What We Do
We combine a unique distribution model with a dedication to removing barriers. This allows us to reach more families and provide them with the baby essentials they need, while ensuring the process is easy for them. Click to learn more about how we do things.
Since 2016, Babies of Homelessness (BoH) has served low-income families with young children facing homelessness, residing in subsidized housing, or living in underserved rural communities. Families call the BoH intake line and order essentials in preferred sizes. Babies of Homelessness is the only agency in our area that allows families to call directly to order what they need and receive a significant diaper supply each month. Additionally, BoH has established partnerships with human service agencies such as food banks, shelters, and other assistance services who help us get diapers into the hands of families.
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We publish a variety of news stories and press releases to keep you informed about what’s happening with Babies of Homelessness – please read the latest!
Families can call us directly – they don’t need to be referred to us through a case worker or other agency. The intake process is quick and easy, without any paperwork or in-person meeting required. We provide more supplies per delivery, so families can order and pick-up less frequently. We meet families where they are with transit-accessible pick-up locations and even direct deliveries.
Babies of Homelessness is committed to operating with transparency and sharing the meaningful impact of our work with supporters and the public. Visit our Financials page to learn more.
We are proud to partner with many other local human services organizations, by delivering bulk baby supplies to them that they distribute to families in need. This is just one of the ways we remove barriers and meet our clients where they are most comfortable. If your organization serves low-income families or those facing homelessness in the Greater Seattle area, we’d love to work with you – fill out our partner application form.