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You don't realize how much diapers are until you have to pay for them

Posted at 1:33 PM, Aug 27, 2020

You don't realize how much diapers are until you have to pay for them.

And, this year, some families are struggling more to pay for the basics including diapers for their babies.

Claire Larson from Woodside Homes says the company loves to give back to the community, and one way they do that is by partnering with HomeAid Utah and Utah Diaper Bank for a diaper drive.

The Diaper Drive is Friday, August 28 from 8am to 1pm. If you'd like to help you can drop off diapers, wipes and formula that day at Rio Tinto.

Don Adamson, with Home Aid, says his organization is made of those in the home building industry with the goal of ending homelessness by helping people find homes.

But, right now they're all about helping Utah families with physical supplies for babies, including diapers, wipes and even formula in this year's Diaper Drive.

If you'd like to donate go to homeaidessentialsutah.org.

For more information please visit woodsidehomes.com/utah.