About The Bottom Line Diaper Bank
The Bottom Line Diaper Bank helps to support the 1 in 3 Colorado families in need of diapers by providing access for infants, toddlers and incontinent adults. We support all ministries within Catholic Charities with all their diaper needs. This includes Gabriel House Project, Early Childhood Education, Family & Kinship Services, Senior Services, Marisol Services, Samaritan House Shelter, and more.
The Bottom Line raises awareness about diaper need and how it affects low income families and the risks facing those without a healthy supply. To combat this risk, we work with the community to ensure that the needs of the most vulnerable in our community are met.
The Bottom Line Diaper Bank, a volunteer committee, established by Catholic Charities of the Archdiocese of Denver, supports any Colorado family in need by providing access to donated diapers for infants, toddlers and incontinent adults. The Bottom Line Diaper Bank increases awareness about the health risks associated with diaper deficits and organizes efforts to generate a reliable and adequate supply of diapers.
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Combating diaper need: National Diaper Bank Network and Huggies
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Did you Know?
- More than 67,000 children in Colorado each year need diapers their families can't afford.
- Diapers cannot be purchased with food stamp benefits or through the Women, Infants and Children (WIC) program.
- Early childhood facilities require a one-week supply of diapers for children to attend and most don't accept cloth diapers - making disposable diapers essential.
- Working parents say they miss one to four days of work a month due to a shortage of diapers.
- Without access to disposable diapers, parents report drying urine-soaked diapers and using plastic bags when funds run low, leading to painful diaper rash and health complications.