Become a volunteer

Now, more than ever, we need volunteers.

Over half of all diaper bank programs rely entirely on volunteer activity. Diaper banks in the National Diaper Bank Network come in many different sizes – but regardless of size, they can always use a helping hand. Spending a few hours sorting, packing or wrapping diapers and other basic need items can make a huge difference for your local program and the families they serve.

Get creative!

There are so many ways you can volunteer your time and expertise to a diaper bank. Got a knack for graphic design? Create some flyers for an upcoming diaper drive or update their logo. Social media savvy? Help your local program get the attention it deserves online by creating or updating their social media channels. Good with numbers? We have volunteers who have offered their accounting services to programs in need as well.

Hosting diaper wrapping events or diaper drives are also great options for work related team building exercises.

Volunteer Today!

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asterix iconVolunteer Opportunities

All basic needs banks need the support of community volunteers. Our new volunteer platform makes it easy for you to identify opportunities and sign up for activities and events in local communities, just click on the link below to begin your search. Volunteering is a great way for you, your friends and family, or a group to make a meaningful difference. More volunteer opportunities from more programs are being added each week, so please check back on ways you can help!

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asterix iconFind a local diaper bank.

The National Diaper Bank Network is made up of over 240 diaper bank programs around the country, serving over 200,000 children a month. This important and tireless work to alleviate diaper need can not be done without caring individuals like you. Check out our member directory to find a program closest to you.


Become a monthly donor.

Monthly donations provide a reliable source of support and allow us to
continue our efforts to end diaper need in the United States.