Australia Relief Efforts

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The Blue Mountains World Heritage Region, located in New South Wales, Australia, is home to the most genetically diverse population of koalas in the country—a group critical for the survival of the species. Due to the severe brush fires sweeping the region, habitats have been impacted or destroyed, and koalas that have survived grapple with dehydration and starvation. The immediate need is providing water and food for the surviving animals.

Water is being driven into the site and carried into key areas of habitat where wildlife is likely to find shelter. It’s anticipated that researchers and volunteers will have to provide water for several months.

San Diego Zoo Global is committing to providing resources to help conservation partners and researchers recover the species.

San Diego Zoo Global, the conservation organization that operates the San Diego Zoo, the San Diego Zoo Safari Park and the Institute for Conservation Research, has devoted over 100 years of work in support of wildlife. That work includes reintroducing sustainable populations of endangered species back into their native habitats.

San Diego Zoo Global seeks the most pressing challenges facing wildlife, while forming global partnerships and applying the latest advances in science and technology in the fight to end extinction.

If you would like to help koalas in Australia, we recommend you donate directly to the conservation efforts of San Diego Zoo Global by visiting

Pampers and Koala #LoveTheChange


Across the next two years, Pampers – in partnership with Koala Kare – will identify high-need public locations and provide baby changing tables for installation in the men’s restrooms. Dads and babies visiting places such as parks and recreation centers, community centers and libraries in cities such as Cincinnati, Dallas, Philadelphia, Detroit, and many others across the U.S. and Canada, are in line to benefit from Pampers’ commitment. The first 500 locations have already been identified and installation is expected to be completed over the coming weeks.

New York law requires diaper changing tables in public men’s restrooms

New York State Assembly Bill No. A03940

“Section 1 adds a new section 79-o to the civil rights law to require that any public building shall provide diaper changing accommodations regardless of the gender for which the restroom is designed, and establishes that this provision applies to restrooms constructed or substantially renovated on or after the effective date of the law. It also requires compliance with laws regarding access for persons with disabilities and with existing fire, health, and safety standards.

Bathrooms Accessible in Every Situation (BABIES) Act


Bathrooms Accessible in Every Situation (BABIES) Act

“This bill requires restrooms in a public building to be equipped with baby changing facilities that the General Services Administration (GSA) determines are physically safe, sanitary, and appropriate. “Public building” means a public building controlled by the GSA’s Public Building Service. Such requirement shall be subject to any reasonable accommodations that may be made for individuals in accordance with the Americans with Disabilities Act. Such requirement shall be inapplicable: to a restroom in a public building that is not available or accessible for public use, to a restroom that contains clear and conspicuous signage indicating where a restroom with a baby changing table is located on the same floor of such building, if new construction would be required to install a baby changing facility in the building and the cost of such construction is unfeasible, or to a building not subject to an alteration for which any appropriations must be approved by the Senate Committee on Environment and Public Works and the House Committee on Transportation and Infrastructure.”

Public Law No: 114-235 (10/07/2016)
Summary: H.R.5147 — 114th Congress (2015-2016)

Announcing the New KB200-SS

The KB200-SS, released in May 2012 offers all the great features of the KB200 but is enhanced by a sleek Stainless Steel panel on the front. A clean, laser engraved logo clearly identifies the product as a baby changing station to patrons. This product will make a sophisticated addition to the upscale restroom facility.

Celebrating our 25th Anniversary


Since 1987, Koala has been providing safe and innovative childcare products. Throughout the year we will be announcing different ways you can help us celebrate. Please check back for updates.