Due to slow funding for the Diapers-For-Babies program, we are no longer accepting applications as of December 29, 2010 until we are able to service the 3,500 Babies currently in our need database. Please, take note! This notice will be removed when enough funding is available.
If you are in a position where you would like to adopt a family it costs $700 for one year of diapers. If you want to make a donation to this program you can make one through this link!
How To Qualify:
Your child is qualified to receive free diapers-for-babies for one year is your annual household income meet the Health and Human Services Poverty Guidelines. These guidelines are a simplification of the poverty thresholds for use for administrative purposes – for instance, determining financial eligibility for certain federal programs, such as Head Start, the Food Stamp Program, the National School Lunch Program, the Low-Income Home Energy Assistance Program, and the Children’s Health Insurance Program. Unlike the “federal poverty thresholds,” the “poverty guidelines” make no distinction of age; yet do provide separate guidelines for Alaska and Hawaii.
They also have programs to help disabled people get wheelchairs and a program to help a low income neighbor.
Don’t forget that you could qualify for WIC if you qualify for this diaper program above.