Why does The Changing Table Partner with other organizations?
Become A Community Partner
If families are struggling to provide diapers for their children they are likely struggling with many other needs essential for health and well-being. Because of this, The Changing Table works exclusively with community distribution partners--adding diapers to the list of services our partners can provide--rather than distributing diapers directly to families.
By working with partners, The Changing Table avoids creating a new distribution system--but more importantly, strengthens the programming of our partners, allowing them to make diapers available to their families. When families don’t have to worry about where to get diapers they are free to focus more intention and effort on meeting the goals of their engagement in our partner programs. Put simply: diapers strengthen the lives of both the organizations with whom we partner, and the lives of the families who receive them.
If you represent and organization that is in need of diapers to better serve your members; we'd love to help. Enrollment is now open for partnerships.
See a list of our current partners below. We are actively looking for new partners in Camden, Miller, Morgan, Pulaski, Benton, and Hickory counties. If you are an organization that would like to pursue a partnership with use please email us at email@example.com. If you are in need of diapers, please see one of our partners below.
Current Community Partners:
Camdenton Parents as Teachers
School of the Osage Parents as Teachers
Morgan County Parents as Teachers
Share the Harvest
Central Missouri Foster Care Association
Citizens Against Domestic Violence
Lake Regional Clinics in Lake Ozark, Eldon, Camdenton, Laurie, Lebanon, Iberia, and Osage Beach
Central Missouri Community Action
Free Women's Clinic of Pulaski County
Morgan County Health Department
Miller County Board-Disabled
Food 4 Morgan County