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Homeless Period campaign

Help homeless women on their periods

Life / posted 2 years ago / Jayne Cherrington-Cook

Help homeless women on their periods

At Pink Parcel we love to support worthwhile causes, especially when they affect other women.

We’ve already been vocal about our support for Laura Coryton’s campaign to end ‘tampon tax’ and now we’d lending our support to The Homeless Period campaign.

The time of the month can literally be a pain for many women, but imagine if you were homeless as well? With limited or no access to sanitary products, many homeless women are often forced to go without.

The Homeless Period are asking people to sign their petition to get the government to give homeless shelters an allowance to buy feminine hygiene products, just as they currently do for condoms.

It’s such a worthwhile cause that we really would love you to support this – all it takes is a few clicks and you could be helping women who really need support every month.

To find out more and sign the petition, click here.

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  1. Fiona campbell says:

    Good cause

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