The Diaper Project

THE DIAPER PROJECT helps provide families in financial distress with an adequate supply of diapers for their infants and toddlers. Volunteers work with churches, businesses, schools, civic groups, and organizations to collect diapers for distribution at A Place To Turn. Referred families can get up to 2 weeks of diapers every 60 days.

Diapers are a basic need for children, as essential to their health and well-being as food, shelter, and a parent’s love.

  • Up to 3,000 families in Natick and Framingham alone struggle to buy diapers.
  • WIC and food stamp programs don’t cover the cost of diapers.
  • A family needs $75 to $100 a month for diapers per child.
  • Many parents are forced to re-use diapers or leave their child in a soiled diaper longer than appropriate.
  • Many families have to decide between food, medicine, and clean babies.
  • Without diapers, babies cannot attend daycare or early childhood programs.


Diaper Drives can be hosted by businesses, schools, congregations, civic groups, and neighborhoods. They are a great way to get youth and children involved in community service. Donations from diaper drives are essential to The Diaper Project’s ability to serve hundreds of babies. Our volunteer consultant will help you host a successful diaper drive.


To donate now via Paypal online, click the “Make a Donation” in the header.

To donate diapers, you can order diapers through our Wish List at and have them delivered directly to us.

To donate your time, contact The Diaper Project at 508-872-7125 or email: