The amount of the grant can reach up to $200 per children and covers washable diapers, washable swim diapers (maximum of 2 diapers), waterproof carrying bags for soiled items, and fabric to make diapers.
Menstrual protection, bedwetting and incontinence products
The amount of the grant can reach up to $100 per person and covers menstrual underwear and cups, washable sanitary napkins, reusable tampon applicators, diapers, washable underwear and liners for bedwetting, urinary leaks and incontinence, waterproof carrying bags for soiled items, and fabric to make underwear and liners for bedwetting, urinary leaks and incontinence.
Diapers: Fill out the form for washable diapers and send it by e-mail to email@example.com or bring it to the multiservice counter at City Hall along with your MULTI Card, the original bill from a purchase made less than 6 months ago and your child’s birth certificate (under 3 years old) or hospital card.
The person making the request must be the parent or legal guardian of the children using the diapers.
For other products: Fill out the form for menstrual protection products or for incontinence and bedwetting products and send it by e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org or bring it to the multiservice counter at City Hall along with your MULTI Card and the original bill from a purchase made less than 3 months ago.
For second-hand purchases, please fill out the declaration of transaction between individuals form.
Only products purchased in Canada or the United States are accepted.
Shipping charges are not included.
Waterproof carrying bags for soiled items or for lining diaper pails are the only accessories eligible for the grant. Detergents or cleaning products, cosmetics or baby care products, other washable products (nursing pads, makeup remover pads, etc.) are not eligible.
The grant is not renewable
- Until a child is toilet trained, he or she will use approximately 6,000 diapers, which represents up to one tonne of waste.
- Disposable diapers are made of plastic (derived from crude oil) and cellulose (derived from wood). For one child, this is equivalent to half a barrel of crude oil and four and a half trees. Disposable diapers also require large quantities of water to be produced.
- One washable diaper is equivalent to around 300 disposable diapers.