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  • Diapers and Wipes | Every Bottom Covered | Buffalo

    EVERY BOTTOM COVERED, INC. Western New York's Diaper Bank Every Bottom Covered is working to address diaper need across all eight counties of Western New York to raise awareness of diaper need by providing clean basic hygiene needs to underserved families and advocating for them. Learn More Services Programs Every Bottom Covered addresses diaper need directly by providing clean essential hygiene products to underserved families across Western New York. Learn More > Help spread the word Every Bottom Covered is working to end diaper need in Western New York and raise awareness of the effects of diaper need in our community. Support EBC > partnerships Help address diaper need by providing clean hygiene supplies to the families that you serve Join Us > VIDEOS How Every Bottom Covered, Inc. has been addressing Diaper Need Every Bottom Covered's Journey Play Video Play Video WIVBTV Local woman creates first of it's kind diaper bank in Buffalo to help low-income families A new non-profit called Every Bottom Covered is like a food bank, but instead provides diapers to families in need in WNY. Play Video Play Video WIVB - Every Bottom Covered Has a New Home at Delavan Grider Community Center Play Video Play Video Facebook Page How I Came Up: Raziya Hill Play Video Play Video National Diaper Bank Network Simple Choices, Simple Solutions Diaper need is a public health issue we can solve Thank you to everyone who joined NDBN Lobby Days 2021. Play Video Play Video NDBN 2017 Diaper Bank News Compilation Play Video Play Video 2nd Annual Diaper Drive at The Care Connection Play Video Play Video AM Buffalo (WKBW) Every Bottom Covered & Univera Every Bottom Covered received a $10,000 grant from Univera that helped address transportation concerns for families experiencing diaper need across Western New York. Play Video Play Video WGRZ-TV Moment of silence held one week after Buffalo mass shooting A moment of silence was held one week after the Buffalo mass shooting. The Tops may be closed, but groceries still exchange hands on Jefferson Avenue Saturday morning. There is an open air market with free supplies to anyone who needs them just yards from the site of Saturday's deadly shooting, a shop familiar to Razyia Hill long before it was broadcast to the rest of the world. "I shop at the Tops. I live in this community. I was raised in this community. I remember when the Tops was built. So I just want be here,” she said, repeating herself. “I just want be here.” Hill founded Every Bottom Covered, handing out thousands of diapers, many purchased by people off the organization's Amazon wish list just days before. "We just hope to pay it forward and give that support back into our community because this is just an unfathomable event,” she said. Organizers say 20 different groups joined the effort before closing at 2 p.m. That's when the crowd shifted, instead centering around a space with so much hurt and heartbreak: the closed Tops location. If the intention was to divide, Good Neighbors are instead united along the perimeter. Some, like Lawrence West, travelling across state lines to be here. "We just came up here to support show unity, standing in solidarity,” the Richmond resident and member of Black Lives Matter said. But the energy only lasts so long. Someone takes a microphone to announce, “let's have a minute and a half of silence, starting right now,” and heads bow, eyes close. Some kneel close to the names of the dead written on white doves at the corner of the Tops parking lot. The moment of silences lasts 123 seconds, the same length of time it reportedly took a gunman to kill ten people and injure three others. As people lift their gaze again, the names are read aloud: Roberta Drury, Margus Morrison, Andre Mackniel, Aaron Salter, Geraldine Talley, Celestine Chaney, Heywood Patterson, Katherine Massey, Pearly Young, Ruth Whitfield, plus the injured Zaire Goodman, Jennifer Warrington, and Christopher Braden. The suspect’s name is never spoken. It will take longer than 123 seconds to heal. But the unity makes Hill optimistic. The moment of silence may start movement in the right direction. "I hope that the same momentum continues. I hope that we continue to do this could work, and I hope we continue to align with one another,” she said.

  • Need Help? | Every Bottom Covered

    Do you need diapers? Guidelines Must complete the application and provide proof of low-income services, up to and including Photo ID/Passport Proof of Relationship to the child(ren) being enrolled Parent/Guardian Relative Case Management Child Care Provider ​​​​ Proof of Low-Income Services received​ SNAP​ TANF WIC Medicaid Proof of Income​ SSI/SSD Paystubs We provide 50 diapers or 25 pull-ups and wipes for all children under 3 in low-income households. Supplies are NOT provided after the 3rd birthday.​ ​ Supplies are provided EVERY 30 DAYS for all eligible children.​ ​ If you are enrolled at one location, you CANNOT enroll at another site. You can transfer to another site but cannot move between several locations.​ ​ Once you are enrolled, you need to return with your photo ID every month. ​ Erie & Niagara Counties, NY If you reside in Buffalo or the surrounding areas, you can sign up and receive diapers, pull-ups, and wipes at the Delavan Grider Community Center. ​ Supplies are distributed between Noon and 4 PM Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays. ​ Please be prepared with Photo ID NYS Benefit Card (or Budget Sheet) WIC Card Birth Certificate Medicaid Card Allegany County, NY If you reside in Allegany County and need support, use the below link to enroll for services, and the location you select will contact you for pickup. ​ Chautauqua County, NY If you reside in Chautauqua County and need support, use the below link to enroll for services, and the Options Care Center will contact you for pickup. ​

  • Partnerships | Every Bottom Covered

    Our Partners Delavan Grider Community Center Feed Buffalo Ardent Solutions Say Yes Buffalo FSS Program West Side Community Services Jones Women & Children's Clinic Buffalo Municipal Housing Authority Tabernacle of Praise Open Buffalo Cuba Cultural Center, Inc. Options Care Center ACCORD Corp. Partner with Every Bottom Covered We are all interconnected. We focus on diaper need and how this need affects the whole community, not just the household. Our immediate response is to provide clean basic hygiene supplies, including diapers and pads for women and children, while advocating for healthier communities. Community partnerships Located close (less than 50 miles) to/from the warehouse, able to commit to picking up supplies for enrolled clients, incur a nominal fee to help with the packing of supplies for pickup, outcome reporting by way of completed applications Hub Partnerships Located primarily in rural communities with transportation issues; able to commit to nominal contribution for transportation of supplies from the warehouse to their location or commitment to picking up supplies in weather permitting circumstances Every Bottom Covered, Inc. is working to avoid duplication by encouraging collaboration. We are bringing on partners who are located outside of the area we work in presently to further close the diaper need gaps across Western New York Partnership Application

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