Capital Diaper Bank
1704 W. Laburnum Avenue
Richmond VA 23227-4312
Mission Statement

Capital Diaper Bank's mission is to improve the physical, mental and economic well-being of children and families that are unhoused, living in shelters, transitional housing and in impoverished neighborhoods.

Leadership
CEO/Executive Director Phyllis Bradley
Board Chair Victor Ridgley
Board Chair Company Affiliation Capital Center of Virginia
Contact Information
Address 1704 W. Laburnum Avenue
Richmond, VA 232274312
Telephone 804 359-8821
Fax 804 359-8827
E-mail info@capitaldiaperbank.or
History and Background
Year of Incorporation 2008
Financial Summary
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Projected Revenue $250,000.00
Projected Expenses $250,000.00
Statements
Mission

Capital Diaper Bank's mission is to improve the physical, mental and economic well-being of children and families that are unhoused, living in shelters, transitional housing and in impoverished neighborhoods.

Impact
In FY 2017, Capital Diaper Bank:
  • Provided crisis support services to over 6,000 families, and assisted families with their immediate, crisis-caused needs for diapers, formula, food and other baby essentials following a crisis resulting from homelessness and other disasters;
  • 100% decrease in infections as a direct result to improved health practices;
  • 100% improved birth outcomes as a direct result to prenatal support and education through our Urban Baby Beginnings program  
  • 95% of parents reported a decreased in need for the Baby Pantry support after four to six months and,
  • 100% of children attending the child care were school ready.
  • 90% increase in employment for parents with children participating in the child care program.
The Capital Diaper Bank has the following goals for 2018: 
  1. Develop and implement a capital campaign to secure a site to house Capital Diaper Bank's programs using a collaborative partnership one-stop shop model.
  2. Through our Urban Baby Beginnings Program, expand transportation services for moms and babies to make appointments for critical medical care and essential services to decrease infant mortality rates.
  3. Increase our crisis preschool scholarship fund to ensure local families have what they need to move from subsidy dependency to self sufficiency through employment.
  4. Expand the CDB Ambassador program:   1) to help secure much needed diapers by serving as a drop off location in their neighborhood; and 2) to help spread the word of this important work by sharing CDB’s mission with local mom groups, list serves, schools, etc.
  5. Secure professional volunteers in the area of marketing, strategic planning and fund development to update current plans for 2018.
  6. Increase diaper distribution network in Norfolk, Virginia.
Needs

Needs                                            

  1. With an ever fluctuating operating budget, our most pressing needs are to raise funds for Capital Diaper Bank programs: a) Crisis Nursery Scholarship Funds for parents who have found employment but have no child care; b) Emergency Transportation Services for Homeless Pregnant Moms to Obtain Critical Medical Care; and 3) a Safe House to ensure Health and Safety of Homeless Pregnant Moms and their Unborn Babies:      
Background
Our History
 
Capital Center of Virginia (CCV) /dba/ Capital Diaper Bank  (CDB) began as a rescue plan for a previous church-based daycare program founded in 1994 that could no longer fulfill the needs of the children and families it served. As a result, CCV developed a center-based emergency family services program that serves over 6,700 homeless and working poor households in Virginia. The agency has provided children and their families with education, baby essentials and early intervention support services.
 
In response to the lack of public assistance for purchasing diapers and recognizing the subsequent stress placed on economically vulnerable families at critical times, Capital Center of Virginia expanded its diaper distribution to families of children outside of the crisis nursery in June of 2007.
 
Witnessing the profound health impact that the diaper distribution program had on children in need, Capital Center of Virginia decided to build on this success and expanded Capital Diaper Bank (CDB) as a separate and independent organization in 2011 in order to serve a broader base of children as it was not just the center's children who were in desperate need of diapers. 

In 2015, the organization formed Urban Baby Beginnings (UBB) to address the needs of the growing pregnant population served through the diaper bank as a result of an increase of infant mortality cases inthe center. In 2016, UBB received certification as a Baby Basics and Centering Pregnancy provider.

