Become a Sponsor

National Diaper Need Awareness Week Sponsorship Opportunities

You are cordially invited to join the Idaho Diaper Bank and help give voice to babies in need at one or more of our proposed upcoming events:

Brunch for Babies  - $3,000

Guests will enjoy brunch, lively raffles, energetic keynote presentations and a Q&A with the volunteers of the Idaho Diaper Bank. Details to be announced soon.

Basic Needs - Informed Curriculum Training - $1,500

Join us for a three-hour training being conducted with healthcare providers and social service organizations throughout the country. Created and presented by professionals from the National Diaper Bank Network, the curriculum can transform the way that your members and their respective community partners approach their day-to-day work. The outcomes can include a more effective, efficient delivery of services and supports.

The Basic Needs-Informed Curriculum is approved by the National Association of Social Workers for 2.5 social work continuing education contact hours.

Lunch and Learn Panel Discussion: 
The Hidden Consequences of Poverty and the Impact on Child Health  - $1,500

Guests will enjoy a luncheon, informative panel discussion about basic needs in our community, led by National and Local experts and leaders including legislators, pediatricians and leading social workers.

Media Public Service Announcements and Advertising - $1,000

Raising awareness about #DiaperNeed in Idaho, 
encouraging people to attend events and get involved.

Host a Social Event - $500

Invite your friends, neighbors and family to join you at your home, your neighbors home or your favorite business establishment to raise awareness and funds in support of the cause!

Warehouse on Wheels Program Sponsorship Opportunities

Expanding Idaho Diaper Bank to Rural Communities in Idaho 

The Idaho Diaper Bank Warehouse on Wheels (WOW) aims to ensure that every child in Idaho has a chance to meet his or her full potential, including those who live in rural areas.  Reliable access to diapers allows families to keep their babies healthy; helps prevent maternal depression, and allows for a family’s limited resources to go toward other basic needs like food and rent.

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