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How to Give the Gift of Menstrual Equity this Holiday Season

Posted by Ann Lambert on 16 December 2023
How to Give the Gift of Menstrual Equity this Holiday Season

From bringing people together for a good cause, to making a donation in a loved one’s name – giving back to your community is the perfect way to spread holiday cheer. Here are four impactful ways to do just that with The Period Purse this holiday season. 

Period Presents

Make a difference on behalf of someone you love by dedicating a Period Present to them! Your loved one will receive an e-card about the donation you made in their name and the impact it will have on someone who needs it.

When you donate financially, you will be part of the puzzle getting free period products and education to those who need it. There are four tiers of Period Presents. 

-   $15 for one month’s supply of period products

-   $40 for one reusable menstrual cup 

-   $100 for one educational presentation 

-   $180 provides one YEAR of period supplies 

The Collective

Keep the spirit of giving alive all year by joining the Collective – a group of monthly donors committed to supporting our cause monthly. $15 is just one bottle of wine, or two fancy lattes, or for The Period Purse helps us purchase more period products!

The generous support we receive from the Collective allows us to continuously and sustainably provide free menstrual products and provide free education sessions. 

Happy Holidays from TPP!

On that note, we are so grateful for the tremendous growth and support we have seen this year. We can’t wait to share all that’s in store for 2024, and we wish you all a safe, happy and restful holiday season!

Author:Ann Lambert

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