decision to no longer accept non-compliant diapers so it’s more crucial than ever that amazing companies like the ones above continue to support us.

Boxes of diaper donations ready for sorting

Boxes of diaper donations ready for sorting

We also raised more funds this year than ever- this allowed us to cover part of the shipping costs for families for most of the year until we changed the program (we no longer have families pre-pay return shipping thus the overall cost of shipping is now lower.)  Even with an increase in funds we still saw 80.7% of our revenue going straight towards the families through either shipping costs or purchasing diapers.  The rest paid our website costs, telephone, accounting expenses, etc.  0% was spent on payroll since we are still an all volunteer organization.  (a full report of our spending and shipments stats is being sent to our donors and supporters) We’d like to send a special thank you to Smart Bottoms, Abby’s Lane, Blueberry, Jayne, Leigh, Spray-Pal, Qd Spray, Rumparooz, Lo-Wren, Eyla’s Imports, Green Child Magazine, Sweet Pea Diapers, and BALM Baby for going above and beyond with their fundraising/contributions.

To quickly summarize this amazing year- new logo, new shipping partners, new operating system, new brochures, new fundraising endeavors, program changes- same generous volunteers behind the mission.  

Maria Moser (left) and Kim Rosas (right)- the administrative team for GDGH

Maria Moser (left) and Kim Rosas (right)- the administrative team for GDGH

In 2016 you’ll see a few new faces with GDGH and we will be celebrating our 5 Year Anniversary.  We remain the longest running cloth diaper bank in existence and after our 5 year milestone this will make us the longest running cloth diaper bank ever, surpassing the 5 year run of Miracle Diapers before they re-structured then closed shortly after.  I attribute our longterm success to our small, trustworthy team and our commitment to transparency and privacy.  Maria Moser, Director of Operations, has been such an amazing asset to GDGH and I can’t thank her enough for the countless hours she pours into GDGH.  Our handful of advisory board members are a crucial part of the organization who help with donation drives, fundraisers, and other tasks too plentiful to list.  This year more than ever I witnessed our community rally behind GDGH- the love and passion others have for this mission is beyond words.  They’re the unshakable foundation that has supported us since the beginning.

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In the next year we plan to keep doing just as we have been; it’s a system that works for our families and us.  To reach underserved populations who are probably not on the cloth diapering boards and groups we will be offering printed brochures.  If you are interested in distributing them to your community in suitable offices or agencies you can request so by emailing givingdiapersgivinghope@gmail.com.  After our Periscopathon this year we realized that we needed to find a way to explain our program and the benefits of reusable diapers to parents who aren’t in our community.  The brochures do a great job of that and have already been sent to several WIC offices and social workers who have asked for ways they can tell families about us.  Due to our small team size please be patient with us on the requests for pamphlets.

To close this all out I need to say THANK YOU to everyone who makes this all happen.  Maria, Amanda, Calley, Tricia, Bobbi, David, Sadler, Kathleen, Julie, Jen, Christy, Geoff, Malena, Amity, Diraj, Jessica, Kristen, Steven, Laura, Jennifer, Kim… we couldn’t have done it without you all.  There are many more but I had to stop typing at some point.

GDGH team and friends

From left: Maria Moser, Amity Hoopk-Sopko, Kim Rosas, David Merrill, Jessica Slattery, Amanda Hearn, Calley Pate, Sadler Merrill, Bobbi-Jean Palmer

 

Cheers!

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