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!

Farm Chicks Corner Market
1141 Berrymans Lane, Reisterstown, 21136
Spring Hours:
Wednesday-Friday: 12pm-6pm
Saturday 10am-6pm
Sunday: 10am-4pm
(410)618-3226
https://www.farmchickscornermarket.com/

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/

Aurora Women’s Health
23 Crossroads Dr . Ste. 220, Owings Mills, 21117
M-W  9 a.m. to 7 p.m.
TH&F   9 a.m to 5 p.m.
phone: 410-581-9200
https://www.omobgynmd.com/

Celebree School
2 Crossing Way, Owings Mills, 21117
M-F   6:30 am-6:30 pm
410-517-6096
https://www.celebree.com/owings-mills-md/

Pure Barre
1809 Reisterstown Rd, Suite 149, Pikesville, 21208
M-F  9-5,  Sat & Sun 9-1
(443) 213-8450
pikesville@purebarre.com

Dreamers Salon & Day Spa 
 226 Main St, Reisterstown, MD 21136
Tuesday -Saturday
9AM–5PM

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.

 

February 2022 Donation Drop-Off

Share Your Love.

Stop by Sunday, February 20th between 1-3 pm to donate during our drive-thru contactless donation drop off event.

Community Crisis Center, Inc. 725 Main Street Reisterstown, MD 21136

Food: 100% Fruit Juice, Baby Food/Formula, Breakfast Cereals, Cake Mixes, Canned Chicken, Fruit, Tuna, Salmon, Soups, and Vegetables, Jello, Jelly, Pasta, Peanut Butter, Rice

Toiletries: Feminine Hygiene Products, Infant/Adult Diapers, Paper Towels, Shampoo, Soap, Toothbrushes/Toothpaste

Clothing: Clean, gently used spring clothing, shoes, and accessories in all sizes for infant to adult.

Please check expiration dates; we cannot accept any expired items. Please ensure clothing is in good shape and can be reworn. CCC is not accepting household items of any kind at this time. This is a collection event only; no food will be given out.

January 2022 Donation Drop-Off

Cold Days. Warm Hearts.

Stop by Sunday, January 16th between 1-3 pm to donate during our drive-thru contactless donation drop off event.

Community Crisis Center, Inc. 725 Main Street Reisterstown, MD 21136

Food: 100% Fruit Juice, Baby Food/Formula, Breakfast Cereals, Cake Mixes, Canned Chicken, Fruit, Tuna, Salmon, Soups, and Vegetables, Jello, Jelly, Pasta, Peanut Butter, Rice

Toiletries: Feminine Hygiene Products, Infant/Adult Diapers, Paper Towels, Shampoo, Soap, Toothbrushes/Toothpaste

Clothing: Clean, gently used winter clothing, shoes, and accessories in all sizes for infant to adult.

Please check expiration dates; we cannot accept any expired items. Please ensure clothing is in good shape and can be reworn. CCC is not accepting household items of any kind at this time. This is a collection event only; no food will be given out.

December 2021 Report

 

Clients Served- 3,183

Pounds of Food Served48,826

Maryland Food Bank purchases – 26,188
Government Food – 12,097
Donated Food – 6,724
Food Purchased from Local Groceries – 1,817

Hygiene Necessities

Paper Products/Toilet Paper/Tissues- 1,028
Hand Sanitizer-279

Diaper Packs- 336
Infant Formula/Food- 41
Deodorant- 120
Hand and Bar Soap- 521
Cleaning Products- 18
Dish Soap/Cleaner- 28
Laundry Detergent-  32
Feminine Hygiene Packs- 162
Toothbrushes/Toothpaste- 497
Adult Incontinence Packs- 124
Shampoo/Conditioner- 56
Masks- 80
Other Personal Care Items- 60

Zip Codes Served- 31 different household zip codes in 6 counties, Baltimore, Carroll, Montgomery, Anne Arundel, Howard, and Harford, and Baltimore City.

November 2021 Report

 

Clients Served- 4,133

Pounds of Food Served36,962

Maryland Food Bank purchases – 13,205
Government Food – 13,311
Donated Food – 8,466
Food Purchased from Other Sources – 1,980

Hygiene Necessities

Paper Products/Toilet Paper/Tissues- 1,285
Hand Sanitizer-248

Diaper Packs- 541
Infant Formula/Food- 86
Deodorant- 160
Hand and Bar Soap- 329
Cleaning Products- 80
Dish Soap/Cleaner- 130
Laundry Detergent-  16
Feminine Hygiene Packs- 195
Toothbrushes/Toothpaste- 902
Adult Incontinence Packs- 131
Shampoo/Conditioner- 35
Other Personal Care Items- 101

Zip Codes Served- 34 different household zip codes in 6 counties, Baltimore, Carroll, Montgomery, Anne Arundel, Howard, and Harford, and Baltimore City.

