end period poverty, PERIOD.

Inability through financial crisis, homelessness or fleeing domestic violence to purchase essential sanitary products is 'PERIOD POVERTY'

Poor menstrual management affects the emotional and physical health of women, with some ladies resorting to skipping meals in favour of purchasing tampons, using dirty socks or even rolled up toilet paper in desperation.
WITH EVERY PURCHASE, WE DONTATE ONE PACK OF PERIOD ITEMS ON YOUR BEHALF.
TO DATE WE HAVE DONATED
4169 PADS
5920 TAMPONS
42 MENSTRUAL CUPS
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    We believe EVERY WOMAN deserves the right to their dignity and proudly support 'Share The Dignity', your purchase is directly helping to end period poverty.
    When someone is doing it tough, the last thing on their mind should be dealing with their period. 
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    Share The Dignity, provides women with access to menstrual health education and sanitary products. Since 2015, they have collected more than 2.8 million period products across Australia.
    Leading the charge to AXE THE TAMPON TAX in 2018, there are so many ways you can easily support 'Share the Dignity', I encourage you to visit www.sharethedignity.org.au for more.