The National Diaper Bank and local diaper bank Baby Basics accept a $10,000 donation from Mejier and 150,000 diapers from Huggies No Baby Unhugged program Wednesday, April 19, 2017 in Cincinnati, OH. at 80 Acres Farms. (Chris Cone/AP Images for Huggies)

Hug ALL of the Babies With Huggies No Baby Unhugged Program

*The Quirky Mom Next Door received Huggies diapers and wipes in exchange for honest coverage of this program. All thoughts and opinions are those of our own only and were not influenced in any way.

Babies need six to ten diapers per day. That is around 11,000 diapers in a child’s life and more than $3,000 spent. One in three mothers in the United States struggle with the ability to provide clean, dry diapers for their babies. This is why the Huggies No Baby Unhugged program helps to provide diapers to these families in need.

Now through October 31, 2017, for every pack of Huggies purchased, Shoprite and Huggies will donate a day’s worth of diapers to the National Diaper Bank Network. Up to 500,000 diapers will go to help provide diapers to the little ones.

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When people have children, there are a million things to stress about. We worry about their health, safety, whether or not we’re making the right decisions for them, the list is endless. When money is tight, sometimes parents are forced to choose between necessities. Putting food on the table becomes the priority but babies need clean diapers for their health and I am so grateful to see Shoprite and Huggies come together to help these babies and their parents.

With my oldest, I was a single mother working hard to get my life on track. Even with a full-time job, I struggled to afford everything we needed. The few luxuries that I was able to give to my daughter were provided by friends and family. Things like clothes and even child care were provided to me by amazing resources just like this program, put together by people who care. There are so many parents out there stressing about how to juggle it all. The Huggies No Baby Unhugged program is such a blessing for these families.

babylikeshuggiesMy baby loves her comfy Huggies!

If you would like to do your part to help, you can donate your Huggies Rewards points at Huggies.com/Rewards, or even assist locally by volunteering at your local diaper bank or organizing a diaper drive. I can tell you firsthand that your generosity is a big deal and very appreciated. I’ll forever be grateful of the help we received in our time of need and I strongly feel that it has attributed to the success and happiness of our lives today!

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*The Quirky Mom Next Door received diapers and wipes in exchange for sharing this program. All opinions and experiences are her own only. 

11 thoughts on “Hug ALL of the Babies With Huggies No Baby Unhugged Program

  1. I never really thought that this might be an issue, but it makes perfect sense. Glad Huggies is trying to do something about it.

  2. I don’t have any points to donate but I am going to purchase and donate locally. Diapers are expensive and a cost that shouldn’t be stressful for a parent. I love this program!

  3. What a great program. When my daughter was a baby, over 30 years ago, there was a group that gave me two huge bags of diapers. I was so grateful for their help and it did help.

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