Reusable Goods That Do Good
1 in 3 families in the U.S. struggle to regularly afford diapers. Often times these families will have to choose between buying food or buying diapers. Salem Cloth Project is committed to helping end diaper need in our community.
Salem Cloth Project is a Cloth Diaper Bank located in Salem, Oregon that provides free cloth diaper kits to families and care givers in need of assistance. The proceeds from our Eco Shop help us run our cloth diaper program, so you can feel good about every purchase. In 2021, Salem Cloth Project has distributed over 2,000 cloth diapers to families in Marion County. With your help we can end diaper need and ensure that no family has to choose between buying dinner and buying diapers.
Cloth Diaper Program
Families or caregivers in Marion County, Oregon are eligible to receive a free cloth diaper kit for every child in diapers, in their care. A cloth diaper kit includes cloth diapers, cloth wipes, a wet bag, a diaper pail liner and access to cloth diaper classes and resources.
On average, disposable diapers can cost between $2,500-$3,000 per child while they're in diapers. With the help of Salem Cloth Project, we can help reduce that cost to almost nothing.