Community partners are critical to our success in collecting and distributing diapers to local families with diaper need. We are excited to partner with local nonprofits and businesses to help complete our mission.
If you are a local business with space for a small collection box, we’d love for you to donate the space for diaper drives or on a long-term basis. We provide a marked collection box and will pickup the contents at regular intervals or anytime the box is full.
Steadfast House – Steadfast House is part of the ABCCM agency in Asheville. Their mission is “to provide stability to homeless women and moms with children; provide personal skill building for women; provide education and training that equip women for employment and sustainable housing; provide reintegration skills and opportunities that lead to greater self-determination.”
Helpmate – Helpmate is a local nonprofit that provides services to victims of domestic violence in Buncombe County.
BEAR Closet at Snow Hill UMC – Baby Equipment and Resource Closet, which provides extra assistance for families to take care of their babies. They help supply basic necessities a baby needs early in life and serve to connect these families to resources in the community that they may not have known about. Located in Candler, NC.
BEAR Closet at Abernethy UMC – Baby Equipment and Resource Closet, which provides extra assistance for families to take care of their babies. They help supply basic necessities a baby needs early in life and serve to connect these families to resources in the community that they may not have known about.
Buncombe County Social Work Services – The mission of the Buncombe County Social Work Services is to partner with individuals, families and communities to strengthen their efforts toward independence, permanence and safety.
Community Action Opportunities – Community Action Opportunities works with citizens who live on limited incomes, elected public officials and private sector representatives to confront and solve the problems that cause poverty.
- Children & Family Resource Center – The Children & Family Resource Center improves children’s lives through parent education, quality child care resources and leadership on children’s issues throughout the community.
- Bright Blessings of Asheville – The programs of Bright Blessings bring positive emotional experiences to homeless children and their families by lifting spirits, boosting confidence, broadening horizons and supporting basic needs.
Verner Early Learning Center – The Verner Center for Early Learning provides low-income pregnant women and families with infants and toddlers with support via a home-based program and Early Head Start.
Irene Wortham Center – The Irene Wortham Early Learning Center provides developmental day services for children with and without developmental challenges.
Western Carolina Community Action – Western Carolina Community Action Early Head Start Program partners with local childcare centers and family child care providers serving infants and toddlers from low-income families to provide comprehensive services to those who need it most.
Emergency Diaper Program
Please contact our distribution partners if you need diapers. If you are unable to obtain diapers through our partners and are in a crisis situation, please contact us.
Our community distribution partners are required to sign a partnership agreement to help insure that diapers and supplies make it to those who need them most, in an appropriate manner. Diapers and supplies are provided to our partners at no charge and must be distributed, at no charge, to client families with diaper need. They must never be sold by our partner organizations or their employees/volunteers. They must be distributed without discrimination against race, color, creed, national origin, religion, age, gender, sexual orientation, political affiliation, or disability.
If any partner agency is found to be in knowing violation of our agreement, our relationship will be immediately discontinued and they will no longer benefit from our organization.
Distribution partner organizations must be a 501(c)(3) nonprofit in good standing, religious organization or local government agency.