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National Diaper Bank Network (NDBN) is dedicated to eliminating diaper need in the United States, by leading a national movement to safeguard the basic needs of all babies and their families, including access to clean, dry diapers.
NDBN offers a simple, workable solution to ending diaper need—provide diapers to every American infant and toddler. Building national awareness of diaper need, and engaging key individuals, community organizations, thought leaders and policymakers are critical factors to achieving the solution.
National Diaper Bank Network
Diaper banks meet an overlooked need
National Catholic Reporter September 8, 2014
The diaper bank concept: diaper need is a malady of early childhood poverty.
Contemporary Pediatrics July 1, 2014
Diaper Need and Its Impact on Child Health
Pediatrics July 29, 2013
Non-profit network growing to meet oft-overlooked need: diapers
Non-Profit Quarterly March 22, 2013
Local Diaper Banks / Individuals in the News
Starting a Diaper Bank
Time April 27, 2009
She Puts Hundreds of Babies in Diapers
People May 12, 2008
Joanne Goldblum, Person of the Week
ABC News July 29 2008