May 1st-31st 2024

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We are participating in the World’s Largest Diaper Drive

Be a part of HISTORY!

This is only for ONE month.

Every single day in our community tens of thousands of mothers have to use (and re-use) diapers because they can’t afford to purchase enough diapers to keep their children clean, dry, and healthy.  It’s a sad fact that one in three families needs help to diaper their babies. Options East and organizations from across Minnesota and Ohio have joined together to do something about that by collecting
2 Million diapers in one month to help those most in need.

Our personal Clinic goal is to raise $10,000 and have 100,000 diapers donated!

Join us as we set out on a historic journey to make life a little easier for moms and their babies in our local communities.

 Options East will have multiple drop off site in the Twin Cities

Want to be a drop off site? Contact Jennifer Meyer at 651-776-2328

You can also sponsor the World’s Largest Diaper Drive!

Sponsor HERE!

Drop off dates/times:

Options for Women East (891 White Bear Ave N St. Paul. MN 55106)

  • Wednesday, May 1st-Friday, May 31st
  • Weekday hours: 9am-5pm M-TH
  • Weekend hours: Fri-Sun Drop off in bin at back door

Why Diapers Matter:

  • 1 in 3 families struggles to provide clean, dry diapers for their children.
  • A baby will use around 7,000 diapers before being potty trained.
  • When a mother can’t afford diapers, she will leave wet or dirty diapers on too long or scrape out the diaper and re-use it.

Most Needed Sizes:

  • Newborn
  • Size 1
  • Size 3
  • Size 4
  • Size 5
  • Size 6
  • Size 7
  • Shop our Amazon Registry for most needed sizes and have them delivered right to the clinic

In order to meet the growing demand for diapers, Options for Women East is participating in the World’s Largest Diaper Drive on May 1st-31st to collect over 2,000,000 diapers in one month!

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Your Donation Saves Lives

1,000+

Client Visits in 2022

50

Prenatal Patients in 2022

250+

Babies Born since Prenatal Program started