JAKE’S DIAPERS RUNS ON PRAYERS,
SHARES, DONATIONS, AND VOLUNTEERS
(AND LOTS OF COFFEE!)
Pray that Jake’s Diapers may continue to be blessed to be a blessing to babies, children & adults in need, one cloth diaper at a time.
You never know when sharing our story may lead to another baby or orphanage in need; or to someone who can give of their time, talents, or treasure. Follow us on our social media channels to easily share our stories.
It’s true. Every dollar makes a difference!
We have amazing cloth diaper companies that support us and give us serious discounts on cloth diapers, so we are really able to make a dollar go far. Every donation truly makes a difference. Check out our projects to learn more about specific Diaper Drops we are currently working on funding!
Do you shop online at Amazon? If you start shopping at AmazonSmile, a portion of your purchases can be donated to Jake’s Diapers. Select Jake’s Diapers as your non-profit organization to support on AmazonSmile.
- Cloth Diapers, new or pre-loved, from any brand. We accept any that are in good working condition.
- Wet Bags/Pail Liners
- Sewing Supplies: Thread, 1/4″ Braided Elastic, Kamsnaps, Fabric
Any product donations can be mailed to our office:
Jake’s Diapers, Inc.
1775 Bohm Drive
Little Chute, WI 54140
All donations are tax-deductible. Please include your contact information so we can mail you a donation receipt!
Interesting in volunteering with Jake’s Diapers? We’d love to have you! We accept all types of volunteers (one-time, long-term, small or large groups, Corporate events). Visit our Volunteer page for more information.
HOST A DIAPER DRIVE
First, select a home base (typically a school, organization, church, or business) and then get the word out! Place signs around your neighborhood and at local businesses, share posts on social media, and watch the diapers stream in! You can go as little or big as you want!
Gather all supplies and deliver or ship them to your local diaper bank. They’ll be so happy to receive your donations. Don’t forget to keep a running tally of what you’ve collected so you can try to beat your donation goal the next time you host a drive.