What is the Hunterdon Hygiene Connection?
The Hunterdon Hygiene Connection (previously the Hunterdon Diaper Bank) collects and distributes diapers, baby supplies, menstrual hygiene (also referred to as period products and incontinence products to help families with babies and young children, women, and seniors in our community with the personal products they need to maintain healthy and hygienic lives.
The Hunterdon Hygiene Connection is a partnership between the United Way of Hunterdon County and food pantries and agencies throughout the county, established to help ease some of the financial stress our neighbors experience by offering products free of charge.
Volunteer opportunities are available throughout the year.
What volunteer opportunities are available?
Inventory of incoming donations
Product Drive coordinators
Who can volunteer for this program?
Volunteers seeking daytime hours (some evening hours may be available)
Students (middle school with a parent) and older
What traits are you looking for in a volunteer?
This program has many facets to suit many skillsets and preferences, and all volunteers are welcome.
When you are working with clients, we ask that you are patient, kind, and that you serve all clients with dignity and respect that is free of bias or discrimination.
If you are unable to volunteer but would like to help by organizing a product drive, please download our Toolkit for further information or consider making a monetary donation.
We believe every United Way community member, donor, volunteer, advocate, and employee has an obligation to embrace diversity, equity, and inclusion and be actively anti-racist in their thoughts, work, and actions. We ask that all volunteers read and respect our Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion Statement of Principle.