Friday, November 1, 2013

The Rebecca Foundation's Cloth Diaper Closet-Diaper Drive and Giveaway!

 
This month starting today November 1st and ending on November 30th The Rebecca Foundation's Cloth Diaper Closet is having a diaper drive at locations all across America! 

 For those of you who aren't aware of the organization.  The Rebecca Foundation is a national cloth diaper lending bank, with chapters located in cities across the United States, providing support, education and guidance to low income or in need families. 

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What items can be donated?

 

We gladly accept new, previously loved and WAHM/Handmade items are accepted


Cloth Diapers Boys, Girls or Gender Neutral (i.e. pul covers, wool, pockets, AIO or AI2, Fitteds, OS)
Inserts (i.e. prefolds, mircofiber, bamboo or hemp)
Wet Bags 
Diaper Pail Covers
Cloth Wipes
Detergent 
Coconut Oil
All Natural Parenting products

How Can I Help?

 
Businesses can support local families in need by offering to be a donation
drop-off site. Please contact the closest chapter or our main chapter at
info@therebeccafoundation.org
As an individual you can donate your new, previously loved, or TLC cloth diapers and accessories to those who are in need. Simply drop off your donation and we’ll do the rest.
No drop off location near by...
That’s ok! Financial donations can be made online
and diaper & accessory donations are accepted directly
or may be mailed to all chapter locations.
 

You can start also by connecting with The Rebecca Foundation's Cloth Diaper Closet the following ways:

Facebook//Twitter//Website//Pinterest
 

 Giveaway!

To kick off what we hope to be a big event to raise more awareness of our organization we are having a giveaway included!  Two winners will be randomly drawn to either win set of mama cloth (regular) from Cow Patties cloth diapers or a Teething Bling Necklace!  A big thank you to these two awesome companies for sponsoring this giveaway!










 For your chance to win simply fill out the Giveaway Tools form below.  The giveaway is open to US residents and you must be 18 or older.  The giveaway is open until November 30th after that date the winner will be drawn by Giveaway tools and emailed.  The winner (s) will have 48 hours to respond to the winning email or another winner will be drawn. 




The sponsors donated the items that are being given away.  They in no way influenced my post.  I am simply promoting an organization that I feel is helping other families in need.  I received no compensation at all for writing.   -Miranda
 
 

40 comments:

  1. I love their mission and that they're growing! I wish we had a chapter near me!

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    1. You can always open your own Chapter!! :) To look into it or gain more information go here-http://www.therebeccafoundation.org/#!get-involved/ccjp

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  2. They accept things other than just cloth diapers.

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  3. I learned that they are looking for donations, including: cloth diapers, inserts, wet bags, diaper pail covers, cloth wipes, detergent, coconut oil, and other natural parenting products!

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  4. you can donate cloth diapers and related items!

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  5. I learned that they are looking for volunteers to plan events, write grants, and blog or even run their blog.

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  6. They have chapters all over the United States!

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  7. The families receiving diapers are asked to volunteer 2 hours each month because they have a "give it back / pay it forward" attitude

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  8. I learned that they accept WIC documents! And that they are all over the USA supporting low income family's and ship to them free of charge.

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  9. They lend to those who are on Medicaid.

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  10. I love this program. I hope it spreads like wild fire. There are so many people who this can help.

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  11. I learned that they take many cloth diaper related products, which is great!

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  12. Learned that they help families all over the US

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  13. I learned that if you are on the loan program, you have to also volunteer. makes sense.

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  14. i learned that they accept cloth diaper accessories as well as diapers!

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  15. I learned that they have no age limit for children in need at that anyone borrowing has to volunteer at least 2 hours a month to pay it forward.

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  16. I learned that they want to expand, and wish they had a chapter near me.

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  17. I learned that there is a company that lends cloth diapers to low income families. Something I didn't know before and I think that's great.

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  18. I love this concept! I learned that they ask families who receive assistance to volunteer 2 hours a month, as a pay it forward.

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  19. I learned that any family on a govenment assistance program such as WIC, Food Stamps or Medicaid may apply.

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  20. I would love to try one of these!

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  21. I learned that part of the agreement is to donate time back to the organization.

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  22. I learned that there is no chapter in my state. :(

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    1. You should open your own chapter!! :)

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  23. I didn't know that you COULD open your own chapter! I want to look into it! That's exciting!

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  24. I learned that they are a cloth diaper lending bank helping to support low income families.

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  25. I learned that you can get cloth diapers on loan for the cost of shipping. This is great for low income families.

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  26. i learned that they also accept diaper accessories

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  27. I liked watching the discover cloth videos and learning about cloth diapering since I am planning to cloth diaper.

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  28. I learned that you can volunteer for their wonderful organization!

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  29. I learned that they require their recipients to volunteer.

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  30. I learned that there are two chapters that are pretty local to me, each within an hours drive. Though we haven't started our cloth diaper journey officially yet (baby is due Dec 14!) I would love to donate our diapers when we are finished with them.

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  31. I learner that this foundation started as a thought from her oldest daughter :)

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  32. I learned that you can send both cloth diapers AND accessories in to help those in need.

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  33. I didn't even know a service like this existed! Its awesome and an amazing resource for families who can't afford to start a stash! Keep up the good work.

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  34. I really like the 'pay-it-forward' attitude and requirement of 2 hrs a month of volunteer work. very cool!

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  35. i learned that they help familys in need with no or low income and the pay it forward is so awesome to volunteer for 2 hrs for the help of cloth diaper is just to cool i myself am a low income family and am going to look into this.

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  36. I didn't know there was an organization like this. Such a wonderful idea! I never thought about how low income families wouldn't be able to afford diapers.

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