Our Partners

Working closely with community organizations to assist families in need.

We recognize that families unable to afford diapers are also likely to need other services. Babies of Homelessness is proud to partner with service-providing community-based organizations that distribute diapers directly to their clients across human service systems. These partnerships are essential for health promotion efforts among low-income families because they provide safety nets all in one place for low-income families, connecting families with community resources to address basic needs unmet by government programs.

Basics for All

Babies of Homelessness has provided continuous support to the parents of Homeward House. Baby supplies are one of the biggest needs that our parents have as they navigate the child welfare system or as they start a new life of sobriety. Without the assistance from Babies of Homelessness a lot of children would go without the necessities that they desperately need. We here at Homeward House thank you for all that you have done and all that you continue to do.

Monica Turner, Homeward House
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Interested in getting your organization involved?

Babies of Homelessness values our partner relationships. We load up the van each month and deliver bulk amounts of diapers, wipes, and formula to our partners! Our most successful partnerships have spanned over multi-years, and our partners say they receive a handful of benefits that significantly impact their organization and the clients they serve. Working together we all want the families served to achieve financial stability, food security, medical care, and affordable housing.

Case managers tell us we:

Save them time seeking diaper donations, purchasing, and driving to the nearest store to get diapers. This time savings allows them to focus on providing top-notch case management to their clients!

Save them money by subsidizing a reliable and ongoing supply of diapers and other essentials allowing the organization to focus and shift funding on their own programs.

By providing diapers, they have more time to engage with their clients about other needs they might have.

Partner Providers

Tomorrow's Hope Child Development Center
Sound Pathways
Domestic Violence Services of Snohomish County
Homeward House
Interfaith Family Shelter
Volunteers of America WW
The Storehouse
Open Doors
Child Strive
Mother Africa

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