Local agencies, such as the Center for Family Resources, MUST Ministries, Sweetwater Mission, United Military Care and the YWCA of Northwest Georgia can only dispense diapers four times a year to their clients, due to the lack of resources.
In these tough economic times, low-income families face the facts that:
Food stamps do not include hygiene products such as diapers.
On average, the cost to purchase diapers is approximately $100/month.
Day care centers require parents to provide their own diapers.
Since 2009, Cobb Children's Fund has devoted its energy to passionately advocating for low-income families and children in need in our community. Contribute through donations and support!
Low-income families often have the daily stress of choosing between food and diapers. Prolonged wearing of a wet diaper causes diaper rash and a crying baby leads to more stress in the home.
2016 Cobb Diaper Day
Make a difference in our community.
Throughout October, help us reach the goal of collecting more than 100,000 diapers for low-income families with infants and young children.We are collecting all sizes of diapers!
- Declare a day in October to collect diapers from your employees, organization members or friends, or hold a diaper drive in your neighborhood.
- Become a sponsor.
- Call 404-276-0808 to arrange for pick-up.
- Drop off your diaper donations at Glover Park, Marietta Square, on October 24, from 5-6 p.m. See the map below for directions!
Join us for the Eighth Annual Cobb Diaper Day on October 24, 2016, at 5:00 PM at Glover Park on the Marietta Square.
those in need