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Eliminate Period Poverty
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.
It’s time to wipe out period poverty. What will you do to help?
Make A Real Change In Someone’s Life
Empowering Parents: Teaching Children of All Genders About Periods and Menstrual Management
Starting THE conversation about periods and reproduction can feel overwhelming. It is common for parents to put it off or not have a chat at all because of a range of their emotions. But pretending the changes to our bodies do not exist will not make it so. And...
Pads and tampons must be available, for free, in school bathrooms. Period.
"We recently got a note from a school nurse in a district where most families struggle financially. It is typical of what we hear all too often. The note read, "A student came to the health office to show me that her pants were soiled from her period. I gave her a...