Pads, tampons, and menstrual cups are not covered by benefit programs (like SNAP), and some families are forced to cut back on these critical health maintenance items or prioritize other, equally critical purchases.
We’re dedicated to educating people about the need, collecting/distributing products, and advocating for systemic change.
We supply products to food pantries, social services agencies, and community groups, and we offer workshops and consulting on sustainable, affordable menstrual management solutions to individuals, schools, and companies.
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Introduction While it is widely recognized that toilet paper must be available in all public restrooms, in 2024, it is still, by far, exceptional to find disposable menstrual products freely available. Whether the discussion is focused on schools or workplaces, the...
Menstruation is a natural physiological process experienced by approximately half of the world's population. Despite its universality, employers often overlook or do not understand the far-reaching implications of periods at work. Here is a look at some of the issues...