The steeple of the Wellesley Village Church towers over downtown Wellesley as the sun rises.


The Diaper Project

September 30, 2021

Each year Wellesley Village Church, along with other greater Framingham/Natick area churches, generously support the goals of National Diaper Need Awareness Week by either hosting a diaper drive or promoting a financial support campaign to benefit The Diaper Project at A Place To Turn.

We hope you will participate September 27 – October 3 to help keep babies clean, dry and healthy.

The Diaper Project provides families in financial distress with up to 1 week of diapers every 30 days to keep them clean, dry, and healthy.

  • Up to 3,000 families in Natick and Framingham alone struggle to buy diapers.
  • WIC and food stamp programs don’t cover the cost of diapers.
  • A family needs up to $100 a month for diapers per child.
  • Many parents are forced to re-use diapers or leave their child in a soiled diaper longer than appropriate.
  • Many families have to decide between food, medicine, and clean babies.
  • Without diapers, babies cannot attend daycare or early childhood programs.
  • The most requested sizes include 5, 6 and 4T-5T pull-ups for boys and girls.


Thank you for your support!