How To Get Help
The Walworth County Diaper Bank depends entirely on volunteers and donations from the community. There are no government funds received for this program. Through the generosity of others, we are able to supply 1 week's worth of diapers every 30 days for each child properly registered.
Parent[s]/guardian[s] must provide
• Photo Identification
• Proof of Income
• Proof of your Relationship to child 3 years of age or younger [birth record, Medicaid letter, etc.]
• Proof of Residency
FOR PROVING YOU HAVE A CHILD OR DEPENDENT PROOF OF RELATIONSHIP DOCUMENTATION
• If you're listed on the child's birth certificate, include a copy of the birth certificate.
If you're not listed on the child's birth certificate, include documentation showing your relationship to the child or dependent.
Letter of guardianship or custody If you're claiming a foster child, include a copy of the decree or other court order naming you as the foster parent. Proof of residence.
We will accept a letter from the child's doctor or school-on the doctor's or school's letterhead-if it includes: the child's name, the child's date of birth, the child's address (for the year shown on your letter), the name of the child's custodial parent, the doctor's or a school administrator's name, the doctor's or a school administrator's signature, and the doctor's or a school administrator's phone number.
We will accept a statement from a homeless shelter, signed by a case worker,
Walworth County Diaper Bank
Member of The National Diaper Bank Network
The Walworth County Diaper Bank provides approximately 1 week's worth of disposable diapers on a 30 day cycle to qualified families to help bridge the gap. Diapers are sourced from local organizations holding diaper drives throughout the year. Diapers are also purchased at a discount through the National Diaper Bank Network sponsors, Huggies, Medline and Cuties.
A $10.00 donation can help keep a child in clean diapers for a week.