Donate 1 Diaper to Giving Diapers, Giving Hope for Diaper Need Awareness Week


September 8-14, 2014 is Diaper Need Awareness week. This event was started by the National Diaper Bank Network to recognize the diaper gap in America. My friends at Giving Diapers, Giving Hope are part of the solution to diaper need. They’ve helped over 600 families and shipped nearly 11,000 cloth diapers to qualified families for just the cost of shipping since they began in 2011. To raise awareness about Diaper Need and help more families get the cloth diapers they provide they are sponsoring #GivingHope September 8-16! They want to challenge YOU to pick ONE cloth diaper in good used condition, or new condition to send to us. For many of you it won’t be much of a challenge. They also want your donation to inspire others so if you'd like, post a photo to Instagram! Here is how: 1. Take a photo of you with a diaper in an envelope addressed to: GDGH Donations C/O The Natural Baby Co 1203 North Rouse Unit 3E Bozeman MT 59715 2. Cover your return address with your hand or a ... [ Read More ]

Cloth Diaper Banks & Other Free Diapering Options #schoolofcloth

Cloth Diaper Banks

Welcome back to the School of Cloth.  This is a month long educational event sponsored by the Real Diaper Association, cloth diaper businesses, cloth diapering bloggers, and the entire cloth diaper community to help raise awareness about cloth diaper.  We’re glad you found us! In week 3 of our School of Cloth we’re going to be sharing information about cloth diaper banks and other options for diaper in times of need.  Be sure to check out the schedule of live classes listed on the RDA website and Attend the School of Cloth! Today I want to start with a story about an event that happened just today.  The kids and I made a brief trip to WalMart to pick up a few things before heading to the grocery store.  While cruising through the aisles, a dad was pushing his young toddler in the shopping cart and talking to him.  He said, "Daddy has to get you diapers and then we can go home." and kept on walking.  I didn't think much of it at the time and we continued to do our shopping. We ... [ Read More ]