About Babycycle

About Babycycle

Babycycle is South Pinellas County’s only community diaper bank.   Babycycle serves children ages 0-12.  We believe that every child deserves not to have to worry about having food, diapers, wipes,clothing or other basic necessities and every mother deserves a chance to provide these items to their children.  Babycycle collects and distributes a variety of baby items from diapers to cribs to books to formula and food.

Babycycle distributes to partner agencies only. Our monthly agency diaper distribution is on the second Thursday of every month from 3-4p.m. We distribute other items each month to our partner agencies by appointment only. Please e-mail our agency coordinator at katie.babycyclefl.org to make an appointment or if you are interested in more information about becoming a Babycycle Diaper Bank partner agency.

Our Partners Agencies Include:

  • Alpha House
  • Bay Area Pregnancy Center
  • Boley Center
  • CASA
  • Clothes to Kids
  • Daystar Life Center
  • Family Resources-SafePlace2B Young Women
  • Feed St. Pete
  • First Presbyterian Church Mosley Outreach
  • Foundations of Life Pregnancy Center
  • Healthy Start Coalition PAT +
  • Impact 24:7
  • Kimberly Home
  • Mothers of Minors Inc.
  • Nina Harris Exceptional Student Education Center
  • Pinellas Community Church Grandparent Support Group
  • Pinellas Opportunity Council
  • R’Club Childcare
  • RCS Food Bank
  • St. Petersburg Free Clinic
  • Suncoast Center
  • Teach One To Reach One
  • West Care

About Founder & Volunteer Director Torrie Jasuwan

Torrie started Babycycle when her two children started outgrowing their clothes and baby gear. Looking at the piles of barely used baby items she tried to find somewhere to take them that went directly to children in need. Overwhelmed by calling numerous organizations who only had a need for one or two of the items she had, she saw the need for a charitable organization which could distribute all baby items to the community organizations that needed them most. Through her work in St. Petersburg Exchange Club and Junior League of St. Petersburg she found the charities that needed these items, created Babycycle and made it her mission for no child to go without food, diapers, clothing or other necessities.