January 10, 2013
Salt Lake City, UT – Locally owned North American Diaper Company (NADC) announces a program to address a world hygiene challenge: how to supply parents of low income families with quality, affordable diapers.
In 2010, a study conducted by Kimberly Clark revealed that thirty percent of US parents clean out and reuse soiled diapers. These same parents are often challenged to decide between feeding their children or buying diapers. According to the most recent Census data, more than 16 million American children live in poverty.
Because of the current economic crisis, children are paying the price for budget cuts to programs that provide assistance for their basic necessities, such as diapers.
North American Diaper Company is stepping up to help and is committed to easing the burden of families in need in the US and globally. In July 2013, NADC will launch their Global Diaper Initiative. The Global Diaper Initiative will work with non-profit organizations dedicated to improving the lives of children from low-income families by offering environmentally friendly diaper products. The mission is to support the diapering needs of families who are in financial crisis, homeless and are unable to provide diapers for their children.
About North American Diaper Company
North American Diaper Company (NADC) is a global distributor of environmentally-low impact disposable diapers. Since its inception this year, NADC has secured domestic and international customers and plans to open its first manufacturing facility in 2013 with the support of an exceptional Board of Directors.