The Gift of Cloth

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We ship or deliver locally

We have chapters located in cities across the United States that families may pick up loan packages from. If a family does not live near a chapter we will gladly ship at no cost to them.

Our loan program

Approved families will receive between 10 to 15 diaper changes, per child, for up to 1 year. Time extensions are available as needed. Diapers provided will be a variety of types, colors, & in useable condition.

Caring for your cloth diapers

We have chapters located in cities across the United States that families may pick up loan packages from. If a family does not live near a chapter we will gladly ship at no cost to them.

Returning your loan diapers

Through our loan program we hope that you are able to build up your own supply of diapers. When you are ready to return follow these easy steps. 

If you are a family that is economically disadvantaged, struggling to afford the most basic of needs, who is on government assistance or have fallen on hard times. We are able to help. Apply below.
If you are a military family living in the U.S. or an active duty family stationed abroad who are struggling with diaper need please allow us the honor in assisting you. Apply below.
If you are a family that opens their hearts and home to children under the age of 4 through Foster Care. Please allow us to help your through this program. Apply below.
If you are a family of a special needs child who will need diaper assistance for an extended time. We can help with a custom package of cloth diapers. Apply below.
You do not need to have a local chapter near you in order to apply to our loan program. 
If a local chapter is not available, to pickup from, we will gladly ship our loan package directly to you once you are approved. 

Please have the following documents ready before you begin your application.
Mobile users: Images of documentation can be taken from your phone's camera.

Residency

Two (2) forms of the following documents will be accepted to verify an individual’s residency.
Current deed, mortgage, monthly mortgage statement, mortgage payment booklet or a residential rental/lease agreement
Utility statement (including electric, water, natural gas, satellite TV, cable TV or noncellular phone bill) dated within 30 days of the date of application
W-2 or 1099 tax form from the current tax year
Mail from financial institutions; including checking, savings, investment account and credit card statements dated within 30 days of the date of application
Mail from a federal, state, county or city government agency dated within 30 days of the date of application
Current automobile payment booklet
Pre-printed paycheck or payment stub dated within 30 days of the date of application
Current documents issued by the U.S. military indicating residence address
NOTE: Remember, all documents presented must contain the individual’s name and residential address. To ensure your safety please cover any important, sensitive information on the documentation.

Military Service

DD-214

Service Members' Civil Relief Act (SCRA) Certificates

Foster Parent

Certification of eligibility to foster from either the State or an Agency.

Child/Pregnancy

Ultrasound (if currently pregnant)
Birth Certificate
Social Security Card
Hospital Documentation
Midwife/OB Letter dated

(Please cover any important and sensitive information. We only need to see child's name, birthdate and/or last four digits on the Social Security Card)

Special Needs

Any form/letter/paperwork that states the childs diagnosis

Government Assistance/Need

WIC Vouchures
SNAP Benefit Card
Medicaid/Medicare Card
Free/Reduce Lunch Approval Letter

If you have been denied or do not qualify for government assistance, you can still apply to our program. Please provide a letter stating your family's need, financial situation and/or the denial letter you received from any government assistance program.