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Diapers for 20 Children at Anchor Foster Home

A microproject by Jake's Diapers, Inc.
Diapers for 20 Children at Anchor Foster Home


In India, children with special needs are most likely to be abandoned and least likely to be adopted. Anchor Home is a critical care foster home that provides holistic care to previously abandoned children with special needs. By meeting the basic needs of these children, you are providing dignity and giving hope while they heal and wait for forever families.

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Anchor Home cares for over 20 medically fragile children with rare diseases or conditions that require extra attention and diligence in treating. This means the cost of meeting their basic needs is high.


By using cloth diapers, Anchor Home is able to afford more specialized therapies and corrective surgeries, thus significantly increasing the chance of adoption & forever families.

Long-Term Impact

As our partner organizations continue to have their diaper needs solved, they are able to save funds and plan for future improvements in their care. This can mean adding educational programs, offering better healthcare, improved quality of food (more protein!) - all steps that set these humans with special needs up for long term survival and a decent quality of life.


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Organization Information

Jake's Diapers, Inc.

Location: Little Chute, WI - USA
Facebook: Facebook Page
Twitter: @jakesdiapers
Project Leader:
Stephanie Bowers
Jake's Diapers, Inc.
Kaukauna, WI United States

Funded Project!

Combined with other sources of funding, this project raised enough money to fund the outlined activities and is no longer accepting donations.

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