WHAT WE'RE ALL ABOUT
For every pair of pants sold, we strive to bring attention to menstrual health inequity by donating a year's supply of period products to an American in need.
Did you know there is a public health crisis happening in the United States?
The United Nations has declared the inability to access menstrual hygiene products a public health, gender equality, and human rights issue. We hope to shine a spotlight on the United States' current policies to exclude period products from public benefits (like food stamps - SNAP or WIC); to not be covered by health insurance, Medicaid, or included in Flexible Spending Account (FSA) allowances; to not be provided in jails/prisons; to not be exempt from sales tax in the majority of states; to not be required by the FDA to disclose their ingredients; to not be readily available in schools (nurse's office), or workplace (or any) restroom. The inability to afford or manage menstruation should not hold anyone back from educational opportunities or full societal participation.