914CARES Takes Part in World’s Largest Diaper Drive

From May 1-6, Westchester non-profit 914Cares will take part in the World’s Largest Diaper Drive, a collaborative effort by diaper banks across the country. While the collective goal is for all participating organizations to gather 2,000,000 diapers for families in-need, 914Cares’ specific goal for Westchester County is to collect 100,000 diapers by May 6.


“One in three families in the US cannot afford to diaper their babies,” 914Cares CEO and Chairman Jessica Reinmann said. “There are physical and emotional effects of diaper need—babies without enough diapers are susceptible to diaper rash, but there’s also a demonstrated link between diaper need and maternal depression. The World’s Largest Diaper Drive is a great way to draw awareness to the work that 914Cares does all year long.”


914Cares has partnered with donation locations across Westchester County, including:

• Royal New York, Chappaqua

• Congregation Emanu-El of Westchester, Rye

• Tig & Peach, Pelham

• Random Farms Kids Theater, Elmsford

• ROCKS Jewelry Gifts Home, Chappaqua

• The Little School, Scarsdale


Each of these locations has a bin for diaper donations through May 6, and donations can also be made via 914Cares’ Amazon Wish List. All diapers donated must be in new plastic packaging.


For additional information and to coordinate coverage, contact Lisa Horten at lisa@914cares.org.


ABOUT 914CARES: Our vision is for everyone in Westchester to live a full, healthy, and happy life free from the hardship of poverty. 914Cares works to ensure our neighbors in need are cared for by collaborating, supporting and providing resources to local organizations, educating the community about poverty and encouraging actionable generosity. We carry out our primary mission by: Distributing tangible re- sources, Educating the community, Engaging the next generation, and Collaborating with Community Partners. For more information, visit 914cares.org.