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Thirsties Hope Print – All Profits to Giving Diapers Giving Hope

Thirsties Hope Print

Thirsties Hope Print

I am so happy to announce the Thirsties Hope print. You may know that I am Director of Operations for Giving Diapers Giving Hope (GDGH) and we simply couldn’t do what we do without the support of generous brands and things like the Thirsties Hope print. Not only is Thirsties one of two current shipping partners, they have created a lovely print where 100% of the profits go to GDGH.

Not familiar with Giving Diapers Giving Hope? It is a 501(3)c non-profit diaper bank that lends cloth diapers to income qualified families. When families are experiencing diaper need, they struggle to afford disposable diapers and usually don’t have the money to invest in a cloth diapers stash. Giving Diapers Giving Hope lends families a stash of cloth diapers so they can stop spending money on diapers and no longer have to choose between diapers and groceries or utilities.

Thirsties Hope Print

The lovely print, appropriately called the Thirsties Hope print, is available in a variety of Thirsties product styles including the one-size pocket, one-size AIO, natural one-size AIO, duo wrap, newborn AIO, natural newborn AIO and wet bag.


Giving Diapers Giving Hope helps more and more families each month, and one of our largest expenses in 2016 has been purchasing diapers to keep up with demand. The funds raised from the sale of this print will be huge for the organization.

Thirsties Hope Print

Pick up this great new print, shop Thirsties or select retailers like Diaper Junction (affiliate link.) 100% of the profits from the sale of this print go directly to Giving Diapers Giving Hope which is incredible! The generosity of Thirsties and the retailers carrying this brand is amazing, and if you purchase you can enjoy your awesome print while knowing you’ve helped support a great organization!

If you or someone you know is in need of cloth diapers, visit Giving Diapers Giving Hope to apply.

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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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