Emergency Diaper Need Hubs

How We’re Supporting Families During the COVID-19 Pandemic

In response to the COVID-19 pandemic, Greater DC Diaper Bank has partnered with 25 other basic need provider organizations around the DC metro region to ensure all families have what they need during this tough time. We’ve created Diaper Need Hubs, a place where families can get food and diapers at one location. We’re currently partnering with the following organizations. 

Below you will find some additional information on the partnering organizations and what you need to know before arriving at each location. We do not provide diapers directly to families. Please do not show up at an organization without having reviewed their policies.

WASHINGTON, DC

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Bread for the City

N/A

Call (202) 561-8587 or (202) 265-2400 to get more information about diaper delivery.

Delivering food and diapers to families in need throughout DC, no distribution site.


Dupont Park SDA Church

  • The line assembles in the parking lot of Dupont Park Adventist School.
  • During COVID 19, remain in your car. Cars can assemble in the parking lot of Dupont Park
  • Diaper Distribution on the: 1st, 2nd, 4th, and 5th Tuesday of each month: 10 am – 12 pm
  • Diaper Distribution on the: 3rd Sunday of each month: 10 am – 12 pm
  • Metro Bus Line to our site: W4
  • Our Food Pantry is open to the public on the same days and hours
  • Families in need of diapers shall bring proof (Birth Certificate, Insurance Card etc.) of child’s date of birth (DOB)

Francis on the Hill

  • Walk-up 9:15am on the third Friday of each month at the  Bell Lincoln School: Basketball court on Irving Street.  Distribution is first come first served, as our supply is limited.
  • Food distributions are available at Meridian Hill Park, 15th St and Chapin on Tuesdays and Thursdays at 2pm

Little Lights Urban Ministries

  • Diaper distribution is walk-in
  • Wednesdays and Fridays from 10am to 2:30pm
  • Call (202) 464-2939 with questions or for more information 
  • Use street parking on I Street, if you park in the lot you could be ticketed and/or towed
  • Metro Line:  Potomac Avenue (blue/orange) or Eastern Market (blue/orange)
  • Documentation:  parent/guardian photo ID and child birth certificate
  • Serving Ward 6 residents

Martha’s Table

Diapers available Mondays ONLY 11am – 2pm

  • Families in need of diapers should bring proof of child’s date of birth (DOB)
  • Food is also available at this site

MARYLAND

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Adventist Community Services of Greater Washington (ACSGW)

  • All services by appointment only. Call 301- 585-6556 between 10AM and 3PM
  • Diapers available by appointment only Monday-Thursday 10AM – 2PM
  • Food Pantry by appointment only Monday-Thursday 10AM – 2PM
  • Must provide child’s proof of birth at pickup

City of Hyattsville

Regular distributions are temporarily paused. Distributions are now scheduled on a month-to-month basis. Sign up for Hyattsville City alerts at hyattsville.org/notifyme to receive updates on future distribution dates.


Gaithersburg CARES Hub at Seneca Creek Community Church 

  • Phone: 301-793-3321 Email: gburgcareshub@gmail.com
  • Coordinator: Sooky McFadden,  sooky@senecacreek.org  301 461 4979
  • Referral form:   https://forms.gle/8x3yCjELje3CY9Q67
  • Delivery on Wed and Friday to COVID affected households, sick, in quarantine, at risk, elderly
  • Food, diapers, COVID kits and other needs
  • Serving: Gaithersburg and Montgomery Village areas, 20877, 20878, 20879 and 20886

Laurel Advocacy & Referral Services, Inc. (LARS)

  • All services are currently provided by appointment only. Call 301-776-0442 to make an appt. (M 9AM-2PM & 5-7:30PM, W&F 9AM-2PM).
  • First time visitors must complete an intake form in advance or at first visit and bring required documents. Intake and documents checklist can be found here.
  • Must reside or stay in Laurel zip codes 20707, 20708, 20723, or 20724
  • Families in need of diapers should bring proof of child’s date of birth (DOB)

Lean On Us Unity House of Faith

  • People can call or send emails or just come to the pickup days.
  • 301-281-2711, leanonusuunityccc@gmail.com
  • Hours of Operation: Tuesday 4-6, Friday 2-5 every first Sat of the month 8-12

Mid County Hub at Harvest Intercontinental

  • Serving: Rockville, Olney, Wheaton-Glenmont
  • Providing food and diapers, drive-through on Saturdays 9 – 11 AM
  • Home delivery on Saturdays 12-4 PM to: sick, in quarantine, people who lack transportation, at risk, elderly

