Nearly half of infants and toddlers in the U.S. are living in low-income families.  This means that over 5 million young children are living in families that have a hard time covering the cost of their family’s basic needs, including diapers for their young children.

The information sheets below report on the progress that diaper banks have made in each state.  The diaper bank information is collected from the annual survey that NDBN distributes to its members to assess how diaper need is being met.

STATES

ALABAMA   PDF

ALASKA   PDF

ARIZONA   PDF

ARKANSAS   PDF

CALIFORNIA   PDF

COLORADO   PDF

CONNECTICUT   PDF

DELAWARE   PDF

DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA   PDF

FLORIDA   PDF

GEORGIA   PDF

HAWAII

IDAHO   PDF

ILLINOIS   PDF

INDIANA  PDF

IOWA   PDF

KANSAS   PDF

KENTUCKY   PDF

LOUISIANA   PDF

MAINE   PDF

MARYLAND   PDF

MASSACHUSETTS   PDF

MICHIGAN   PDF

MINNESOTA   PDF

MISSISSIPPI   PDF

MISSOURI   PDF

MONTANA

NEBRASKA   PDF

NEVADA   PDF

NEW HAMPSHIRE   PDF

NEW JERSEY   PDF

NEW MEXICO   PDF

NEW YORK   PDF

NORTH CAROLINA   PDF

NORTH DAKOTA

OHIO   PDF

OKLAHOMA   PDF

OREGON   PDF

PENNSYLVANIA   PDF

RHODE ISLAND   PDF

SOUTH CAROLINA   PDF

SOUTH DAKOTA   PDF

TENNESSEE   PDF

TEXAS   PDF

UTAH   PDF

VERMONT

VIRGINIA   PDF

WASHINGTON   PDF

WEST VIRGINIA   PDF

WISCONSIN   PDF

WYOMING   PDF