NDBN Member Network

The National Diaper Bank Network (NDBN)  is a nationwide network of over 200 diaper banks that work to assist people who cannot afford diapers and other basic needs by collecting and distributing the products needed.  Partnering with more than 3,500 neighborhood-based nonprofit organizations, NDBN diaper banks help strengthen communities by supporting anti-hunger programs, health initiatives and early education.  Learn more at the NDBN website.

About Membership

NDBN sets the standard for best practices among nonprofit diaper bank programs in the United States. Members receive training to provide public education and outreach to government and business leaders in order to advance the national effort to safeguard one of the most basic needs of all babies and their families.  Fair access to clean diapers improves the physical, mental and economic well-being of babies, families, and communities.

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What does NDBN do?

NDBN coordinates a network of diaper banks capable of improving their local communities. Together, we unite efforts state-by-state and nationally to advocate on behalf of children in need of diapers and other basic needs. Our work to address diaper need would not be possible without the support of local community groups, foundations, policy makers, nonprofit organizations, business leaders and committed individuals.

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