Of Oklahoma Kids Live In Poverty
State Programs Assist With Diapers
Children & Families Served Since 2012
Mission To End Child Abuse In Oklahoma
We'll be hosting our largest diaper drive ever as we are committed to taking care of these little ones for the next 6 months. The approximate need is 500,000 diapers sizes 1 through 5 any brand, and we need your help!
Caleb’s Cause Foundation has partnered with many local organizations to help 1,800 Afghan refugees resettle in Tulsa and OKC. We will be welcoming approximately 292 tiny Oklahomans in October who are in urgent need of diapers.
Caleb's Cause was created in 2012 with one goal in mind: empower Oklahomans to impact the lives of local children in need.
Almost 10 years later, The Caleb’s Cause Foundation has gathered over 1 million diapers and served over 40 thousand local kids in need!
As we've grown, we've realized one thing: WE NEED YOUR HELP!
We're so excited to now provide resources that allow any Oklahoman to create their own diaper drives or diaper programs in their communities!
You may be wondering “Why diapers? Why not collect food donations? Why not focus on baby clothes?” These are great questions! Here's why we are dedicated to providing diapers:
Zero State Programs
There are no state programs that cover the cost or provide diapers to families. While there are programs that provide food, utility payments, and even clothes, there are ZERO programs in Oklahoma that assist with diapers for infants and toddlers.
Leading Cause Of Child Abuse
A leading cause of child abuse complaints received in Oklahoma is a direct result of a lack of fresh, clean diapers. Infants and toddlers need multiple diapers each day to avoid diaper rash, infection, and pain. But sadly, when you can’t afford a fresh, clean diaper you have little choice.
20% Live In Poverty
1 in every 5 kids in Oklahoma lives in poverty. Often parents are forced to choose between paying utility bill or buying diapers. We never want a family to have to face this heartbreaking decision. With your help, we can be apart of the change we need in Oklahoma.