Frequently Asked Questions
Learn More About The Nebraska Diaper Bank
HOW DOES A DIAPER BANK WORK?
Nebraska Diaper Bank provides diapers to social service organizations that are helping families in need through comprehensive programs and services. Nebraska Diaper Bank has found that distributing diapers in this way ensures they reach those who need them most. By working with organizations that are already well established in the community and currently working with families in need, Nebraska Diaper Bank creates collaboration and synergistic partnerships–we provide the resource of diapers to reach the greatest amount of families in need, and they can more actively provide relief to each family and help end the cycle of poverty through their additional programming.
HOW CAN I GET DIAPERS FROM NEBRASKA DIAPER BANK?
We do not distribute diapers directly to families. If you would like to receive diapers on an ongoing basis, please check our I Need Diapers page for a current list of our partner agencies.
WHO DO YOU WORK WITH?
We work with 36 partner agencies with 65 distribution sites throughout the Heartland. For the most up-to-date list, check our Partner Agencies page.
WHAT AREAS DO YOU SERVE?
We serve the Heartland and beyond. Currently, Douglas, Sarpy, Lancaster, Thurston, Madison, Scotts Bluff and Buffalo Counties in NE; Pottawattamie County in IA.
WHERE CAN I GET A COPY OF YOUR FORM 990 & ANNUAL REPORTS?
You can go HERE to check out copies of our 990s and annual reports.
I REPRESENT AN AGENCY, HOW CAN WE BECOME A PARTNER?
*Please note that due to the high demand for diapers, we may have a wait list of agencies. We will keep all agencies on file and activate them in our diaper distribution program as soon as our resources allow.*
WHAT IS YOUR ADDRESS?
We are located inside of Nebraska Warehouse.
Our office: 9100 F St. Suite 100 Omaha, NE 68127
Our warehouse: 9090 F St. Omaha, NE 68127
WHAT IS YOUR PHONE NUMBER?
To reach us by phone, please dial (402) 557-8205.
WHY DOESN’T NEBRASKA DIAPER BANK DISTRIBUTE CLOTH DIAPERS?
While cloth diapers may save money in the long term, they require an initial investment of money and time that many low-income families can’t afford. To use cloth diapers a family must either hire a diaper service at a monthly charge or have reliable access to laundry facilities. Sometimes people living in poverty do not have affordable access to washing facilities or detergent. Many laundromats prohibit the washing of cloth diapers in their machines for sanitary reasons. The majority of licensed daycare centers do not accept cloth diapers, and require parents and caregivers to provide a steady supply of disposable diapers. A child being turned away from a daycare center can mean a day of missed work for a parent and a cut to their already low income.
HOW DO I SUBSCRIBE TO YOUR NEWSLETTER?
Receive an email newsletter about once a month, and sometimes more frequently if there are exciting things going on to tell you about.
HOW DO I MAKE A DONATION TO YOUR DIAPER BANK?
Please visit our donate page to make a financial donation. Diaper donations can be made at multiple locations, visit our donation drop-off page for details. Or you can email us to coordinate a time to drop off a donation. Want to donate something other than diapers? Please send us a message at firstname.lastname@example.org so we can work out the details.
HOW DO I VOLUNTEER?
Nebraska Diaper Bank wouldn’t exist without our volunteers! We need hundreds of volunteer hours each month to wrap and package our diapers for partner agencies. Visit our volunteer page to get all the details on how you can personally make a difference in the lives of babies in the Heartland.