February 2024 Report

Neighbors Served: 3,297

Pounds of Food Served: 31,750

Government Food: 12,157
Donated Food: 12,048 (includes 2,604 pounds of produce and dairy)
Food Purchased Locally: 7,545

Hygiene Necessities

Paper Products: 411
Diaper Packs: 178
Infant Wipes, Formula/Food: 131
Bar Soap/Hand & Body Wash: 99
Feminine Hygiene Packs: 131
Adult Incontinence Packs: 88
Winter Hygiene Totes: 220
Deodorant: 45
Hair Care Products: 33
Oral Care Products: 115
Hand Sanitizer/Moisturizer: 105
Nutritional Drinks/Shakes: 109
Other Personal Care: 129
Laundry & Dish Detergents: 174
Other Household Items: 397
Cold Weather Knitwear: 72

Other Updates

Volunteer Hours: 396
Clothing: 92 individuals in 21 households (Jan)

January 2024 Report

Neighbors Served: 2,908

Pounds of Food Served: 32,237

Government Food: 21,618
Donated Food: 7,885 (includes 743 pounds of produce and dairy)
Food Purchased Locally: 2,734

Hygiene Necessities

Paper Products: 353
Diaper Packs: 206
Infant Wipes, Formula/Food: 94
Bar Soap/Hand & Body Wash: 221
Feminine Hygiene Packs: 40
Adult Incontinence Packs: 78
Deodorant: 81
Hair Care Products: 37
Oral Care Products: 205
Other Personal Care: 250
Laundry & Dish Detergents: 162
Other Household Items: 359
Coats: 94
Cold Weather Knitwear: 186

Other Updates

Volunteer Hours: 404
Clothing: 13 individuals in 13 households (Jan)
Bottoms Up Campaign: 7,625 diapers, feminine and incontinence items collected

December 2023 Report

Neighbors Served: 3,195

Pounds of Food Served: 26,946 

Government Food: 19,108
Donated Food: 7,321 (includes 516 pounds of produce and dairy)
Food Purchased Locally: 517

Hygiene Necessities

Paper Products: 339
Diaper Packs: 168
Infant Wipes, Formula/Food: 158
Bar Soap/Hand & Body Wash: 226
Feminine Hygiene Packs: 91
Adult Incontinence Packs: 61
Deodorant: 96
Hair Care Products: 96
Oral Care Products: 82
Other Personal Care: 203
Laundry & Dish Detergents: 74
Other Household Items: 141
Coats: 74
Socks: 196
Cold Weather Knitwear: 40

Other Updates

Volunteer Hours: 372
Clothing: 576 individuals in 167 households (Jan-Dec 2023)
Bottoms Up Campaign: 1,508 diapers, feminine and incontinence items collected
Toys distributed: 1,079

November 2023 Report

Neighbors Served: 3,116

Pounds of Food Served: 34,384 

Government Food: 16,930
Donated Food: 12,195 (includes 2,754 pounds of produce and dairy)
Food Purchased Locally: 100
Maryland Food Bank Purchases:5,159

Hygiene Necessities

Paper Products: 416
Diaper Packs: 201
Infant Wipes, Formula/Food: 114
Nutritional Drinks: 74
Bar Soap/Hand & Body Wash: 240
Feminine Hygiene Packs: 152
Adult Incontinence Packs: 223
Deodorant: 47
Hair Care Products: 58
Oral Care Products: 105
Other Personal Care: 91
Laundry & Dish Detergents: 119
Other Household Items: 165
Coats: 157
Socks: 753
Toys:140

Other Updates

Volunteer Hours: 462
Clothing: 546 individuals in 149 households (Jan-Nov 2023)
Bottoms Up Campaign: 7,423 diapers, feminine and incontinence items collected

October 2023 Report

 

Neighbors Served: 3,772

Pounds of Food Served: 32,859 

Government Food: 18,986
Donated Food: 8,587 (includes 2,756 pounds of produce and dairy)
Food Purchased Locally: 961
Maryland Food Bank Purchases:4,325

Hygiene Necessities

Paper Products: 313
Diaper Packs: 205
Infant Wipes, Formula/Food: 138
Nutritional Drinks: 79
Bar Soap/Hand  & Body Wash: 143
Feminine Hygiene Packs: 71
Feminine Hygiene Totes: 89
Adult Incontinence Packs: 71
Deodorant: 106
Hair Care Products: 78
Oral Care Products: 169
Other Personal Care: 136
Laundry & Dish Detergents: 180
Other Household Items: 172
New Men’s Shoes:20
New Women’s Robes/PJs: 87

Other Updates

Volunteer Hours: 484
Clothing: 496 individuals in 135 households (Jan-Oct 2023)
Bottoms Up Campaign: 7,423 diapers, feminine and incontinence items collected

September 2023 Report

 

Neighbors Served: 3,309

Pounds of Food Served: 31,918 

Government Food: 13,961
Donated Food: 12,689 (includes 3,842 pounds of produce and 256 pounds of dairy)
Food Purchased Locally: 2,635
Maryland Food Bank Purchases:2,633

Hygiene Necessities

Paper Products: 280
Diaper Packs: 155
Infant Wipes, Formula/Food: 114
Nutritional Drinks: 58
Bar Soap/Hand  & Body Wash:135
Feminine Hygiene Packs: 94
Adult Incontinence Packs: 73
Deodorant: 99
Hair Care Products: 55
Oral Care Products: 148
Other Personal Care: 128
Laundry & Dish Detergents: 131
Other Household Items: 80
Mugs of Love and Kits: 120
New Clothing and Shoes:275
Sweet Treat Bags: 150

