Cloth Diapering

School of Cloth Week 3 : How to Advocate for Cloth


Post may contain affiliate links: if you click and buy I may receive a small commission, thank you. School of Cloth is an annual, month-long event with cloth diaper classes hosted by Real Diaper Circles, Real Diaper Association businesses, and cloth diapering veterans. If you attend a class, you can receive certificates and enter to win a cloth diapering package. If you win, you can receive a cloth diaper charity, like Giving Diapers Giving Hope, to receive a matching prize! Every week, I’ll cover a different topic, and invite you to link your blog posts as well. This week’s topic is how to advocate for cloth diapers.

Do you use cloth diapers? You can be a cloth diapering advocate. Yes, you! There are lots of things you can do, big and small, to advocate for cloth diapers.

Show & Tell: Spot someone eyeing your diapers in your bag, or peeking out of your baby’s pants? Strike up a conversation!

Advocacy gear: Show your love of cloth with a button, sticker or t-shirt.

Give a gift: Consider gifting a new mom a copy of Changing Diapers and a cloth diaper.

Support RDA: Consider joining the Real Diaper Association or even become a Real Diaper Circle leader.

Host a class: Even if you don’t want to become a Real Diaper Circle Leader, you can still host an informal gathering. Are you a member of a mom group? Get together for a play date and chat about cloth.

Make a donation: Donate diapers you aren’t using to a cloth diaper charity to help other families get started with cloth.

Great Cloth Diaper Change: Host the Great Cloth Diaper Change in your area. Planning to attend? Share the event with friends!

How do you advocate for cloth diapers?

Add your link to the linky below, check out the RDA’s blog and join the RDA to support real diapers!



Be sure to follow the RDA on social media as well:

Periscope: @realdiapers

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Maria is an aspiring "fit mom" of 3 children, writing about cloth diapers, going green, and her life as a single mom. Maria works with many companies within the cloth diaper industry and beyond, providing social media management, product development, and other services.

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