IMPORTANT NOTICE TO PARENTS!
Due to slow funding for the Diapers-For-Babies program, we are no longer accepting applications until we are able to service the 4,000 Babies currently in our need database. Please, take note! This notice will be removed when enough funding is available.
The Free Diapers-For-Babies program is designed to address the skin care and health concerns of poor new mothers and their babies who lives in any cities and towns within the United States.
The greatest concern for parents is to keep their baby’s skin dry, healthy and free from diaper rash. Many things can cause diaper rash. Prolonged wetness, lack of air circulation, soap, chemical and dye allergies, ammonia formed by bacteria that interacts with urine left sitting against the skin and the growth of microbes in the diaper area can all be irritating and cause rashes.
The best way to prevent diaper rash is to change diapers, cloth or disposable, frequently. And Diapers cost lots of money to keep your baby dry, and with poor parents struggling to makes ends meet, babies dryness need suffers.
That is why we came up with the Free-Diapers-For-Babies program to address this need and we plan to donate disposable diapers to 2,000 Babies each year.
You can adopt a newborn baby today by your $700 annual donation that will provide a year worth disposable-diapers for a needy baby born to poor mothers. Click on Make A Donation link on the left and donate generously to keep a new baby dry.
How To Qualify:
Your child is qualified to receive free diapers-for-babies for one year is your annual household income meet the Health and Human Services Poverty Guidelines. These guidelines are a simplification of the poverty thresholds for use for administrative purposes – for instance, determining financial eligibility for certain federal programs, such as Head Start, the Food Stamp Program, the National School Lunch Program, the Low-Income Home Energy Assistance Program, and the Children’s Health Insurance Program. Unlike the “federal poverty thresholds,” the “poverty guidelines” make no distinction of age; yet do provide separate guidelines for Alaska and Hawaii.
|2011 HHS Poverty Guidelines|
|in Family||States and D.C.|
|For each additional||3,820||4,780||4,390|
|SOURCE: Federal Register, Vol. 76, No. 13, January 20, 2011, pp. 3637-3638|