Mothers for Others’ Community-Wide Virtual Diaper Drive Ends Sunday

As Fairfield County’s largest independent diaper bank, Mothers for Others has provided over 930,000 diapers to low income families.

This year, Mothers for Others will distribute its one-millionth diaper.

This Mother’s Day through Father’s Day, Mothers for Others launched its most ambitious campaign to date, a community-wide virtual diaper drive to fund the diapers that will reach one million. To date, Mothers for Others has raised over $13,000, which is over 60% of its goal.

“We have an incredible community that has generously supported Mothers for Others since our founding. We have been so happy with the response to our virtual diaper drive,” Giannuzzi said. “Every dollar makes a difference for parents and small children in our community experiencing diaper need.”

The cost to diaper one child for one year is close to $1,000 and diapers are not covered by any federal or state assistance programs. Support Mothers for Others’ Road to One Million diapers at

Mothers for Others would like to thank its virtual diaper drive partners: McArdle’s Garden and Floral Design, Ivy Rehab, Timo & Violet, Choice Pet, Old Greenwich School, Brunswick School, Salon 221, Putnam Indian Field School, Pacai Skincare, Macrae Skye, By the Way Bakery, Sam Bridge Nursery and Greenhouses, Katie Fong Boutique, Dr. Katie Wellness Insights, LLF Studio, Splash Car Wash, Minute Men Cleaners, Trapp Opticians, Smart Kids Toys, Greenwich Pharmacy, Hot Phiit and Greenwich Library.

Mothers for Others supports the well-being of low and limited income families by providing diapers for children from birth to three years old. It is the largest independent diaper bank in Fairfield County, and the only dedicated diaper bank serving the town of Greenwich. Mothers for Others works in partnership with Children’s Learning Centers, Family Centers, the Greenwich Department of Human Services, Inspirica, Kids in Crisis, Malta House, Person to Person, Jewish Family Services of Greenwich, Neighbor to Neighbor, the YWCA Greenwich and The Diaper Bank of Connecticut. To learn more, visit