Seneca Savings Bank "Make a Mother's Day" Diaper Drive

To Benefit CNY Diaper Bank


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Central New York Diaper Bank Inc.

EIN: 81-2106440


Now more than ever, it is so important that we take care of each other. Let's come together to help the CNY Diaper Bank take care of our most vulnerable little citizens. 

In the past two years, the CNY Diaper Bank distributed close to FOUR MILLION diapers to families in need through their network of 39 partner agencies and directly at drive-up distributions. Diapers are a huge expense for low income families and there are no public assistance programs that help with the cost. As people lost jobs and wages due to the pandemic, many families who were just getting by, now found themselves in dire circumstances--forced to choose between buying food or buying diapers. Diapers are a basic need for babies--essential for keeping them clean, dry and healthy. 

You can help the CNY Diaper Bank continue to provide this critical relief for local families by participating in our drive. Sizes 4, 5, and 6 are needed most.

Here are three ways to help:

1. Shop locally and drop off the diapers at any Seneca Savings branch location. *** Aldi's, Walmart, Costco and BJ's have lowest prices.

2. Shop online for the lowest price through CNY Diaper Bank's Registry for Good at Walmart. Forward your order to [email protected] so the diapers you purchase are added to our count.

3. Donate online using the form below. All donations made in May (up to $10k) will be matched thanks to a local funder. This means your gift will go TWICE as far. You can also share this fundraiser on FB or email it to family and friends to spread the word and make a bigger impact.




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Central New York Diaper Bank Inc.

A 501(c)(3) organization

EIN 81-2106440