The Lack of a sufficient supply of diapers is called Diaper Need.
Diaper Need is a consequence of poverty.
36% of U.S. households are in Diaper Need.
Diaper Need touches families regardless of age or income.
Economic hardship and stress characterize Diaper Need.
Diaper Need affects a parent’s ability to work or attend school.
Most families in Diaper Need have completed an education and are employed.
Those in Diaper Need also struggle for other basic necessities.
Although a common issue, parents feel embarrassed when they can’t provide for their children.