December 2021 Donation Drop-Off

Be a Light in the Darkness

Stop by Sunday, December 12th between 1-3 pm to donate during our drive-thru contactless donation drop off event.

Community Crisis Center, Inc. 725 Main Street Reisterstown, MD 21136

Food: 100% Fruit Juice, Baby Food/Formula, Breakfast Cereals, Cake Mixes, Canned Chicken, Fruit, Tuna, Salmon, Soups, and Vegetables, Jello, Jelly, Pasta, Peanut Butter, Rice

Toiletries: Feminine Hygiene Products, Infant/Adult Diapers, Paper Towels, Shampoo, Soap, Toothbrushes/Toothpaste

Clothing: Clean, gently used fall and winter clothing, shoes, and accessories in all sizes for infant to adult.

Please check expiration dates; we cannot accept any expired items. Please ensure clothing is in good shape and can be reworn. CCC is not accepting household items of any kind at this time. This is a collection event only; no food will be given out.

October 2021 Report

 

Clients Served- 4,048

Pounds of Food Served42,478

Maryland Food Bank purchases – 17,579
Government Food – 19,070
Donated Food – 2,335
Food Purchased from Other Sources – 3,495

Hygiene Necessities

Paper Products/Toilet Paper/Tissues- 1,273
Hand Sanitizer-311

Diapers- 506
Infant Formula/Food- 120
Other Infant Items- 34
Deodorant- 101
Reusable Masks- 34
Hand and Bar Soap- 336
Cleaning Products- 115
Dish Soap/Cleaner- 106
Laundry Detergent-  54
Feminine Hygiene Products- 216
Toothbrushes/Toothpaste- 525
Adult Incontinence Products- 139
Shampoo/Conditioner- 51

Zip Codes Served- 39 different household zip codes in 7 counties: Baltimore, Carroll,  Montgomery, Anne Arundel, Cecil, Howard, Harford,  and Baltimore City.

November 2021 Donation Drop-Off

Be Thankful by Being Kind

Stop by Sunday, November 14th between 1-3 pm to donate during our drive-thru contactless donation drop off event.

Community Crisis Center, Inc. 725 Main Street Reisterstown, MD 21136

Food: 100% Fruit Juice, Baby Food/Formula, Breakfast Cereals, Cake Mixes, Canned Chicken, Fruit, Tuna, Salmon, Soups, and Vegetables, Jello, Jelly, Pasta, Peanut Butter, Rice

Toiletries: Feminine Hygiene Products, Infant/Adult Diapers, Paper Towels, Shampoo, Soap, Toothbrushes/Toothpaste

Clothing: Clean, gently used fall and winter clothing, shoes, and accessories in all sizes for infant to adult.

Toys: New unwrapped toys, puzzles, games, books up to age 16.

Please check expiration dates; we cannot accept any expired items. Please ensure clothing is in good shape and can be reworn. CCC is not accepting household items of any kind at this time. This is a collection event only; no food will be given out.

October 2021 Donation Drop-Off

You Make a Difference….

Stop by Sunday, October 17th between 1-3 pm to donate during our drive-thru contactless donation drop off event.

Community Crisis Center, Inc. 725 Main Street Reisterstown, MD 21136

Food: 100% Fruit Juice, Baby Food/Formula, Breakfast Cereals, Cake Mixes, Canned Chicken, Fruit, Tuna, Salmon, Soups, and Vegetables, Jello, Jelly, Pasta, Peanut Butter, Rice

Toiletries: Feminine Hygiene Products, Infant/Adult Diapers, Paper Towels, Shampoo, Soap, Toothbrushes/Toothpaste

Clothing: Clean, gently used fall and winter clothing, shoes, and accessories in all sizes for infant to adult.

Toys: New unwrapped toys, puzzles, games, books up to age 16.

Please check expiration dates; we cannot accept any expired items. Please ensure clothing is in good shape and can be reworn. CCC is not accepting household items of any kind at this time. This is a collection event only; no food will be given out.

September 2021 Report

 

Clients Served- 2,952

Pounds of Food Served29,490

Maryland Food Bank purchases – 13,793
Government Food – 9,521
Donated Food – 3,943
Food Purchased from Other Sources – 2,233

Hygiene Necessities

Paper Products/Toilet Paper/Tissues- 1,101
Hand Sanitizer-376

Diapers- 391
Infant Formula/Food- 79
Other Infant Items- 114
Deodorant- 96
Reusable Masks- 68
Hand and Bar Soap- 415
Cleaning Wipes- 72
Cleaner- 70
Laundry Detergent-  72
Feminine Hygiene Products- 144
Toothbrushes/Toothpaste- 414
Adult Incontinence Products- 85
Shampoo/Conditioner- 23
Other Hygiene Items-235

Zip Codes Served- 32 different household zip codes in 6 counties: Baltimore, Carroll,  Montgomery, Anne Arundel, Howard, Cecil and Baltimore City.