There are lots of cloth diaper charity organizations that collect new or used cloth diapers to be donated or loaned to families in need. This page features many of these organizations.
Cloth diaper charities do so much more than just lend out cloth diapers to families in need. They are advocates of cloth diapering in the community, and provide education and support to families who are making the transition to cloth.
These organizations are usually registered charities, and are run by volunteers. They work tirelessly to make cloth diapering affordable and accessible, through education, support, and assistance.
Cloth diaper lending organizations are always in search of cloth diapers to help families ditch the disposables and start a more affordable way of diapering with cloth. Many are registered charities and may even offer tax receipts for cash and in-kind (diaper or accessory) donations.
Diapers don't need to be in perfect condition, either. Charities will strip and disinfect used diapers, and many do small repairs. While the charities run on volunteer power, donations of cash are also gratefully accepted to help pay for additional diapers and accessories, shipping, materials for repairs, educational brochures and more.
Really want to use cloth but can't afford the start-up costs? If you are struggling to finance the transition to cloth diapers, you may be eligible for a cloth diaper loan from a cloth diaper charity. Check out the list of organizations below to see if there is one close to you, or look to one of the national organizations for help.
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It always feels so good to give! If you're looking for a local (or even not so local!) charity that helps others discover the benefits of cloth diapers
Cloth for a Cause - Ontario
Serving the Greater Toronto Area and all of Southern Ontario
Giving Diapers, Giving Hope Serving the entire continental USA
Fluffy Wishes Diaper Closet Serving Michigan
Sweet Cheeks Diaper Kits Serving North Carolina
Cloth for a Cause - Canada Serving Prince George, BC, with branches across Canada!
Ribbon n Stitches Not for Profit Retail Based in Louisiana
The Rebecca Foundation - Tennessee Based in East Tennessee
Cutie Bondoonies Diaper Kits Serving Yakima County, Washington
Cloth for a Cause Medicine Hat Serving Medicine Hat, Alberta
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Tomahawk Sustainment Mission. Bardstown, Kentucky
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Cloth Diaper Oklahoma
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Cloth For Every Bum Hinesville/Savannah GA
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Heiny Helpers in Bloomington, Indiana
What is your mission? The mission of Heiny Helpers is to provide cloth diapers and cloth diapering support to families with low income in the Bloomington, …
Babies in Cloth - Alberta, Canada Not rated yet
Babies in Cloth (BIC) has eight chapters throughout Alberta, Canada. Through the work of volunteers, BIC collects donations of new, used and in-need-of …
Diaper Connection, serving Columbus Ohio Not rated yet
Diaper Connection loans cloth diapers to families in Columbus, Ohio, that qualify for WIC. Our volunteers mentor families on using and caring for their …
Frugal Green Baby's Cloth Diaper Closet Not rated yet
Welcome to Frugal Green Baby’s Cloth Diaper Closet! **Nation-wide!** www.frugalgreenbaby.com The mission of the Cloth Diaper Closet is to share …
HOPE Diapers Not rated yet
What is your mission? HOPE Diapers is a social enterprise that is dedicated to teaching families with children in diapers the art of folding and using …
Cutie Bondoonie Diaper Kits Not rated yet
Our mission is to provide low income families with FREE cloth diapers and supplies and to educate the public about the cost-saving and environmental benefits …
Giving Diapers, Giving Hope Not rated yet
Giving Diapers, Giving Hope- Serving the continental U.S Giving Diapers, Giving Hope is a non-profit organization that provides education, support …
In Did I Ever Tell You How Lucky You Are? Dr. Seuss says, "You ought to be thankful a whole heaping lot, for the places and people you're lucky you're not."
I've always admired others who give deeply to causes they believe in. Over the past year as I built the Thinking About Cloth Diapers website, I often thought about whether there was a way to use this website to help others less fortunate.
Dr. Seuss' second reminder, from The Lorax provided inspiration: "Unless someone like you cares a whole awful lot, nothing is going to get better. Its' not!"
It took most of the year, but we've finally pulled together our first event designed to make a real difference!
This October, we're kicking off the first of (hopefully!) many charity events aimed to build awareness of cloth diaper manufacturers and retailers with strong morals and a focus on doing good things through their own charitable work. We want to introduce you to some fantastic companies who are using their brands to deliver positive changes throughout the world!
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