Huggies & ShopRite Help New Jersey Combat Diaper Need

From July to October, ShopRite and Huggies donated 250,000 diapers to the Community FoodBank of New Jersey, a member of the National Diaper Bank Network.  This helps the 1 in 3 families struggling with diaper need in New Jersey.

How you can help:

  • Donate leftover diapers – have leftover diapers your child outgrew? Your local diaper bank can use them! Opened packages are fine, too.
  • Volunteer at a lo200396155-003cal diaper bank – donate your time, skills, experience, education or man power to support (email to find a place to volunteer near you)
  • Host a diaper drive – every package of diapers you collect and every dollar you raise will impact needy infants and toddlers

The initiative is part of a larger donation of 500,000 diapers and $10,000 to the National Diaper Bank Network to help tackle diaper need—the struggle to provide enough clean diapers to keep a baby or toddler clean, dry, and healthy.*

Local Preschool Gives Back to Community


Through the generosity of donations from parents and teachers at The Goddard School located in West Windsor, NJ, as well as gift cards from Target, ShopRite, BJs, McCaffrey’s and Costco, the School was able to purchase several hundred cans that they used to build the menorah and Christmas tree. The Goddard School also partnered with their neighbor, The Chabad of the Windsors, on this first-time initiative. All canned goods will be donated to local charities such as Mercer Street Friends, Rescue Mission of Trenton and the Soup Kitchen of Trenton (TASK).