Power In Changing...

Power In Changing is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization that focuses on the needs of families experiencing finanical hardship.We help babies and toddlers remain healthy and dry by providing their families with diapers and training pants. Based out of Columbia, South Carolina, we service the midlands and surrounding communities. Our efforts are spent collecting donated diapers (and cash donations for the purchase of diapers) that are distributed free-of-charge to low-income households in South Carolina through existing service providers, including local food banks, daycare centers, social service agencies and shelters. The dispensary partners with organizations that have direct experience and expertise working in communities where child poverty is greatest.



Every diaper makes a difference we could not do it without such a generous community and donations like yours!

Power in Changing supports Columbia SC families in need We also partner with The National Diaper Bank Network. Individual contributions (of all sizes) are critical to helping further our mission

Get involved!

There are a variety of ways in which you or your organization can become involved. Volunteering, hosting a drive or donating are just a few of them. With everyone working towards one goal we can help more families to achieve the success they desire!

For a limited time Power In Changing will be selling Chick-fil-A 2017 "No Pain No Grain"calendars! You are just a click away from enjoying those crazy cows and coupons for free treats the entire year! Click the picture below to order online or come down to the office and pick up one before they are all gone!

***calendars cost $9.00 each , with a $1.00 shipping fee if you order online***



U.S. poverty (less than $18,552 for a family of three; less than $23,834 for a family of four): 45.3 million people, 14.5 percent of U.S (2013).


Children in poverty: 14.7 million, 19.9 percent of all children under 18 (2013)



501(c)(3) Organization

1053 Center Street West Columbia SC 29169