diaper need awareness weekSeptember 25 to October 1, 2017

Take Action

National Diaper Bank Network (NDBN), the foremost authority on diaper need in America, invites you to join us to help raise awareness of diaper need in the United States, not only during Diaper Need Awareness Week, but year-round!

Take action, and together with NDBN, help keep babies clean, dry and healthy!

Get Active!

What can you, your diaper bank or organization do to support Diaper Need Awareness Week 2017?

1)  Request a proclamation from your state or local officials;

2)  Host a diaper drive to support a local diaper bank and Diaper Need Awareness Week;

3)  Organize an event or activity with proceeds benefiting a local diaper bank;

4)  Raise awareness of Diaper Need by keeping the conversation alive on social media. Follow us on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter;

5)  Donate to the National Diaper Bank Network to support our efforts to work with diaper banks across the country to get diapers to babies!

Tell Us!

Submit your Diaper Need Awareness Week event or activity and we will post it on our website’s Events page! Add your event here.

What Is Diaper Need

The lack of a sufficient supply of diapers to keep an infant or toddler clean, dry and healthy.

Diaper Need Awareness Week is an initiative of the National Diaper Bank Network (NDBN) created to mobilize efforts to help make a difference in the lives of the nearly 5.2 million babies in the U.S. aged three or younger who live in poor or low-income families.

Acting together — individuals, diaper banks, faith-based institutions, service providers, businesses, organizations and elected officials — we can get diapers to all babies in need.


  • Inform your elected officials
  • Increase awareness within your state & community
  • Promote opportunities for you to talk and help raise diapers & dollars
  • Champion change led by you, diaper bankers, and our supporters

Click here for a list of 2017 Proclamations


"I recently had a baby girl. She is 3 months old. I also have two other daughters 5 and 9. I raise them all on my own and have recently been diagnosed with a seizure disorder... I can only work part time light duty. Needless to say things have gotten extremely hard in the past 3 months. I really need some extra help in any way possible especially with diapers, wipes and clothes until I can get back on my feet. "


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