Miracle Diapers was founded in Oregon in January of 2005 to fill a need. There were many families who wanted to cloth diaper their children for health, economical, and environmental reasons but could not due to financial restrictions. Due to the overwhelming response, Miracle Diapers decided to to open two more chapters by the end of that year. Now, under new management, Miracle Diapers is now in their fourth year of service and looks forward to expanding even further.
Their goal is to someday have representatives all over the United States. Through this they hope to not only be able to serve thousands of families in need, but to be able to educate the public on today’s cloth diapers and therefore helping cloth become more mainstream. Why are they raising money? Miracle Diapers is raising money to pay one full year’s worth of rent for an office and warehouse. They prematurely set a goal of $3000 (for lesser conditions), but they’re hoping to surpass this goal to meet their need. The office is in a nice, safe location and it will only be $415.38 per month (for 13 months). That’s less than $14 a day to give them the professionalism and volunteer safety that they need to be able to continue to help families, all over the country, put cloth diapers on their babies.