Volunteer with The Period Purse | Volunteer Opportunities

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Looking to get involved and give back to the community?

We are often looking for virtual volunteers. We post our volunteer opportunities on various volunteer job boards, in our newsletter, and on our social media.

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Grassroots Opportunities

Mini Drives

the period purse mini drives

The Period Purse was built from the grassroots up by small groups of passionate individuals. Want to do a mini drive with your colleagues, friends, or book club? Help out financially or with in-kind donations. Each $15 supports one person who menstruates through an online fundraiser. Or collect period products and have one of your team drop it off at our storage unit in Etobicoke or your closest food bank.

Fill out our mini drive game plan to get started!


Calling all genders of all ages! From middle school to 99 years old, we offer virtual and in person Toronto presentations to increase your learning and decrease the stigma of periods. Learn with our Menstruation Nation through a variety of topics.

Book your free period positive presentation now.

Employment Engagement Packing Party

packers and oganizers

Looking for a way to include your corporate team in the menstrual equity movement? Gather up 12 teammates and join us for an educational 2-hour team-building experience at our storage facility in Etobicoke. Learn about period poverty and how our donation system works, and get the chance to participate directly by counting, sorting, and packing materials that will be delivered to local menstruators in need.

Cost: $400 (all fees directly benefit our charity) 
Time Commitment: 2 hours
Charitable tax receipt issued with payment

Fill out this form to put in your request and join our menstrual movement!

We respectfully acknowledge the land we live and work on is the traditional territory of many nations including the Haudenosaunee, the Anishinabewaki, the Mississaugas of the Credit First Nation, Mississauga, and the Wendat peoples and is now home to many diverse First Nations, Inuit and Métis peoples. We also acknowledge that Toronto is covered by Treaty 13 with the Mississaugas of the Credit.

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