Donate to Eastern Iowa Diaper Bank


Diapers for one child cost nearly $1,000 per year. Low-income families often have to decide between food and diapers. Eastern Iowa Diaper Bank was founded on the idea that all children deserve clean diapers. The heartbreaking truth is everyday children go without the diapers they need to stay healthy and dry.

Operation Diaper Drive

Operation Diaper Drive

October 1-31, Annually Operation Diaper Drive will ensure that babies and toddlers in our community stay clean, dry and healthy.

Operation Diaper Drive

You can help!

You can donate new and open packages of diapers at local locations. You can donate funds. You can purchase from our wish list.

Operation Diaper Drive

Get Help!

Are you in need of help? We want to make sure your child has clean diapers and stays happy and healthy.

What's new...

Sept 29 and Oct 27 3:30-5:30 pm

Community Days

50 free diapers per family will be provided to ANY COMMUNITY MEMBER with child(ren) in diapers (ages 0-4) who visits us on the last Wednesday of

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Thank You Sponsors

We are well aware we can not do this without the generosity of our community, partners, and sponsors.  Thank you for helping us meet families

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Parents must provide a daily supply of diapers to take their children to daycare. Without an adequate supply of diapers, children must stay home. Without child care, parents are unable to go to work, causing even further financial stress for their family. One donation can make the difference in parents being able to work and provide for their families.

Operation Diaper Drive

Prior to 2020, Andy and his fiancé, had never needed to utilize a community service. Andy shares, “I have always worked and was able to provide for my family, so it was humbling to admit that we needed a hand.” After seeing a news article, they quickly got in line. “When we arrived and saw the line of cars, it was evident that this organization truly cared about those in need after such a rough year – I don’t know what we would’ve done without them.”