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St. Louis Area Diaper Bank

Why Diapers and Period Products?


1 in 2 families experience diaper need and 1 in 4 women struggled to purchase period products


It costs about $1,000 each year to diaper a child and $478 each year to purchase period supplies for one woman or girl.

No Benefits

No public benefit programs allow for the purchase of diapers or period supplies


Keeping infants and toddlers clean, dry and healthy is key to building a solid foundation for all children. Inadequate menstrual hygiene has been associated with infection and poor health-related quality-of-life.

Less Stress

Moms who don’t have enough diapers are 3 times more likely than their peers to suffer from depression and anxiety. Every tampon = 4 hours of a more focused, present, and confident person.

Abuse Risks

Children left in soiled diapers are uncomfortable and irritable. Fussy babies are at an increased risk of child abuse.

St. Louis Area Diaper Bank makes a BIG IMPACT in 2023!

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Our Sponsors

We could not do this without our generous sponsors. Thanks to the support of our friends, we are able to continue expanding our reach across the St. Louis region, providing diapers and period supplies to underserved populations in the community.

St. Louis Area Diaper Bank sponsor BJC Healthcare
St. Louis Area Diaper Bank sponsor Delta Dental
St. Louis Area Diaper Bank sponsor Saigh Foundation
St. Louis Area Diaper Bank sponsor SSM Health
St. Louis Area Diaper Bank sponsor Wayne C Kaufmann

Additional Sponsors:

Black Communities Investment Initiative of the St. Louis Community Foundation
Cardinal Investment Advisors
Dana Brown Charitable Trust
Jefferson Foundation
Trio Foundation
Pershing Charitable Trust
Great Rivers Confluence Foundation
Tracy Family Foundation
The Tilles Foundation
YouthBridge Community Foundation
Pott Foundation