How do I receive diapers?
Indiana Diaper Bank collaborates with a network of amazing social service agencies. Our Diaper Distribution Network is committed to connecting those in need with a reliable supply of diapers and other needed resources.
Distribution Network Partners
Our distribution partners provide diapers monthly as part of their on-going services and programs. Some of our partners provide emergency diapers on a walk-in basis, however, most do not. If you need diapers for your child(ren), please call 2-1-1 and tell them your exact situation of need. The representative will have a full list of agencies in which you can enroll in their programs to receive diapers.
We do not Provide Diapers - directly
The Indiana Diaper Bank does not provide diapers directly to families, our Diaper Distribution Network does.
Please use the listings below to find a local organization for diapers and other items and reach out to that organization directly.
Who is in the Diaper Distribution Network?
Indiana Diaper Bank has found distributing diapers and other products through community partners ensures they reach those who need them most. It also provides partnering organizations with a resource – diapers – they are not normally able to provide, increasing the services they can offer and attracting clients who could benefit from their mission.
By working with organizations that are already well-established in the community and currently working with families in need, Indiana Diaper Bank ensures that the diapers collected are distributed to infants and babies in the most efficient and timely manner.
If you would like to learn more about becoming a Diaper Distribution Partner, please contact us.
Diaper Distribution Network
The Indiana Diaper Bank is proud to partner with these organizations below. Please reach out to them for your needs.
Children’s Bureau, Inc. is a private nonprofit that has served children and families since 1851 and we’re here because many families need help to overcome the challenges that sometimes lead to unhealthy behaviors and threaten a child’s well-being. Children’s Bureau offers an array of human services to Indiana children and families. Guided by our vision of a healthy family for every child, highly-trained case managers identify and address issues that tear families apart.
Website | Children's Bureau
The Christamore House provides the best youth educational services to residents of the Near-West Side. Contact the organization to learn more about the baby pantry and how to receive basic essentials.
Website | Christamore House
The David Nolen Pantry of Hope is a community food pantry providing a reliable food source to anyone facing food scarcity.
Website on Facebook | The David Nolen Pantry of Hope
Early Learning Indiana provides leadership, advocacy, and early childhood education services to continually improve the early learning landscape in Indiana. Their mission is to ensure the highest level of early care and education for children in Indiana.
Website | Early Learning Indy
Family Promise of Indianapolis is a partnership of congregations and community organizations responding to the crisis of children and their families who are homeless. Diapers will be provided to homeless families who are a part of the Family Promise Program.
Website | Family Promise of Indianapolis
Grace Tabernacle is a faith based organization that contributes to their congregation and community with their ministry for adults, youth and children.
Website | Grace Tabernacle
Grassroot Projects believes in providing support and investing in children as it is crucial in securing a bright future for them. They help any deserving child in need irrespective of their origin, religion, color or creed, so long as they belong to a low income household and we see that there is a genuine need.
Website | Grass Roots Projects
La Plaza strengthens Central Indiana by advocating and preparing latino students for educational success and by connecting latino families to health and social services.
Website | La Plaza
LCFS has served the Indianapolis community for over 135 years. Today, services include Lutherwood, a licensed Psychiatric Treatment Facility, the IMPACT Program, a residential treatment program for girls who have been victims of human trafficking, and Trinity House Independent Living Group Home. In addition to these programs, Lutherwood is also host to the Emergency Shelter Care, a dedicated dormitory for young adults whom the Department of Child Services has removed from their home.
Website | Lutheran Child and Family Services
Nurse-Family Partnership empowers first-time moms to transform their lives and create better futures for themselves and their babies. Nurse-Family Partnership works by having specially trained nurses regularly visit young, first-time moms-to-be, starting early in the pregnancy, and continuing through the child’s second birthday.
Website | Nurse-Family Partnership of Central and Southern Indiana
Pregnancy Choices Indy is a group of seven pregnancy resource centers in Central Indiana. They provide free, medical grade pregnancy tests to confirm your pregnancy, how far along in the pregnancy and providing free, confidential peer counseling to help you make the best decisions about your health and your future.
Website | Pregnancy Choices Indy
Project Home Indy serves up to five teen mothers and their children on the path to self-sufficiency. Our program aims to break the cycle of poverty by providing support to young mothers, and by helping them develop the skills to live independently. Their mission is providing holistic, trauma-informed services to teen mothers to create successful futures for themselves and for their children.
Website | Project Home Indy
Restored’s hope is to provide services, outreach, and education to young girls between the ages of 11-24 whom have been victimized by domestic sex trafficking and sexual exploitation. Restored’s hope is to provide services, outreach, and education to young girls between the ages of 11-24 whom have been victimized by domestic sex trafficking and sexual exploitation.
Website | Restored Inc.
The Ronald McDonald House provides a supportive “home-away-from-home” for families of children receiving medical care at Riley Hospital for Children at Indiana University Health and other area hospitals, and we champion programs that improve the health, education and well-being of children.
Website | The Ronald McDonald House
The USO of Indiana strengthens America’s military service members by keeping them connected to family, home and country, throughout their service to the nation.
Website | USO of Indiana
The Villages fight for every child’s right to a safe, permanent, and nurturing home. Through our foster, adoption, and community services, we help strengthen families throughout Indiana while embracing the dignity and diversity of everyone served. As the state’s largest not-for-profit child and family services agency, serving more than 3,000 children and their families every single day, they are committed to sustaining vital human services for those who need them most.
Website | The Villages
Westminster Neighborhood Services, Inc. provides basic human necessities and educational opportunities to support and empower at-risk children and families on the Near Eastside of Indianapolis.
Website | Westminster Neighborhood Center
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