Other Updates

Volunteer Hours: 386
Clothing: 437 individuals in 119 households (Jan-Sep 2023)
Bottoms Up Campaign: 11,428 diapers, feminine and incontinence items collected

August 2023 Report

 

Neighbors Served: 3,242

Pounds of Food Served: 31,415 

Government Food: 13,071
Donated Food: 11,450 (includes 5,861 pounds of produce and dairy)
Food Purchased Locally: 6,894

Hygiene Necessities

Paper Products: 251
Diaper Packs: 163
Infant Wipes, Formula/Food: 71
Nutritional Drinks: 87
Bar Soap/Hand  & Body Wash:152
Feminine Hygiene Packs: 149
Adult Incontinence Packs: 75
Deodorant: 123
Hair Care Products: 64
Oral Care Products: 119
Other Personal Care: 133
Laundry & Dish Detergents: 94
Other Household Items: 23

Other Updates

Volunteer Hours: 420
Clothing: 379 individuals in 104 households (Jan-Aug 2023)
Bottoms Up Campaign: 6,421 diapers, feminine and incontinence items collected
School supplies/bookbags: 285 children

 

 

National Diaper Need Awareness Week September 18th-24th, 2023

Diaper & Infant Supply Drive
September 18th-24th

Together we can ensure that all babies have access
to clean diapers and other basic necessities!

One in Two

U.S. families struggles to provide enough diapers
to keep a baby or toddler clean, dry, and healthy.

Did You Know?

Babies require up to 12 diapers per day,
at a cost of $70-$80 per month per baby;
a cost many families cannot afford.

National Diaper Need Awareness Week

Diaper & Infant Supply Drive
September 18th-24th

Thank you to our community partners
for providing drop off locations!

The Reister’s Daughter
202 Main Street
Reisterstown, MD 21136

443-416-2347

The Elephant’s Trunk
317 Main Street
Reisterstown, MD 21136

410-517-1200

Reisterstown Senior Center
12035 Reisterstown Road
Reisterstown, MD 21136

410-887-1143

Limelight Music School
1341 West Liberty Rd
Sykesville, MD 21784
limelightmusicschool.com
410-549-1617

 

Liberty Senior Center
3525 Resource Drive
Randallstown, MD 21133
baltimorecountymd.gov
410-922-6200

Together we can ensure that all babies
have access to clean diapers and other basic necessities!

Donate To Bottoms Up: Diapers, Feminine, and Incontinence Products For Our Neighbors in Need

Donate To Bottoms Up: Diapers, Feminine,
and Incontinence Products For Our Neighbors in Need

The Community Crisis Center, Inc., is sponsoring Bottoms Up, a campaign to provide diapers, feminine, and incontinence items to people facing financial hardship, and we need your help! How?

Donate new, unopened packages as well as partially used opened packages of diapers, feminine (pads and tampons), and incontinence (pads and underwear) products here in this donation bin! You’ll help CCC make these essential items available to people in need across our area.

Thank you for your generosity!

Click here to view the Bottoms Up flyer.
Click here to view the Bottoms Up letter.

Our BOTTOMS UP Campaign has the
following additional drop off locations!

Reisterstown Senior Center
12035 Reisterstown Rd., Reisterstown, 21136
Monday through Friday
9 a.m. to 4 p.m.
Phone: (410) 887-1143
https://www.baltimorecountymd.gov/departments/aging/centers/reisterstown/

 

Did you know that nearly 1 in 5 American girls have either left school early or missed school entirely because they didn’t have access to period products?  (Source: Always. 2017. The Always Confidence and Puberty Wave VI Study.) 

You can help! Join our campaign Bottoms Up: Diapers, Feminine, and Incontinence Products For Our Neighbors in Need and donate these basic necessities.

Infants require up to 12 diapers per day, and toddlers about 8. No state or federal child safety-net program allocates dollars specifically for the purchase of diapers. (Source: National Diaper Bank Network) 

You can help! Join our campaign Bottoms Up: Diapers, Feminine, and Incontinence Products For Our Neighbors in Need and donate these basic necessities.

An inadequate (incontinence) supply or inferior product can lead to urinary tract infections, rashes, and other complications that can trigger more serious problems. (Source: Lindenfeld Hall, Sarah. Source: “Isolated and alone: Nonprofits see explosion of need for adult incontinence products.” NBC News. March 8, 2021)

You can help! Join our campaign Bottoms Up: Diapers, Feminine, and Incontinence Products For Our Neighbors in Need and donate these basic necessities.

 

July 2023 Report

 

Neighbors Served: 4,191

Pounds of Food Served: 28,965 

Government Food: 16,700
Donated Food: 8,849 (includes 3,045 pounds of produce and dairy)
Food Purchased Locally: 3,416

Hygiene Necessities

Paper Products: 242
Diaper Packs: 200
Infant Wipes, Formula/Food: 170
Nutritional Drinks: 88
Bar Soap/Hand  & Body Wash:244
Feminine Hygiene Packs: 86
Adult Incontinence Packs: 85
Deodorant: 87
Hair Care Products: 86
Oral Care Products: 121
Hygiene Kits:  226
Other Personal Care: 186
Laundry & Dish Detergents: 160
Other Household Items: 148
Summer Break Plant Kits: 173

Other Updates:

Volunteer Hours: 499
Clothing: 328 individuals in 88 households (Jan-July 2023)
Bottoms Up Campaign: 1,712 diapers, feminine and incontinence items collected