Helping Kids In Need Is Easier Than Ever With Our Diaper Drive Kit

11391374_10152795796577041_789851491407981020_nDiaper need is the struggle to provide enough clean, dry diapers for every child. With 1 in 3 families struggling to provide diapers for their children, and approximately 45,000 Rhode Island children living in poverty, diaper need is having a real impact on our communities. The good news is that diaper need is a problem that can be solved, and you can help!

Project Undercover is the only organization in Rhode Island working exclusively to reduce diaper need. Organizing a diaper drive on our behalf is an easy and fun way to help. Download our simple Diaper Drive Kit to see how you can get started today and have a real impact on Rhode Island families in need!

Download the Project Undercover Diaper Drive Kit here


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  1. […] fill these boxes with supplies for Rhode Island kids in need? Contact us about hosting a drive and download our new Diaper Drive Kit for a simple guide to how you can help. With your help, we can make sure every RI kid has the right […]

  2. […] A big thank you goes out to Athleta at Providence Place, its management and staff for running a successful Shop for a Cause event to benefit Project Undercover. They’re donating $100 from their sales during the one-day event, and also managed to collect lots of donations of diapers, socks, and underwear. It all goes directly to benefiting the Rhode Island kids who need them most. If you want to learn more about how you can help reduce diaper need in Rhode Island, click here. […]

  3. […] Project Undercover was proud to represent Rhode Island in National Diaper Need Awareness Week, an effort organized by the National Diaper Bank Network that gained recognition from 26 governors, 4 legislatures, and 94 municipalities across the country – including our own Governor Raimondo and Providence Mayor Elorza. From September 28-October 4, community groups and local businesses ran diaper drives, including the Providence Community Library (all 9 branches), the Hope Street Merchants Association, The Arcade, Festival Ballet (pictured), and from Hair-2-E-Tan-Ity Salon. The HSMA and the Libraries even decided to extend their drives for an extra week, and the RI Women’s Bar Association collected diapers at their October 5 event. Plus, Governor Raimondo, Mayor Elorza, RI Kids Count, and the Economic Progress Institute helped us drive the conversation around #DiaperNeed on social media. The effort not only brought in hundreds of donations of diapers, baby wipes, and children’s socks and underwear, but caused people in the community to reach out to us about volunteering, donating, and organizing their own events to support Project Undercover. We are so grateful for the outpouring of support and engagement from everyone who helped make Diaper Need Awareness Week so successful in Rhode Island (and nationwide). We look forward to an even bigger and more exciting effort next year. In the meantime, if you’d like to organize your own diaper drive, find out how easy it is here. […]