GroVia & Giving Diapers, Giving Hope team up!


1 in 3 families, in the United States, struggles to afford diapers for their babies.  Disposable diapers are likely the biggest expense for families and in a house with a child in diapers, disposables make up 50% of household waste.  Giving Diapers, Giving Hope, founded by Kristen McCarthy in 2011, is a non profit created to answer and eliminate these two issues.

GroVia has teamed up with Giving Diapers, Giving Hope to manage the day to day operations, donations, and fulfillment for the foundation.  We are beyond thrilled to help families in the United States with their diapering needs and support this incredible effort.

Giving Diapers, Giving Hope is a cloth diaper lending service for low income families.  It is a Not For Profit organization and run completely on donations. We accept donations of cloth diapers and diapering accessories, as well as monetary donations, which help us maintain the diapers and purchase more diapers to be lent out. We are NOT a diaper service. We lend the diapers to the parents/guardians and they are responsible to do the washing themselves.

There is no cost for the lent diapers! This service is completely free. We charge a flat rate of $35, which covers the shipping to you and then back to us when you are done and Paypal fees.    If you lose or ruin a cloth diaper while in your care, it is suggested to donate the cost of the diaper/s so that we can purchase another diaper of similar quality. This is not mandatory but highly recommended so that we can continue to provide this service to other families.

Join us in celebrating this wonderful partnership.  To learn more, to donate, or apply for the service please visit:

3 thoughts on “GroVia & Giving Diapers, Giving Hope team up!”

  • Laura McDaniel

    This is awesome!!!

  • Angela Collado
    Angela Collado March 14, 2014 at 8:42 am

    I do not mean to be rude. But I checked out the giving diapers giving hope website, because I need help right now with diapers and I found that you have to pay 35 dollar fee. Well, in amazon I saw I diaper package for $ 33 a starter pack is a really good deal but I don't have the money. I don't understand they charging people for donated diapers. There are no places around my area that donate diapers and I find unfair that people have to pay that much money for something that is just rented and donated . Just a thought!

  • Kim

    Angela, the $35 fee is to cover shipping an entire stash to the recipient as well as to pay for them to be returned once the family is done with them. You are not being charged for diapers, but it does cost a significant amount of money to ship a 5-7lb box of diapers!!