How can I afford to buy cloth diapers?
The Diaper Bank of the Ozarks will provide a cloth diaper loan to qualifying families. We will teach you how to add more inexpensive cloth diapers to your supply and how to convert used T-shirts into additional cloth diapers.
Will cloth diapers save me money?
Start using cloth diapers instead of disposable diapers and you will save over $2,500 (over $1,000 a year), while your baby is wearing diapers.
How do I use and take care of cloth diapers?
Contact the Diaper Bank of the Ozarks or visit our Facebook Page for more information about cloth diapers. Classes are listed with times and locations. Current locations include the Dream Center (829 W. Atlantic), Pregnancy Care Center in Springfield and Republic Pregnancy Resource Center. Individual classes can be scheduled. More locations will be added soon. A monthly cloth diaper moms group is available where you can meet cloth diaper experts and other moms using cloth. Find out if this option could work for your family. Eliminate purchasing diapers every month. Those extra dollars will help with groceries, rent, and medical expenses.
Contact Amanda at firstname.lastname@example.org or call Jill at (417) 848-5049 for more information.
You can also complete an application for a cloth diaper loan at www.cottonbabieslove.com.
The Diaper Bank of the Ozarks is also available to:
- Share information about cloth diapering to moms groups and other interested groups.
- Provide education and training for agencies, groups, or individuals wanting to learn more about becoming a cloth diaper pantry or host site.
- Currently, we are looking for mentors to stand beside the moms who enter our loan programs.