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A program of COVERD Greater Cincinnati

What Does Sweet Cheeks Diaper Bank Do?

We Donate Diapers To Change Lives

What Is A Diaper Bank?

Diaper banks supply diapers to local communities through partner social service agencies. This approach limits unnecessary duplication of services, reduces administrative expenses, and works collaboratively to solve a basic human need at the community level for infants, young children, and the disabled.

If a client needs diapers, they often have many other needs as well. Local social service agencies that deal with a full continuum of care are best qualified to meet this need and to become Sweet Cheeks Diaper Bank (SCDB) Partner Agencies. By providing diapers, SCDB is giving an incentive to its partner agencies that could keep parents coming back to social programs that can help them break the cycle of poverty.

Learn More About What We Do To End Diaper Need In Cincinnati

Our Model

From collecting donations to wrapping diapers, our model is the reason things run so smoothly around here!

Our Partner Agencies

Find a local partner agency within Greater Cincinnati and Northern Kentucky!

Our Impact

Hear from parents and partner agencies about how our donations have impacted our community.

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Want to Change Live Too?

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Donate Diapers

From local diaper drives to high-volume corporate sponsorship purchases, having diapers is the first step in our process. Find a local diaper donation bin or start your own diaper drive with our toolkit!

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Volunteer

We can’t do this alone! Our goal is accomplished through our army of diaper warriors who volunteer their time to help our community. Put in a little to get a lot back. Join the fight to end diaper need in Cincinnati!

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Change Lives

We work with local partner agencies that work directly with families in need. Since starting Sweet Cheeks Diaper Bank, we have donated over 1 million diapers that effectively improve the lives of thousands of children.