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The Detroit Area Diaper Bank’s MAYDAY! Call for Diapers | May 1, 2011

It’s May 1st!

We’re putting out a

MAYDAY

call for diapers for our neighbors in need!

All day on May 1st, we’re putting out a MAYDAY! call of distress on behalf of our fellow Metro Detroiters who need help protecting their health, safety, independence and dignity with access to a healthy supply of diapers.

YOU can help by making a quick and easy donation through the PayPal link below (or click here to see a number of other online options) and by sharing this page with everyone in your network and asking them to respond to our MAYDAY call today too!

The Diaper Bank can turn 1 dollar into 10 baby/toddler-sized diapers or 3 adult-sized diapers.

 

So EVERY DOLLAR makes a difference!!

Can you spare a dollar or two to make a difference with diapers today? If 100 people give just 1 dollar, we can provide 1,000 diapers to needy babies and children. The exponential effects of even slightly higher donations could be staggering!

Be a lifeline! Answer our MAYDAY call today!
Thank you for your support!

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The Detroit Area Diaper Bank was a 501c3 charity that provided diapers to nonprofit organizations in Southeast Michigan from 2009-2014. No federal assistance programs pay for or provide diapers, not WIC, Food Stamps or Medicare. Diapers are a huge hole in the "safety net" for our youngest and oldest neighbors in need. Please continue to donate and make a difference with diapers in Metro Detroit!

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