What volunteer opportunities are available?2020-04-23T23:11:39-04:00

As a small nonprofit run by local families, we need volunteers! We are seeking volunteers in the following areas:

  • diaper collection
  • diaper wrapping
  • diaper drive planning and execution
  • event planning
  • community liaison

If you are interested in donating your time and talent, please contact us via the contact us form. We are hoping to work with individuals from all backgrounds and all walks of life to work together to wipe-out diaper need in our community. Thank you!!

Where do my diaper or financial donations go?2020-04-23T23:12:24-04:00

Diaper donations are repackaged for monthly distribution to partner organizations in Western North Carolina and, in emergency cases, those partners are able to request emergency supplies from us.

Financial donations are mostly used to purchase diaper and diaper supplies for distribution to families with diaper needs, through community partners. As a nonprofit diaper bank, we are usually able to purchase diapers at a much lower price than retail prices. We are a volunteer organization, so we have minimal operating expenses but some of the financial donations go toward those expenses also.

In March 2018, thanks in part to our donors, we were approved for our 501(c)(3) status with the IRS.

Can I donate any brand of diapers?2017-11-12T19:50:31-05:00

We welcome all brands of diapers you are interested in donating and we really appreciate all donations.

Do you accept adult diaper donations?2017-11-12T19:48:16-05:00

Sorry, but we are not currently accepting or distributing adult diapers because our focus is on families with infants & toddlers.

Can I donate open packages of disposable diapers?2017-12-14T14:32:03-05:00

Yes, please do. We know that many kids grow out of diapers and may leave you with extras. We accept open packages that you no longer need, as long as they are clean & dry. We repackage all diapers for our community partners.

Can I donate cloth diapers and accessories?2017-11-12T01:44:01-05:00

Yes, please! For families with preferences for cloth diapers, we hope you will consider donating cloth diapers and cloth diaper supplies. We are looking for donations of the following:

  • cloth diaper liners
  • cloth diaper covers
  • wet bags
  • laundry soap
Can I donate diapering supplies?2017-12-14T14:40:53-05:00

Absolutely! We are always looking for supplies to go along with the diapers that we distribute. We accept unopened diaper creams and wipes.  We are also always accepting cloth diaper supplies, including wet bags and liners.

Is my donation tax-deductible?2018-04-17T15:44:58-04:00

Yes, in most cases donations are tax-deductible. We are a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization with the IRS. Our EIN (Federal Tax ID) # is 82-3574436. Please consult a tax professional to determine whether your specific circumstances allow a tax deduction.

Can I donate money to Babies Need Bottoms?2018-03-18T09:51:09-04:00

We do not recommend sending cash by US Mail, but we do accept donations by mail. Cash can be lost or stolen in US Mail, so please consider sending checks if you cannot use our online donations. Online donations can be made using credit/debit cards and use a secure, encrypted processing system that does not store your financial data in our database. We are a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization and our EIN # is 82-3574436.

If you would still prefer to mail your donation, here is our mailing address:

Babies Need Bottoms, Inc.
PO Box 5171
Asheville, NC 28813

Please be sure to include your contact information so we can send you a thank you and place you in our database of generous donors!

How do I get diapers from your diaper bank?2021-01-05T10:24:34-05:00

In order to more efficiently and effectively share donated diapers & supplies, we distribute most diapers through community partner agencies. We have partnered with amazing organizations in the Greater Asheville area. You can find our list of community partners here.

If you or someone you know is in a crisis situation and has an emergency diaper need, please read more about our emergency diaper assistance program.

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