Junior League of Boca Raton Diaper BankSociety — Non-profit organization
|About||JLBR Diaper Bank is the only diaper bank in Palm Beach and Broward Counties. We currently donate about 50,000 diapers per month to local agencies.|
The Junior League of Boca Raton Diaper Bank created a Diaper Distribution Network in Palm Beach and Broward Counties. We serve organizations who then serve our local community. We do not distribute diapers to individuals. If you are in need of diapers, please contact our partner agencies directly.
Apostolic Child Development Center
Children’s Healing Institute
Delray Beach Health Department
Farmworker Coordinating Council
Florence Fuller East Boca
Florence Fuller West Boca
Glades Healthcare Foundation
Guatemalan Maya Center
Healthy Mothers, Healthy Babies PBC
Healthy Mothers, Healthy Babies Broward County
Lantana Health Department
Opportunity Inc of Palm Beach County
RCMA Belle Glade
St. Ann’s Place
West Palm Beach Health Department
Women in Distress
How can you help?
By hosting a diaper drive or becoming a drop-off location, you can help us have enough diapers to donate to the families who depend on us each month. As a drop-off partner, we will provide you with a box to store the diapers, we will share our partnership on our social media channels, and you will be listed on our website. Given notice, we will even pick up the diapers from your location at the end of your diaper drive or if your box is full.
If you would like to hold a diaper drive, email email@example.com more information. We would love to help you host a drive.
•Don’t have time to shop?
For every $10 you donate, the Junior League of Boca Raton Diaper Bank can purchase 62 diapers, tax free.
We will accept boxes of diapers at the Junior League of Boca Raton VCRC (261 NW 13th Street, Boca Raton, Fl 33432). Please email firstname.lastname@example.org for the Diaper Donation Form.
Diaper need is abundant is our community.
Did you know…
· Low-income parents cannot take advantage of free or subsidized childcare if they cannot afford to leave disposable diapers at childcare centers.
· 1 out of 3 families struggle to buy diapers.
· In low-income families, a baby can spend a day or longer in one diaper, leading potential health and abuse risks.
· An adequate supply of diapers can cost over $100 per month.
· Infants require up to 12 diapers per day, toddlers require about 8.
· Without transportation, lower income families tend to buy diapers at convenience stores rather than a large retailer which can double or triple the monthly cost for diapers.
· Diapers cannot be obtained with food stamps, and are classified with cigarettes, alcohol and pet food as disallowed purchases.
|Phone||(561) 620-2553 Ext 305|