Throughout its history, Capital Center of Virginia /dba/ Capita Diaper Bank has provided an environment that respects the inherent dignity and strength of the children and their families, honors their differences and celebrates their ability to grow.
 
CEO Statement
Capital Diaper Bank's community-driven purpose and ideals will take us into 2018 with renewed strength to face our challenges head-on. We continue to believe all children and their families should be given a chance, no matter their background. Henceforth, Our Guiding Principle to “Improve the lives of those we serve,” has been and will continue to be our promise to families in need.
 
Board Chair Statement
As someone who has come to know and value the work done by this organization, I can tell you that time and time again, the children  and families have responded to CDB’s care, education and support. They have overcome many challenges to become self-reliant and self-sufficient and the staff continues to amaze me on a daily basis.
 
I urge everyone in our community to join me in supporting Capital Diaper Bank and its' programs.
 
Areas of Service
Areas Served
Area
Statewide

Capital Diaper Bank currently serves Virginia. Our geographic area focus includes Central Virginia, Greater Hampton Roads and Southeastern Virginia due to current maternal morbidity and infant mortality rates.

Board Chair
Board Chair Victor Ridgley
Company Affiliation Capital Center of Virginia
Term Dec 2015 to Dec 2018
Email vridgley@capitalcenterofvirginia.org
Board of Directors
Board Members
NameAffiliation
Alan Caine Retired, Xerox
Brenda Caine Merrill Lynch
Jacqueline Gainey Summit Federal Credit Union
Victor Ridgley Unisys, Retired
Stephanie Spencer Southside Regional Medical Center
Amy Washington Community Volunteer
Board Demographics - Ethnicity
African American/Black 5
Asian American/Pacific Islander 0
Caucasian 1
Hispanic/Latino 0
Native American/American Indian 0
Other 0
Board Demographics - Gender
Male 2
Female 4
Unspecified 0
Governance
Board Term Lengths 0
Board Term Limits 0
Board Meeting Attendance % 100
Written Board Selection Criteria? Yes
Written Conflict of Interest Policy? Yes
Percentage Making Monetary Contributions 100
Percentage Making In-Kind Contributions 100
Number of Full Board Meetings Annually 4
Risk Management Provisions
Accident and Injury Coverage
Automobile Insurance
Commercial General Liability
Day Care Center/Nursery School
Directors and Officers Policy
General Property Coverage
Improper Sexual Conduct/Sexual Abuse
Standing Committees
Audit, Compliance and Controls
Program / Program Planning
Strategic Planning / Strategic Direction
Finance
Other Boards
The tables below contain information about other groups that advise this nonprofit on operations and projects.
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Executive Director
Executive Director Phyllis Bradley
Experience

Ms. Bradley assumed the position of President/CEO of Capital Diaper Bank in 2008. Prior to that time, she had served as the Eastern Region VP of Marketing and Sales for a New York based information technology firm and worked as a consultant for the center. Additionally, Ms. Bradley has had a long and successful career as a human services administrator and educator in the academic and non-profit sector. Her main goal is to raise the visibility of the organization and to secure the necessary resources for sustainability of its many services for children and families in crisis.

