Get in touch to find out how you can make a difference in the Menstrual Movement! Your involvement can help erase the stigma around periods and provide menstrual products to those in need.
Please choose from the following requests.
To receive disposable menstrual hygiene products your organization must be a 501(c)3 organization who serves people in need. We cannot provide menstrual products directly to individuals, schools, government entities, or for-profit businesses. We are not currently accepting new service partners, as our resources are only sufficient to serve existing partners.
To receive menstrual cups your organization must be a 501(c)3 organization who serves individuals in need. You will first need to become certified in Cup and Cloth, and then you can apply to receive cups. We do not distribute to individuals, schools, government entities, or for-profit businesses. Click the button if you are certified and your organization would like to receive menstrual cups.
Our organization is always looking for great volunteers. We have volunteer roles in our national office in Portland and other volunteer projects. Click the button the left to find out the current status of positions and apply.
If you’d like to fight Period Poverty and Period Stigma in your community, start a chapter! We’ve got hundreds of chapters in schools, community groups, or just run by passionate individuals. If you want to have products in your schools, work through your own chapter to make it happen. You can learn more about forming a chapter by clicking the button to the left or if you’re ready to start, apply here.
Learn more about our advocacy campaign to End Period Poverty in Schools. For National Period Day on October 12th, we will be hosting rallies across the United States. We have a national petition, and want you to tell your senators and representatives to join the fight!