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Bottoms Up Updates!!!!!

Great things have been happening for Bottoms Up Diaper Bank. We have been slowly increasing the number of families that we serve as well as increased our partnerships/connections. Pop-up distributions– In April 2022, Mrs. Shaw (Forest Lake United Methodist Church) had the idea to do a pop up distribution at a local food drive. Grace…

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See Me Move!!!

Sooooo, I did a thing. It actually started in Jan. on my birthday/diaper bank anniversary. I received an email from Ms. Shawnee about sharing Bottoms Up’s story. Yes, I was excited. I love being able to share why I do what I do. We spoke about our nonprofits and the struggles that we have endured…

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A year in review

This year has been one for the books. It has literally been a great year for Bottoms Up. We have formed new relationships/partnerships, received some grants, and had our largest donation to date.  A year ago, I was speaking with a friend and former diaper bank parent. I explained that I wanted to do more…

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If I Knew Then, What I know Now

The Bottoms Up Diaper Bank is a blessing to needing mothers to assist with lessening the load of the financial burden of simply purchasing diapers. The saved funds can be utilized to provide other necessities for their families, also considering the holiday season. Had I been aware of a support organization such as Bottoms Up…

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Motherhood boxes

“Motherhood” is the state or experience of having or raising a child. “Postpartum” means the time after childbirth. According to healthline.com, the first six weeks after giving birth are known as the postpartum period. This period is an intense time that requires all sorts of care for you and your baby. Becoming a mother is…

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National Diaper Need Awareness Week

National Diaper Need Awareness Week Sept. 27, 2021 to Oct. 3, 2021 What is “diaper need”? Diaper need is defined as, not having a sufficient & adequate supply of diapers in order to keep babies dry and healthy. Not having a sufficient supply of diaper can lead to financial, emotional, and health issues. Not having…

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