Mid County Hub at Hughes United Methodist Church

  • Phone: 301-949-8383, Email: HughesumcHub@gmail.com
  • Coordinator: Aranza Gasca, aranzasugasca@gmail.com
  • Drive Through Food Distribution: Tuesdays 12:30 pm until supplies last 
  • Walkers need to register: bit.ly/hughesregistration Or by voice or text: (301) 678-4969
  • Registrations should be submitted by the Friday prior to distribution day.
  • Walk in service is for neighbors within walking distance..
  • DIAPER Distribution is by appointment only once a month. Please request an appointment at: bit.ly/hughesdiapers
  • Home Delivery to COVID affected households, sick, in quarantine, lack transportation, at risk, elderly and single parents with young children.
  • Serving: Wheaton, Glenmont, SS (Highly represented zip codes: 20902, 20906 20901)

Oak Chapel Service Consolidation Hub 

  • Food distributions on site on Thursdays at 11 AM
  • Home deliveries on Wednesdays
  • Serving 20906 and nearby areas

Rainbow Community Development Center

  • Call 240-628-9154 to setup an appointment for diapers and/or food
    NOTE: No walk-ins
  • Please only leave one voicemail message, we will call to schedule your appointment.
  • Questions? Email diapers@rainbowcdc.org

Rockville, Twinbrook – Interfaith Works

  • Food distribution DRIVE THROUGH, WALK IN Fridays from 11 am – 1 pm (food, diapers, clothing center, and case management) 
  • Home delivery to COVID affected households, sick, in quarantine, lack of transportation, elderly, at risk, and single parents with young children 

Silver Spring Hub at Clifton Park Baptist Church

  • Phone: 301-434-2456
  • Email: silverspringhub@gmail.com
  • Food on Wednesdays, first come first served 8:30 – 11 am and scheduling appointments for diaper pick up on Tuesdays and Thursdays; drive through, walk up
  • First Saturday of each month, first come first served 8:30 – 10:30 am
  • TEFAP is the third Wednesday of each month from 4 – 6 pm, preregistration required
  • Serving Silver Spring, Langley Park, Long Branch, Takoma, areas 20903

So What Else

  • Hours of distribution are Tuesday-Thursday 11 AM – 4 PM, no appointment needed. 
  • Email any questions to meganjoe0703@gmail.com

SHABACH Ministries Inc.

  • All service by appointment only by calling 240-532-7003.

  • Hours of Operation: 10:00am-2:30pm

  • Diapers and Food Pantry are available by appointment only Monday through Friday.

     

  • Must provide child’s proof of birth at pick up.
  • First time visitors must complete an intake form in advance and bring the required documents at appointment time.
  • Outreach service is provided twice a month in the Community, must provide zip code, number in house hold and diapers size.
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United Communities Against Poverty, Inc. (UCAP)

  • Families in need of food and diapers should call 301-322-5700 ext 101 to make an appointment (available M-F from 9:30am-2:30pm)
  • Families in need of diapers should bring proof of child’s date of birth (DOB)
  • Prince George’s county residents only

Upcounty Hub

  • Please call (240) 912-1077 to make an appointment to receive diapers.

VIRGINIA

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Arlington Mill Community Center

  • Call (703) 228-1300, Monday through Friday to obtain a referral and make an appointment (English and Spanish)

Arlington County residents only


The Salvation Army of Loudoun County

Distributing diapers for children by appointment only. Please fill out the following assistance form from our website or Facebook page. Signed forms need to be emailed tojael.washington@uss.salvationarmy.org.

  • Pickup appointments are scheduled on Tuesdays and Thursdays between 10:00 AM to 2:00 PM.
  • Each child gets approximately 100 diapers per visit.
  • Each family can receive diapers once every 4 weeks.
  • You can only request diapers from Salvation Army if you haven’t received diapers from another organization in the last 30 days.

St. Anthony of Padua

  • Diapers will be distributed Monday – Thursday  4PM – 5PM
  • Food Pantry is open Monday and Wednesday 10AM – 2 PM

Food Pantry is located behind the Church building


United Community (UC)

  • UC will provide diapers to families as needed through their food pantry
  • Food Pantry’s Hours are as follows: Monday & Friday 9:00 am to 11:45 am and Tuesday, Wednesday & Thursday 1:00 pm to 5:00 pm.
  • UC provides support for families in Fairfax County in the following zip codes: 22306, 22307, 22308, 22309, and East of Telegraph 22303 & 22310
  • All clients seeking food assistance must bring a valid photo ID and proof of baby’s DOB
  • All new clients are required to complete two separate intake forms (one for USDA TEFAP food and one for United Community) in order to receive food

Western Fairfax Christian Ministries

  • Diapers by appointment M-F
  • Call 703-988-9656 for an appointment or visit wfcmva.org for more information 
  • Hours of Operation: M-F by appointment