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Helping families in need by providing the basic essentials of diapers and formula in the metro-Charlotte, NC area.
We are supported and funded through private monetary donations, diaper and formula drives, formula and diaper donations, grants and volunteer efforts. 100% of your donations go to providing diapers and formula for our babies and are tax deductible.
DIAPER & FORMULA FACTS
The Diaper Need
Thousands of families are struggling to provide clean diapers for their children. Some parents even reuse soiled diapers leading to unnecessary skin infections.
Health & WellBeing
According to the American Academy of Pediatrics, 80 percent of brain development occurs during the first three years of life. Babies and toddlers who are malnourished often suffer lasting behavioral and cognitive deficits.
Breast milk is best for babies but when it is unavailable for any reason, a high quality infant formula which imitates milk will support optimal growth of your baby and development of the brain, sensory and immune systems. -Dr. Patrice Aston, Pediatric Consultant
Safety Net Programs
1 in 3 American families reports experiencing diaper need. Disposable diapers cost $70-$80 per month per baby and diapers are NOT covered by food stamps or WIC.
Upcoming New Events
Bottles N Bottoms host a variety of events from 5k run/walks to diaper and formula drives. In efforts to serve our children in need, check back with us for our next event. See you there!
A diaper/formula drive is a great community service project for your school, business, civic group, social group, sorority/fraternity, scout troop, neighborhood or faith organization. Every diaper, can of formula, and dollar collected brings us closer to our goal of making these basic...
Am I eligible to receive free diapers and/or formula?
Bottles N Bottoms currently serves families that live in a household with an income at or below Medicaid and WIC guidelines in Mecklenburg County. Depending on availability of diapers and formula, babies can receive supplemental formula up to age 1...