Poops!  I did it again...

With the sale of each PINK and BLUE Paste that leaves our warehouse, BNB will donate .50 cents wholesale and $1 retail to various children's charities in need.  With all the stinky diapering that happens on a minute by minute basis, imagine what that "load" can amount to with the support of people like you.
We're already diapering... now let's do it for GOOD!











Check out these totally awesome charities we like to help support...


This organization provides assistance dogs to children under age 12 who are autistic or have hearing or physical disabilities. Since its inception, CDK has placed sponsored over 90 assistance dogs. In addition to helping with the daily tasks of life, these assistance dogs provide companionship to the children and help them develop confidence and responsibility.

Learn more about this great organization at

Since 1995, KaBOOM! has helped build more than 400 playgrounds, skate parks, ice rinks, and athletic fields in low-income areas around the United States. They have also helped renovate thousands of other play areas and provide training and expertise for communities that want to build their own playgrounds. They were instrumental in building 100 new playgrounds along the Gulf Coast after Hurricanes Katrina and Rita struck that area.

For more information about KaBOOM!, visit

Diapers are a new family’s number one largest daily expense. Unfortunately for those under the poverty line, diapers aren’t covered by food stamps. Help a Mother Out focuses exclusively on providing diapers to 18 sites throughout the San Francisco and Los Angeles areas, with additional chapters in Washington state and Arizona. So far, Help a Mother Out has distributed over 425,000 diapers to those in need.

Find out more at

According to the United Nations, 4 million babies worldwide lose their lives within the first year, mostly due to preventable causes. They provide babies and families with the most basic of necessities to put clean water and sanitation systems into developing countries. Every day, nearly 6,000 people, the vast majority of which are children, die from water-related illnesses.

St. Jude is a hospital located in Memphis, Tennessee that treats children with serious illnesses such as cancer, AIDS, and sickle cell anemia. In addition to the hospital, St. Jude also includes a research facility dedicated to raising the survival rate for many diseases. Because of research done at St. Jude, the survival rate for some pediatric cancers has increased from 20 to 70 percent.
Since its founding in 1962 by actor Danny Thomas, children from all 50 states and around the world have been treated at St. Jude. All told, St. Jude’s treats some 4,300 children a year — at no cost to their families. It is the third largest health care charity in the United States and has more than one million volunteers nationwide.

For more information about St. Jude, visit

Shriners Hospitals for Children is an international health care system of 22 hospitals that provide care for children up to the age of 18 who have orthopedic conditions, burns, spinal cord injuries, and cleft lip and palate. The children are cared for in a family-centered environment at no charge, regardless of financial need.

For more information, visit


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