Making a monthly contribution ensures that families have access to a lifestyle that is sustainable and healthy for years to come. Donors make the mission of the Texas Diaper Bank possible and carry the impact made for the thousands of individuals the Texas Diaper Bank serves.
Why donate to us?
Diapers help a family return to the workforce.
Diapers improve senior’s quality of life.
Diapers allow children attend school.
Diapers provide healthy living options.
Diapers let children enroll in daycare.
When you donate to the Texas Diaper Bank, 94 cents of every dollar donated goes directly toward programs.
Giving is easy
“Helping our community has always been a part of Chris Madrid’s, especially with schools and children…There is no government assistance for diapers, however there are many families that cannot financially buy enough for their babies…I believe I made a good decision to help this organization. I hope you will too.”
Former Owner of Chris Madrid’s
Carolyn Madrid has lived in San Antonio for 60 years and is the former owner of Chris Madrid’s. In 2015, Carolyn decided to support the Texas Diaper Bank both through her business and on a personal level. She has continued to advocate and volunteer on behalf of keeping babies healthy, and the Texas Diaper Bank is so thankful for her support.
Be a part of the Texas Diaper Bank volunteer experience! 5,100 volunteers work with us every year to make our mission possible and we need your help!
Join us as we repackage diapers and wipes, build emergency kits, and facilitate warehouse management. Space is limited and the events fill up fast. Please allow 2-3 business days for us to respond.
Repackaging diapers and wipes
Join us as we repackage diapers and wipes into packages of 25 for our clients.
Organize and count donations
Help us manage all of the donations so we can effectively distribute them to clients.
Create kits for families
Help us create kits to distribute to families by bringing together different products to serve a common purpose! Kits range from those we handout in classes to disaster relief.
“Market Days” are once a month where you can distribute diapers and baby items directly to families.
Most volunteer activities and events take place at 1803 Grandstand Dr., Suite 150 in San Antonio. We will notify you if volunteer events will be held elsewhere.
Saturdays available upon request.
Host a diaper drive
Do you want to help underserved families? Hosting a diaper drive is a great way to donate diapers and spread awareness of the diaper gap, plus it’s easy! Diapers are one of the most basic needs for a family, but for low-income families, diapers can sometimes be a luxury and are often times rationed. A simple item such as diapers can change a family’s life. Help make a difference today with the Texas Diaper Bank!
For more information or if you need help with your diaper drive, please email: email@example.com
Step 1: Set a date
You can host a diaper drive at any time during the year and for any reason (community service, corporate outreach, and even birthday parties). Set a date and duration, and then tell everyone you know when it is happening to encourage donations!
Step 2: Collect donations
We accept child and adult diapers, new and lightly used baby items, and wipes. Diapers can be in opened and unopened packages (all diapers are repackaged for clients by out volunteers). See our wish list for items and sizes needed!
Step 3: Drop-off donations
Once your drive is complete, please drop-off your donations at the Texas Diaper Bank during normal business hours. We are located 5415 Bandera Rd. Suite 504 in San Antonio, TX. 78238. We are open from 8 am to 5 pm, Monday to Thursday, and from 8 am to 12 pm on Friday. Donor Tax Receipts are available upon request.
Request a speaker
Did you know that the Texas Diaper Bank is partnered with United Way? Invite us to come and speak at your events to help raise awareness on diaper need and the good that the Diaper Bank does for the community.
We are United Way agency #675
To request a speaker, please email firstname.lastname@example.org