Wake County's First Diaper Bank
Serving families since 2011
1,000,000 diapers distributed!

The Diaper Train provides diapers to low-income families in Wake County, improving the lives of babies and toddlers. The program is run by volunteers and serves over 900 children each month. Volunteers work with churches, businesses, schools and civic groups to collect diapers, baby wipes and children's books. The community is served in two ways:

1. Diapers are distributed to crisis centers, transitional programs and emergency food pantries to assist the families they serve.  For more information, visit our Partner Agencies page.

2. Families with a referral may come to Saint Saviour's Center on Tuesday or Thursday morning between 10:00 a.m. and 12:00 p.m. to receive diapers, wipes (when available) and children's books. Families must live in Wake County and have a referral from an approved Referring Agency.  Return visits are by appointment only.

NOTE: Demand for Diapers has temporarily outgrown our capacity.  Effective Sept. 18, 2014, we are not able to take new referrals. 

Diaper Need Awareness Week
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Governer McCrory has issued a proclamation stating that September 8-14 is Diaper Need Awareness Week in North Carolina. 
Please donate generously to diaper banks, diaper drives and organizations that distribute diapers to families in need to help alleviate diaper need in our state. 

How can you help?

You can order diapers through Wish List at Amazon.com and have them delivered directly to usOur list name is Diaper Train.

We currently need:

  • Diapers in sizes 1, 2 and 4
  • Baby wipes
  • Gently used children's books (ages 0-5)  


is now a drop-off point for 


Take any size diapers and wipes into the studio any weekday!

231 Bickett Blvd. in Raleigh 

We greatly appreciate the National Diaper Bank Network and Huggies for their donation of 293,000 diapers. 
Also, a big thanks to the Food Bank of Central and Eastern North Carolina for unloading and storing the diapers.


Letter from a Raleigh mom: Dirty Diaper Reflections

News and Observer, August 7, 2013: Why Disposable