Basic needs for families and babies experiencing homelessness


Notoriously overlooked when discussing the topic of poverty and homelessness is an essential need for diapers. Before the pandemic, 1 in 3 parents struggle with diaper need, the struggle to keep a baby or toddler clean, dry and healthy with a sufficient number of clean diapers. It costs a family $100 a month to keep up with diapers alone and public assistance programs like WIC and SNAP do not pay for diapers.

We are requesting your support with the following needed items:

  • Diapers (sizes 4/5/6)
  • Baby Wipes
  • Formula

Donations can be purchased through the Amazon wishlist: Contact Babies of Homelessness for a pick up or donations can be shipped to: 2150 N 107th St #300, Seattle, WA 98133.

Sign up to be a regular monthly donor! Just $8.33 keeps a baby in diapers for a month. Sign up here:

  • Impact Area : Health & Wellness
  • Population Served : Families, Communities of Color
  • Additional Details : Wheelchair Accessible, Family Friendly
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