Appleton schools receive period products from The Monthlies Project 15 schools receive more than 5,000 products Appleton, WI (February 15, 2023) — The Appleton Area School District (AASD) has teamed up with The Monthlies Project, a new community initiative aimed at providing menstrual health products at schools and bringing awareness to the issue of period…Read More
APPLETON, Wis. (WLUK) — The Appleton Area School District is partnering with several community organizations to combat period poverty, or inadequate access to menstrual hygiene products and education. Through the Monthlies Project, every district school will have period products, like pads and tampons, available to its students. Over 5,000 period products were distributed to Appleton…Read More
Julie Keller joined Linday O’Brien on the SOAR Spotlight. Listen to the spotlight below to learn more about The Monthlies Project and how to partner, get involved and apply.Read More
CVS Health® has launched a Here for women. initiative, “providing easier access to services and products that help support women’s mental and physical well-being. Here, healthier happens together.” This campaign focuses on breaking barriers on women’s health products including period care, hygiene products, pharmacy services, beauty and other health-related services and products. Relating to period…Read More
Period equity is expanding in Texas. Austin schools are the latest to provide free pads and tampons.
The school district joins a national movement to provide equal access to period supplies. Austin, TX (August 2022) – When Austin public school students return to classes this month, they will find a new amenity awaiting them in the bathrooms: dispensers of free maxi pads and tampons. Over the summer, Austin Independent School District spent about $85,000…Read More
The Monthlies Project is Committed to Ending Period Poverty in the Fox Cities A new fund has been established to raise money to distribute menstrual health products to local schools Appleton, WI (July 2022) – The Monthlies Project is a new community initiative aimed at providing menstrual health products to school-aged students and bringing…Read More
FOX CITIES, Wis. (June 2022) – The latest supply chain issue noticed around the country is a shortage of feminine hygiene products. In the Fox Valley, most shelves are still full of the products, but suppliers say it’s only a matter of time before those same shelves empty out. Walgreens issued a statement to Action…Read More