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 havingContinue reading “National Diaper Need Awareness Week”
Bottoms Up Diaper Bank receives large donation from Bundles of Hope Diaper Bank.
We officially official!!!!! We are a recognized 501c3!!! -Five and a half years of service & community support -Support of family & friends -9 months after starting the steps to expand our reach. -5 months after finalizing paperwork -Many days of checking the IRS site & mail watching -Many hours on hold with the IRSContinue reading “We officially official!!!!!”
Article by: Shelby Weiss, posted to the Tusclaoosa Thread on 2/12/2021 https://tuscaloosathread.com/tuscaloosa-woman-runs-diaper-bank-serving-families-in-need/ Article by: Mary K, posted to 92.9 website on 6/14/2021 https://wtug.com/danielle-edison-bottoms-up-diaper-bank/ Article by: Mary K, posted to 92.9 website on 9/9/2021 https://wtug.com/national-diaper-week-donation-drive/ City of Eutaw coverage of the council meeting where we were presented with the “Diaper Need Awareness” proclamation. Diaper Needs AwarenessContinue reading “In the news”
In May we received an Arts Grant from the Black Belt Community Foundation; to provide books and literacy activities, through art to our families. Over the course of the Summer we held several (arts & literacy) sessions. We held the first session on June 1st, for our Early literacy program “Books and Bottoms”. The ideaContinue reading “Books and Bottoms”
On Saturday May 13th, we held our monthly diaper distribution. This month we had a little something extra for our families. Ms. Jessie Underwood with Wilder’s Treasure wanted to do something for our moms/families. As a couponer Ms. Underwood often has a surplus of items, and gives to families in the community. Families who cameContinue reading “A little something extra…”
On Saturday April 29, 2017 we received an arts grant from the Black Belt Community Foundation. With the grant we will be providing books and early literacy information to families through our initiative titled Books and Bottoms. Through our initiative it is our hope to help improve/increase parent and child interactions.