Diaper Distribution

Providing for Lincoln's littlest residents

Not having enough diapers puts an infant’s health at risk, but baby diapers are expensive! And most daycare facilities won’t take children without a sufficient supply of disposable diapers.  

For parents in minimum-wage, non-benefits earning jobs, it’s a vicious circle: no diapers mean no daycare, no work, no paycheck—and no money to buy diapers. 

We don’t want anyone to suffer like this. Fortunately, parents can collect baby diapers (newborn to 24 months) at Center for People once a month at the same time as Food Distribution:  

  • Mon. – Fri., from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m.  
  • There are two distributions on Tuesdays. The first is 10 a.m. to 1 pm and again from 3 p.m. to 5 p.m. at 3901 N. 27th Street.  
  • Enter door 2, facing South. A Center for People card is required to participate.

 

   

 

Diapers? Covered!

“Diapers are expensive, and our little guy goes through a LOT of them. Being able to get some diapers from the Center every month really helps.

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Ron and Sarah

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