Staff
Full Time Staff 6
Part Time Staff 0
Volunteers 30
Contractors 0
Retention Rate 98
Plans
Organization has a Fundraising Plan? Under Development
Organization has a Strategic Plan? Yes
Years Strategic Plan Considers 5
Date Strategic Plan Adopted Dec 2016
Management Succession Plan? Yes
Organization Policy and Procedures Yes
Nondiscrimination Policy Yes
Whistleblower Policy Yes
Document Destruction Policy Yes
Directors and Officers Insurance Policy Yes
Collaborations
Government Health Units, Child Protective Service Units, Food Banks, Foster Care Units, Local Hospitals, Homeless Shelters, Domestic Violence Shelters and other Non-Profit Direct Family Crisis Support Organizations.
Programs
Description
Capital Diaper Bank (CDB) provides diapers and baby essentials for vulnerable infants, toddlers experiencing extreme poverty, homelessness, major illness and disasters. 
Population Served Poor,Economically Disadvantaged,Indigent
Budget $100,000.00
Short Term Success
  • 100% of families surveyed will indicate improved outcomes that minimize cutting back on basic necessities  such as food, utilities or child care in order to purchase diapers for their children.
  • 100% of families surveyed will indicate changed outcomes that result in no longer leaving their children in soiled diapers for a long  period of time.
  • 80% of children will secure employment as a result of available childcare.
Long Term Success
  • 100% of  infants, toddlers and their families who are experiencing poverty, homelessness, major illness and disasters in Virginia have enough diapers to be clean, dry and healthy
  • 30 families will graduate from the Renewing Hope Project.
Description
Capital Childcare (CCC) offers a daily safe haven and healthy learning environment for homeless children.
Population Served Families
Budget $225,000.00
Short Term Success
  • After 12 months of family support services, 90% of parents  will exhibit changed behaviors that minimize risk factors leading to child abuse and neglect.
  • By the end of service intervention, 100% of children will have the correct size shoes and seasonally appropriate clothing  
  • By the end of service intervention, 100% of children will have nutritious and filling meals on a daily basis.
Long Term Success
  • 100% of our children will reach their greatest possible level of independence and success in the community.
  • 100% of our families will become self sufficient.
  • 85% of parents will exhibit behaviors that minimize risk factors leading to decreased childhood  neglect and abuse.
Description The Urban Baby Beginnings (UBB) program improves birth outcomes through prenatal support and education
Budget $500,000.00
Description Through the Renewing Hope (RH) program, CDB provides in depth family support services through implementation of individualized family stabilization plans to move families from subsidy dependency to self sufficiency.
Budget $250,000.00
CEO/ED/Board Comments
Capital Diaper Bank is truly appreciative of all the support it receives from the community. The organization receives a lot of volunteer hours and material donations.  We ask our donors during the new year to remember there at times we will need monetary donations to provide for families in crises: i.e. emergency child care for parents to secure employment, secure much needed medication for a child without insurance,  temporary housing for an infant and mom just released from the hospital with no where to go, a  pregnant mom living on the streets due to domestic violence and specialty formula for babies who can't be breastfeed  for families in a crisis.  REMEMBER "Every Baby Counts". You are their life line and we cannot do it without you. 
Fiscal Year
Projected Revenue $250,000.00
Projected Expenses $250,000.00
Spending Policy Income Only
Percentage (if selected) 100
Form 990s
IRS Letter of Exemption
Detailed Financials
Expense Allocation
Fiscal Year201520142013
Program Expense$110,672$129,271$204,393
Administration Expense$6,025$14,627$14,598
Fundraising Expense$0----
Payments to Affiliates------
Total Revenue/Total Expenses0.921.011.00
Program Expense/Total Expenses95%90%93%
Fundraising Expense/Contributed Revenue0%0%0%
Assets and Liabilities
Fiscal Year201520142013
Total Assets$10,830$19,636$18,007
Current Assets$1,700$7,689$3,210
Long-Term Liabilities$0----
Current Liabilities$0----
Total Net Assets$10,830$19,636$18,007
Short Term Solvency
Fiscal Year201520142013
Current Ratio: Current Assets/Current Liabilities------
Long Term Solvency
Fiscal Year201520142013
Long-Term Liabilities/Total Assets0%0%0%
Capital Campaign
Currently in a Capital Campaign? No
Campaign Purpose To secure a facility to house homeless pregnant moms currently in our maternal and infant care program.  
Capital Campaign Anticipated in Next 5 Years? Yes
State Charitable Solicitaions Permit
Solicitations Permit
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