At Cincinnati's Sweet Cheeks Diaper Bank, baby's bottoms are the top concern

The nonprofit announces it has donated its 1 millionth diaper to a needy family as it bids to wipe out "diaper need" in our community

click to enlarge Busy workers at Sweet Cheeks Diaper Bank - PHOTO: Provided
PHOTO: Provided
Busy workers at Sweet Cheeks Diaper Bank

Sweet Cheeks Diaper Bank, a Cincinnati nonprofit that only launched in 2015, has announced that it has already donated 1 million diapers to families that otherwise might have trouble affording to provide their babies with enough diapers for them to stay clean, dry and healthy. It says some 16,000 children in the Greater Cincinnati require such each month to avoid "diaper need." Sweet Cheeks partners with local social service agencies.

“One million diapers donated is a major accomplishment for us, and we are excited to be hitting this milestone so quickly,” says the nonprofit's founder and CEO Megan Fischer in a press release. “Thanks to our partner agencies, donors, sponsors and volunteers, we have been able to ramp up our diaper distribution this year and serve more families and babies in Greater Cincinnati than ever before. We can’t wait to keep growing and get even closer to wiping out diaper need in our community.

“By assisting families during what can be one of the most challenging times in a parent’s life, we’re working to build a strong community for the future," Fischer says.

For more information on Sweet Cheeks and how to donate, visit

Sweet Cheeks will host the 3rd Annual Diaper Dash 5K fundraising event on October 18. Registration information can be found at

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