Cincinnati Museum Center and Sweet Cheeks Diaper Bank work together to distribute diapers to families in need

CINCINNATI (WXIX) – The Cincinnati Museum Center is partnering with the Sweet Cheeks Diaper Bank to collect and distribute diapers to families in need to meet critical health needs.

Guests can donate diapers at a collection point near the entrance to the Children’s Museum, which Sweet Cheeks will collect and distribute to families in the greater Cincinnati area.

Diapers are not covered by WIC or SNAP programs that support many low-income families. On average, a baby needs $ 70-80 worth of diapers a month, which adds up to over $ 900 a year.

“We are thrilled to be supporting the life changing work of Sweet Cheeks Diaper Bank so that we can together meet the educational, physical, and emotional needs of our community,” said Elizabeth Pierce, President and CEO of the Cincinnati Museum Center.

Sweet Cheeks, the city’s only non-profit diaper bank, was founded in 2015 and has donated over 36.6 million diapers to families in need.

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