We work to end the stigma around menstruation and ensure that every menstruator feels clean, comfortable, and confident enough to take over the world.
We're fighting period poverty one pad at a time
At the GHP Summit, we invited attendees to step into our Period Confessional Booth to tell their story, share an affirmation, or a word of advice for young menstruators. And although we were able to capture the stories of over 30 attendees, there were at least 40 who were too embarrassed to share.
We don't want anyone to feel shame when it comes to their period, it's something that should be celebrated. Your funding allows us to continue to be a part of the community to normalize menstruation.
Donate today via Text GHPImpact to 44321 or click the link below to donate online.
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Our mission is to enrich the lives of students in education, sports, and career, by providing menstrual products, underwear, sports bras, and period education to menstruating bodies from elementary school to college.
Girls Health Period was started in 2018 by a former teacher, Brittani Gray. After leaving the education sector, Brittani wanted to continue to ensure that students didn’t have to miss school because of their menstrual cycle, as was common practice.
After donating menstrual products and providing education to one school, it quickly grew to 47 schools, group homes, and various local community organizations.
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We believe that your period shouldn't stop you from success.
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It's your period,
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