Month: August 2015

Forbes.com Covers Diaper Need

“Barrier To Entry: How Diaper Need Isolates Parents” is the title of a new article by Anna Bahney posted on Forbes.com.  The piece is among several recent news articles on #DiaperNeed and the National Diaper Bank Network. Give it a read and share the article on social media feeds. ———————– “Parenting a baby, despite its […]

NDBN Welcomes Three New Board Members

      We are pleased to welcome three new members to the National Diaper Bank Network Board of Directors! Joining the board for three-year terms are Corinne Cannon, founder and executive director of DC Diaper Bank, which serves the Washington, D.C. metropolitan area, Vicki Clark, a renowned nonprofit leader and consultant based in Memphis, […]

Public School Isn’t Free, and Not Everyone Can Afford It

 The following column by National Diaper Bank Network Executive Director Joanne Goldblum originally appeared August 25, 2015 in the Impact What Works section of The Huffington Post. If you have three children attending public school, you can expect to pay $3,000 for school supplies and extra-curricular activity fees in the coming year. That information comes courtesy of the Ohio-based Huntington Bank, […]