Our partners make this possible.

St. Luke’s Diaper Bank partners with a variety of non-profit organizations in the Kalamazoo community to provide diapers to families who need them. We may or may not be able to add new partner organizations at any given time. 

We partner with organizations that do not discriminate on the basis of race, ethnicity, class, gender identity, sexual orientation, age, religion, country of origin and/or ability. We only partner with organizations that are committed to removing barriers to diaper access, and who will not use diapers as an incentive and will not require recipients to participate in services prior to receiving diapers.

If your organization is interested in partnering with SLDB to provide diapers to families in need,
contact director@stlukesdiaperbank.org for more information.

Douglass Community Association: The Douglass Community Association serves members of the Kalamazoo community. Douglass aims to ensure that effective, efficient, and quality opportunities are available for development of families on the Northside of Kalamazoo. They provide services in behavioral health, and recreation for youth, adults, and families including, in partnership with Loaves and Fishes provides groceries and in partnership with St. Luke’s Diaper Bank, diapers when groceries are available. Click here to learn more about their services.

Ministry with Community: MwC has been with us from the beginning! MwC is a haven in Kalamazoo for people who are hungry, lonely or homeless. Staff and volunteers welcome “members” when they drop-in to do their laundry, take a shower, get a haircut, volunteer, pick up their mail, enjoy a cup of coffee, find support for their recovery, seek help in sending for birth records, see a social worker or simply rest. Personal care items, including diapers, are given out on a daily basis to members requesting them. Click here to learn more about their services.

New Village Park Neighborhood Network Center: New Village Park NNC is a Neighborhood Network Center affiliated with LIFT Foundation. The Center is dedicated to enhancing the quality of life for residents at New Village Park, Heather Gardens, and the Kalamazoo community.  Programs and services focus on empowerment, self-sufficiency, youth development, and the interests of residents. Click here to learn more about their services.

Interfaith Homes Neighborhood Network Center: The Interfaith Homes Neighborhood Network Center is a nonprofit center affiliated with Interfaith Homes and the LIFT Foundation. The Center is dedicated to building links with the greater Kalamazoo community to enhance the lives of Interfaith Homes residents. Programs and services focus on providing opportunities for education, training and supportive services related to employment, job skills and self-sufficiency.  Click here to learn more about their services.

Michigan Works! Southwest: Michigan Works! is building local prosperity, one great job at a time.  They assist community members in preparing for and finding employment, with specialized services for youth and veterans. Click here to learn more about their services.

Urban Alliance: Urban Alliance offers varied initiatives focused on community outreach and development, workforce development, and the cultivation of relationships to transform society and the systems that have oppressed marginalized community members. Click here to learn more about their services.

The Kalamazoo Eastside Neighborhood Association (KENA): KENA) is dedicated to improving the lives of those who live and or work in the neighborhood by helping raise the economic & social standards quality of life. Click here to learn more about their services. 

Thank you to our partners for their continued support throughout the years and for helping us end diaper need!

If your organization is interested in partnering with SLDB to provide diapers to families in need,
contact director@stlukesdiaperbank.org for more information.