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Lil Helper Cloth Diapers was founded in 2009 by buddies Mohammed Gandhi and Nader Abu El Samid. Both met in Ryerson University, Toronto while studying for their undergraduate degree in aerospace engineering. Both these nerds also have a master's degree in aerospace, which they occasionally use to impress people. You can read more about these guys here.

Lil Helper Cloth Diapers was born out of an itch to make a better and more affordable cloth diaper. Read their entire story here.

Lil Helper's sole mission is to provide quality products and great customer service. Their mission is further outlined here.

Apart from providing parents with a greener alternative to disposable diapers, Lil Helper also started the Baby Do Good program, which gives a brand 1 brand new cloth diaper to a family in need for every 3 diapers they sell. It is their way of evangelizing parents to sustainable diapering practices.

Since introduction in late 2011- their diapers and quirky humor has been very well received by bloggers and customers alike.

The small team at Lil Helper is continuously striving to improve their products and services. They document their journey on their blog. The blog also serves to give customers a peek into the working of bootstrapped company.

If you'd like to speak to any of the goodfellas at Lil Helper, you could simply pick up the phone or friend them on Facebook or follow them on Twitter.