BAY AREA DIAPER BANK

Established in 2009, Help a Mother Out's Bay Area Diaper Bank for community partners in the greater Bay Area region provides social workers with an innovative and vital way to meet the concrete needs of children, build trust with families, and offer additional support and services. Diapers are distributed to families in need exclusively through a network of community partners, including family resource centers, voluntary home visiting, facilitated parent support groups, homeless and foster children services, and public health departments.

San Francisco Diaper Bank

Help a Mother Out’s San Francisco Diaper Bank (SFDB), the nation's first and only diaper public assistance program. We established the program in 2015 and operate it through a partnership with San Francisco Human Services Agency. The SFDB serves approximately 1,400 eligible CalWORKs families with children under three years old, through a network of diaper distribution centers located throughout the city. Eligible children may receive up to 6 packages of diapers each month.

California Diaper Bank

Help a Mother Out’s California Diaper Bank provides one time diaper grants for disaster relief as well as diapers for organizations that do not have a diaper bank in their area.