Our Mission

Help a Mother Out works to improve baby and family well being by increasing access to diapers for families in need.

A family’s access to a reliable supply of clean diapers reduces the risk of infectious disease outbreaks, improves baby’s health and comfort, and enables baby’s participation in early care and education programs. Our vision is a day when every baby has a healthy supply of diapers.
 

Why diapers matter.

Diapers cost between $80 and $100 per month. That’s $2,850 to diaper one child with regular changes until potty training–-a huge expense for the over 46 million people living in poverty in the U.S. today.

Public assistance programs like food stamps don’t cover diapers.  Diapers give mothers and babies a chance.
 

 
 

Health & well-Being

If a family can’t afford diapers, a baby may spend extended periods of time in a soiled or even re-used diaper.  This can lead to serious health problems for baby and disease outbreaks for entire communities.

 
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Access to Education

A supply of clean diapers is required to attend most childcare programs. So without diapers, toddlers don’t get a fair start in their education.

 
 

Self-sufficiency

When toddlers can’t go to childcare programs, adults remain under-employed. Something so basic as a diaper can actually have a big impact on a family’s ability to become financially self-sufficient.


You can help.

We’re on a mission to ensure that every baby has a healthy supply of diapers. So far, we’ve provided over 3 million diapers to babies and families in need. 

We can do more together.