Diapers are expensive. The endless stream of poop and pee in your baby’s first few years is bad enough. But, worse is the fact that all of that money you are spending on diapers ends up in your trash can.
A typical child uses 7,000 disposable diapers before potty-training. That’s a whole lot of trash and a whole lot of money. Cloth diapers are a great way to cut down on both.
To build on that idea, GroVia has an exciting new program for families in need that will allow them to diaper their infants through age three for a single rental fee of $40. Considering I spent $40 on a single box of disposable diapers just this week, that is a great deal!
GroVia Gives is intended to help families with temporary or long-term financial struggles diaper their babies. GroVia believes that no baby should go without clean, safety-compliant diapers, and no family should have to choose between paying for food and utilities and diapering their baby.
To participate in the program, applicants must pay the $40 rental fee and GroVia will send a GroVia Gives Diaper Set intended to fit babies 10-35 lbs.
The set includes 16 bamboo/cotton trifolds and 4 one-size diaper covers. These sets are part of a lending program, so they may be gently worn, but that’s the beauty of it.
GroVia Gives sustainability relies heavily on participants returning the diapers when they no longer have a need.
If you, or someone you know has a need – check out this program. This could be a great gift idea for a baby shower.