9th Annual March of Diapers Drive

This year’s goal: 400,000 Diapers & 200,000 Wipes

What can you donate?

Diapers Size Preemie to 7 Pull-Ups
Adult Incontinence (e.g., Depends, Tena ect) All Sizes
Yes, we take open packages of diapers
Cloth Diapers & Diaper Savers (new only)

Drop-Off Locations

Why should you donate?

A typical baby needs 10-12 diapers a day and a toddler needs approximately 8 diapers. At a cost of between $100 and $120 a month, diapers are an expense that many families struggle to meet. 1 in 20 mothers who has had to cut back on other purchases to pay for diapers has reused a disposable diaper. 36% of mothers living in poverty regularly run out of clean diapers for their infants. Diapers are not covered by social welfare systems like WIC or food stamps/EBT Card because diapers are considered “hygiene items”. Families are sometimes forced to use one diaper a day for their babies. These babies can experience diaper rash, infections, and other health problems. Babies with severe diaper rashes often cry more – more crying coupled with the stress of living in need can lead to child abuse. Babies who cry excessively are the most likely to be victims of shaken baby syndrome…

Supporting these Non-Profit Organizations

Donations will be distributed to 20 local non profits that are committed to serving families needing a little extra help in this season of their lives. 

We are thrilled to be working with all our wonderful partners to Support 20 Nonprofit Organizations this year💙👶
Benefitting These Wonderful Non Profits.
Dawn “Domestic Abuse Women’s Network” www.dawnonline.org
Multi Service Center in Federal Way www.mschelps.org
Nourish Food Bank of Edgewood www.nourishpc.org
Foster Champs www.Fosterenterprises.org
Maple Valley Food Bank www.Maplevalleyfoodbank.org
Care Net of Puget Sound Carenetps.org
Two Hearts Pregnancy Aid www.twoheartswas.org
Fusion Transitional Housing www.Fusionfederalway.org
Pediatric Interim Care www.picc.net
Parent Child Assistance Program www.Depts.Washington.edu
Prepares of Washington https://preparesforlife.org
S. King Food Bank@The FW Senior Center www.federalwayseniorcenter.org
El Centro de Laraza www.elcentrodelaraza.org
Children’s Home Society www.childrenshomesociety.org
Auburn Food Bank www.theauburnfoodbank.org
Iraqi Community Center www.irccw.org
We Love Our City Kent https://ccskent.org/welovekent
St. Vincent de Paul Tacoma www.svdptacoma.org
Communities in schools of Federal Way https://federalwayhighline.ciswa.org
Mother Africa https://www.motherafrica.org

Thank you so much for helping us Save One Tush at a Time

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FW Cares for Kids


FW Cares for Kids, the non-profit in Federal Way that organizes the holiday toy drive/event for families in need, is collecting toys and donations for this year’s event. Families will submit wish lists and sign up for a slot to pick up the holiday gifts for their family, along with wrapping supplies. They will dress up the pick-up area with Santa, hot chocolate, popcorn and fun holiday décor to help keep the holiday spirit alive and make it a special pick-up drive-through experience.

 We are anticipating an even greater need in 2022 as the economy has hit families in a real way. This is where we could really use your help.