by December 31, 2022

1 year. 8,000 kids. $150,000.

We believe a diaper can change a life. And as we prepare for the new year, we’re on a mission to change as many lives as possible. Because no family should ever have to worry about how they’ll get their next diaper.

That’s why Diaper Train has been providing families in Wake County with direct access to this essential need for more than 10 years, having distributed roughly 5,800,000 diapers since 2011. And that’s why we’re challenging you to help us raise $150,000 by December 31. We want to start 2023 off stronger than ever before with an entire year of anticipated diaper needs already funded. 8,000 children and families in Wake County are counting on us.

It’s time for a Big Change in our community and we can’t do it without you!

The power behind a diaper.

Did you know that daycares cannot legally accept any children who don’t have their own supply of diapers? Did you know public assistance programs in the U.S. don’t consider diapers to be an essential need and therefore don’t help to cover the cost? Access to diapers can immediately impact a family’s mental and physical health and well-being.

reduces child health issues

reduces domestic violence and child abuse

increases income potential

increases economic opportunities for parents

Join us in gifting our neighbor families with the dignity and peace that comes from access to diapers.

Sherry’s Big Change

Sometimes life doesn’t turn out quite like we planned. Meet Sherry. As a senior at Peace University, Sherry was on her way to earning a degree and entering her next season of life. But an unexpected pregnancy changed her journey. For health reasons related to a high-risk pregnancy, Sherry was put on bed rest early on and unable to work during her pregnancy.

Sherry’s Big Change

Sometimes life doesn’t turn out quite like we planned. Meet Sherry. As a senior at Peace University, Sherry was on her way to earning a degree and entering her next season of life. But an unexpected pregnancy changed her journey. For health reasons related to a high-risk pregnancy, Sherry was put on bed rest early on and unable to work during her pregnancy.

Are you ready for a Big Change?

Put yourself in Sherry’s shoes for a moment and imagine what it would feel like to not have a diaper for your baby. The thought is unfathomable. This holiday season, we ask you to give generously for more families like Sherry’s, who desperately need help providing the essential need of a diaper for their baby.

The Big Change is only possible with your support! We are better together and Wake County is strongest when we ALL work together to show compassion towards one another. Today, will you join us in making the Big Change a reality?

Because a diaper can change a life.

We are better together and Wake County is strongest when we ALL work together to show compassion towards one another.