Every time I hear the word “diaper(s)” or “Huggies” the movie raising arizona comes to mind and the scene where Nicolas Cage tries to rob a convenience store to get something. “I’ll take these Huggies, and all the money you’ve got,” he said as he casually walked to the register with a gun in one hand, a bag of Huggies under the other arm, and a pair of L’pure women’s energy. eggs on his head.
It’s a funny scene, but the reality is that many Americans struggle to meet basic needs like diapers for their children. That’s where The Diaper Bank of Connecticut comes in and this is their promise.
We work to raise awareness that too many in our community lack access to the basic necessities that are essential throughout people’s lives. Our work helps ensure that families have enough diapers for their babies and toddlers, that people have access to menstrual supplies, and that youth and adults in need have access to incontinence products. No one should have to worry about meeting these basic needs.
I was disheartened to learn that one in three families struggle to provide clean diapers for their baby and that is one of the main things that drives The Diaper Bank. Just as people have trouble providing food for their family from time to time and food banks like Hillside Food Outreach and our Camping For Cans fundraiser are there to help, The Diaper Bank of Connecticut is there to do the same. , but with diapers.
If you would like to help out and donate to The Diaper bank, you can go here.
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