Serves foster children and families (as well as kinship families) in the Central Ohio area by providing infant to teen-sized clothing, shoes, coats, backpacks, toys, baby accessories and other essentials, at no cost to families. Visit the website for additional contact information.
Reynoldsburg, Ohio 43068
The following agencies offer assistance with cribs and should be contacted directly for further details. Please remember to research consumer information about any piece of furniture to ensure the item has not been placed on any product recall list.
Offers emergency services and assistance for women with unplanned pregnancies. They provide referrals for prenatal care. Birthright also provides pregnancy and delivery education, maternity clothing, layettes, diapers, wipes and vouchers for other items. No referral required for services.
2453 West Mound Street, Columbus, Ohio 43204
(614) 221-0844 or (800) 550-4900
Provides fresh produce, dairy, protein and shelf stable food (and diapers to children age 0-3 years) once every 30 days to all eligible neighbors. Families who live outside their service area can be served one time with a Temporary Assistance Package of food. Diapers are available to income-eligible families in any zip code during regular pantry hours. They also have free produce giveaways twice a month from May to October, and offers free nutrition education classes.
760 East Broad Street, Columbus, Ohio 43205
Provides mentoring and education services to pregnant and teen moms in Franklin County. Some of the classes they offer include: shaken baby prevention presentation, pregnancy and child birth education. They also provide childcare, study help and have a mini boutique, stocked with infant and toddler clothing, diapers, blankets, bedding, small equipment and other necessities needed to care for little ones.
Whitehall Church of the Nazarene
Physical Address: 739 South Yearling Road, Columbus, Ohio 43213
Mailing Address: PO Box 30241, Columbus, Ohio 43230
Provides free cloth diapers to Central Ohio families who are eligible for WIC, Medicaid, or the Ohio Food Assistance Program (SNAP). Mentors give instruction on how to use and care for the cloth baby diapers. Click here to apply or visit their webpage for additional information.
PO Box 14244, Columbus, Ohio 43214
Distributes diapers to other non-profits they partner with, such as food pantries, who then distribute the diapers into the community. The Columbus Diaper Coalition does not directly distribute to individuals. To find a list of their partners, visit the website and click on the menu, “Get Diapers“. Based on the zip code of a families’ home address, is how most food pantries determine the community they serve and where resources may be accessed. Visit the website for contact information.
To find food pantries where resources may be accessed (please contact agency before going to pantry): cap4kids.org/columbus/food/now
This faith-based organization provides free produce, clothing and household items to families in need, affordable housing on the South Side of Columbus, youth development, nutrition education and more. They also have the All People’s Fresh Market, which has free fresh food 5 days a week. Go online to find out more information about different programs.
Physical Address: 946 Parsons Avenue, Columbus, Ohio 43206
Mailing Address: PO Box 6063, Columbus, Ohio 43206
Main Phone: (614) 445-7342
Free Store Phone: (614) 443-1713
183 Hawkes Avenue, Columbus, Ohio 43223
This comprehensive information and referral service connects those in need with thousands of social service, government and community resources. They help find a solution to any need. Free and confidential, available throughout Franklin County 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.
1105 East Schrock Road, Suite 100, Columbus, Ohio 43229
Provides limited financial assistance for water and fuel for low-income people whose utilities have been shut-off or have a shut-off notice. Also, they offer toiletries, cleaning supplies, disposable diapers, one time birth certificates and monetary contributions. Makes referrals to community agencies who assist in the prevention of repeat crises.
578 East Main Street, Columbus, Ohio 43215
Offers diapers, wipes and baby clothes to pregnant moms and families with children ages 0-3 years old. Caregivers will need to bring verification for their first visit. Visit the website for a full list of acceptable verification documents.
89 West Park Avenue, Columbus, Ohio 43222
Provides weekly prenatal education and support programs for pregnant women. Free transportation to program sessions can be provided as well as free child care, food and incentives for attendance.
Offers various services for Central Ohio families throughout the year. Their services include: an in-residence rehabilitation program, after school learning centers for youth to get tutoring and homework help, job help, Christmas assistance; free meals and produce giveaways, furniture assistance, housing and rent assistance, utility assistance and veteran support services. Visit the website for their Family Thrift Store locations in Central Ohio and for more information on each program.
Link to Family Thrift Store list: co.salvationarmy.org/CentralOhio/family-stores-in-central-ohio
Provides one-on-one mentoring for women experiencing an unplanned or crisis pregnancy. Mentors assist new moms in finding resources, including educational assistance, job help, financial direction, parenting classes, adoption information (if requested), material assistance and spiritual support.
6000 Cooper Road, Westerville, Ohio, 43081
Attend parenting and childbirth classes to earn coupons for baby clothing, furniture, cribs, wipes and blankets. Class schedules are available online. Appointments are preferred. Walk-ins welcomed. They also provide free pregnancy testing and ultrasounds.