Partner Agencies

Our Goal

Our goal is to bridge the gap in available resources for Arizona’s neediest and most vulnerable populations, which we do working through our partner agencies.

Want To Become A Partner?

Requirements

  • 501(C)(3) status as defined by the IRS;
  • In good standing with national affiliates or parent organization (if applicable)
  • 80% of clients anticipated to receive diapers fall below the federal poverty line
  • Case management system provides a minimum of 30 days to no less than 90% of clients; (The Diaper Bank defines case management as no less than a needs assessment, referral or intervention and a follow-up)
  • Serving clients in Arizona
  • Must distribute DB products to a minimum of 20 unduplicated individuals monthly
  • Has three years of 990 filings posted publicly

FAQs

Does the Diaper Bank accept partners at anytime?

Are there any costs associated with being a Diaper Bank distribution partner?

What is the process for applying to become a partner?

How often can a partner agency place an order?

At the moment the Arizona Diaper Bank is not accepting new applications for Partner Agencies. The application process will open in the Spring of 2024

All Our Partner Agencies

A special thanks highlighting DBSA’s network of community support. Without you, this does not work.

Southern Arizona:

  • American Indian Association – Tucson Indian Center
  • Amphitheater Public Schools – Parents as Teachers
  • Arizona Youth Partnership – Youth & Families
  • Aviva Children’s Services – Emergency Foster Care support
  • Baboquivari Unified School District – Sunrise House
  • Benson Hospital
  • Child & Family Resources, Inc – Cochise, Pima, Pinal, Yuma
  • Christ Church United Methodist – Community Food Bank
  • Community Action Human Resources Agency (CAHRA)
  • El Rio Health
  • Family Health Care Amigos -The Lending Shed
  • Friendship Missionary Baptist Church
  • Greater Vail Community Resources – Food Bank
  • Green Valley Assistance Services, Inc. (Valley Assistance Services)
  • International Rescue Committee
  • JobPath, Inc.
  • Las Artes Arts & Education Center
  • Marana Resource Center – Community Food Bank
  • Pima Council on Aging
  • Pima County on Behalf of the Pima County Health Department
  • Sahuarita Food Bank & Community Resource Center
  • Sunnyside High School- Teen Parent Program
  • Sunnyside- Parents as Teachers
  • Tucson Unified School District – Teenage Parent High School

Central Arizona:

  • Alleluia Diaper Closet
  • Cartwright School District Center for Strong Families
  • Chicanos Por La Causa
  • Desert Grace Community Church of the Nazarene – Jessie’s Closet
  • Harvest Compassion Center
  • Helen’s Hope Chest
  • HEMP Legacy Foundation
  • Homeward Bound
  • ICNA Relief Programs USA
  • Jose’s Closet
  • Lutheran Social Services of the Southwest
  • Maggie’s Place, Inc.
  • NourishPHX
  • Phoenix Gospel Mission
  • Sojourner Center
  • Tempe Community Action Agency