Everybody deserves a bloody good period
Many refugees, people in the asylum system and those living in poverty simply cannot afford period products. People who menstruate suffer because of the culture of embarrassment and shame that exists around this natural, biological process.
We don’t believe that anyone should be at a disadvantage just because they menstruate.
We give period products to those who can’t afford them, and provide menstrual education to those less likely to access it. And we help everybody talk about periods.
We have over 100 partners across England and Wales. They include organisations supporting refugees and asylum-seekers, charities for the homeless, food banks, Covid response community groups and others.
We place bulk orders with suppliers who deliver period products directly to our partners’ centres. From there, the products are given to the people who need them.
These are long-term relationships, so we can guarantee that products are available every single bloody month. Since March 2020, when the UK first entered lockdown, we’ve distributed over 100,000 packs of period products – meaning that people have had one less thing to bloody worry about.