Advocacy is education—telling law makers about diaper need,
about what you do as a diaper bank,
and sharing the stories of the people served by the diaper bank,
are all examples.   
There is no limit on advocacy.

A core mission of the National Diaper Bank Network is raising awareness of diaper need, and empowering people to advocate for changes in law and policy to address diaper need at the local, state, and national level. Individuals and not-for-profit organizations (like diaper banks) can lobby their elected officials to ask for laws that help ensure all children have the diapers they need to be clean, healthy, and dry.


Join us! Pennsylvania Lobby Day on Tuesday, April 17, 2018

The National Diaper Bank Network and diaper bank leaders throughout the state will hold our first Pennsylvania Lobby Day in Harrisburg on Tuesday, April 17, 2018.  Join us for a full of training, policy discussion, networking, outreach and, of course, meetings with legislators and their staff. Did I mention Tee Shirts? Participants will be the first to wear the newly designed NDBN tee shirt.
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Exciting Week! Policy Update – October 15, 2017

It has been a very exciting week! Click here to read more about recent policy developments that will help get more diapers to more families in need.  Some highlights from the newsletter are below: California is now the first state to implement a statewide diaper benefit for families!  Governor Brown signed AB 480 into law on October 12.  Find out.
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Just Released: NDBN and Huggies Survey

Kimberly-Clark, the parent company of Huggies®, and the National Diaper Bank Network commissioned two online surveys to understand and assess diaper need in the U.S. The first was a general parent population survey targeting adult respondents with diaper-aged children (0-3 years old) and the second survey targeted households determined to be in diaper need targeting adults with diaper-aged children (0-3.
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