Nashville Diaper Connection wants to ensure that every baby in Nashville has enough diapers to remain clean, dry, and healthy.
The Nashville Diaper Connection started when founder Doug Adair asked a simple question: “What can I do to help?”
In 2013 Doug asked a local food bank director what he could do to help and the reply was “Find me some diapers!” That didn’t sound too tough, until Doug started the research and learned about America’s diaper need. He found diaper banks in a few other cities but nothing was being done for Nashville’s diaper need. His wife, Susan Culkin, joined his mission and they cleared out space in their garage and started spreading the word and building relationships in Nashville to get and distribute diapers.
Since founding Nashville Diaper Connection in June 2013, we have distributed over 670,000 diapers. We are a 501(c)3 Tax Exempt Organization and a member of the National Diaper Bank Network. We continue to gratefully accept donations of diapers and dollars to help to local struggling families.
- Raise awareness of diaper need in Nashville.
- Collect and distribute greatest possible number of packages of disposable diapers (any size, any amount).
- Build relationships with local and corporate donation resources (e.g., National Diaper Bank Network/Huggies “Every Little Bottom”).