Donations for Utah Diaper Bank

Monetary Donations

 

Thanks to Huggies’ special purchase program for diaper banks, we are able to buy diapers from them at a greatly reduced price. Your donated dollars can purchase 3-6 times the amount you could buy at a store. 

 

Please send monetary donations to:

 

Utah Diaper Bank

615 E. Pioneer Ave.

Sandy, UT 84070  

 



Diaper Donations

 

Diaper Drop Off Locations:

  

Sugar Space Arts Warehouse

132 South 800 West

Salt Lake City, UT 

In the parking lot under the pavilion.

     

Utah Diaper Bank

615 E. Pioneer Ave

Sandy, UT 84070

Our Immediate Needs


Working Space


Our grant funds will run out this fall at that point we will either need to obtain an additional grant, or donated/low-cost working space.  You should check with your accountant but we are a public charity so the difference between what you charge us and fair market rate may be able to be counted as a donation.

Working Space Requirements -

Minimum

  • Located somewhere between Draper and downtown Salt Lake
  • 1500 sq. ft. ground floor
  • Heat (we will pay utility bill)
  • Access to bathroom
  • Access from 9:00 AM – 10:00 PM Seven days a week

 

Optimum – Flex type space

  • Located in the greater Sandy area
  • 2,000 – 3,000 sq. ft
  • Garage door type entrance

 

The Utah Diaper bank would:

  • Pay for utilities
  • Obtain any required liability insurance
  • Vacate the space with 30 days’ notice (60 days preferred)
  • Could pay nominal rent


We Have Space!

I’m happy to announce that our search for a storage space has ended.  Webb Production has generously donated sufficient space that will allow us to resume our shipments at the 35,000 diapers a month level.  We are grateful for this generous donation.  With this donation plus the generosity of the community in general we expect to increase our monthly shipments to 40,000 before the end of 2019.  Thank you all for your continued support especially Webb Production!


 

Covered Trailer


We’re moving more and more diapers all across the state we could use a covered trailer.