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Monday, August 21, 2017

Holly McDaniel Joins Austin Diaper Bank as Executive Director


The Austin Diaper Bank is pleased to welcome Holly McDaniel as its new executive director, effective Aug. 22. McDaniel succeeds Beverly Hamilton, who founded the Austin Diaper Bank in 2013 and will remain on the nonprofit’s Board of Directors.

McDaniel brings to the Austin Diaper Bank more than 15 years of leadership experience at several nonprofits in both Austin and California, focusing on business development, nonprofit management and donor development. She was chosen by the Austin Diaper Bank Board of Directors after an extensive search process.

“As the Austin Diaper Bank enters its fifth year, we believe Holly has the skills, experience and enthusiasm needed to grow the Austin Diaper Bank to better meet the diaper needs of families, children and seniors in Central Texas,” said Board Chairman Julie Remde. “We are lucky to have someone of Holly’s talent on board and are excited to work with her to move the Austin Diaper Bank forward.”

“I look forward to working with the Board of Directors, staff and volunteers to create an exciting new chapter in the Austin Diaper Bank’s development and ensure we meet the diaper needs of all families in Austin and our surrounding communities,” McDaniel said.

Most recently, McDaniel served as director of development at Art Alliance Austin. During her three years with the organization, she managed and led the development department and was part of an executive team that guided Art Alliance Austin through a complete overhaul of programming, outreach and business relationships.

Previously, she was director of individual giving and philanthropy at KMFA, 89.5, the classical public radio station in Austin. While living in California, McDaniel served Polytechnic School in Pasadena as director of its annual fund, and was special events manager for the Gay and Lesbian Alliance Against Defamation (GLAAD) in Los Angeles.

McDaniel earned a bachelor’s degree in art history from Occidental College in Los Angeles.

The Austin Diaper Bank, a local 501(c)(3) organization (www.austindiaperbank.org) helps close the "diaper gap" in the community by distributing donated or purchased diapers for needy babies and seniors through more than 40 partner agencies in a region from Georgetown to San Marcos. To date, the Austin Diaper Bank has distributed more than 750,000 diapers.

Wednesday, May 3, 2017

Austin Diaper Bank is Looking for Its Next Executive Director


Austin Diaper Bank is looking for a local leader to continue its good work. Our founder Beverly Hamilton is stepping down after 4 years of leading the organization. See the complete job description below or online here.





Wednesday, March 1, 2017

How You Can #Amplify4diapers during #AmplifyATX 2017


To continue on our path of reducing diaper need in Central Texas, Austin Diaper Bank has the goal of raising $18,000 during Amplify Austin, our community's 24 hour period of giving to non-profits. Funds raised support our warehouse rent, diapers in critically needed sizes, outdoor donation bins and more. Any gift has a direct impact on a child or senior citizen right here in the Austin area. Amplify Austin runs Thursday March 2 at 6pm to Friday March 3 at 6pm. Click here to support our most vulnerable. Thank you!

Wednesday, January 18, 2017

A New Year Means Strengthening Our Advocacy for Diaper Affordability


One way to increase the affordability of a child's basic need of diapers is to not tax them. Sales tax is 8.25% here in Texas. That might be the difference between a family's being able to afford the $1,000 annual cost of diapers for one child or a baby sitting in a soiled diaper for too long to stretch their diaper supply. House Bill 221 proposes to do just that, along with rolling back sales tax for another important need: feminine hygiene products. KEYE, the local CBS affiliate, recently covered the bill and the work of Austin Diaper Bank: View video and article here.