1 in 4 Campaign
Our new 1 in 4 campaign will tackle period poverty in Mississippi schools! Nearly 1 in 4 students across the country struggle to access period products. We will be advocating for the installation of Aunt Flow free product dispensers in schools in the Vicksburg Warren School District! We have also been organizing to donate period care packages to schools in the district. This campaign falls under the Advocacy pillar of our Mission! Click the link below to volunteer to support our campaign!
Student Care Project
As some of you may know, our co-founder Asia Brown is a junior at Spelman College in Atlanta, GA. Upperclassmen at Spelman are currently experiencing a housing crisis due to a lack of adequate on-campus housing for students, which will cause many students to face food insecurity, homelessness, and lack of access to transportation. To combat this issue, we are partnering with Wander Nia, a blog/business created by Spelman junior Nia Curry. The Student Care Project will supply Spelman students living off-campus with care packages full of needed essentials for off-campus living. Care packages will have menstrual care supplies, toiletries, cleaning supplies, and other essentials. Please consider sharing and donating to support Spelman students in need. Please click the link below to donate to our Amazon wish list or Cashapp $WanderNia.
601 For Period Equity x ACLU of Mississippi Menstrual Product Drive for Incarcerated Women in Mississippi
In the fall of 2021, our Jackson branch leader Maisie Brown teamed up Representative Lataisha Jackson and the ACLU of Mississippi to hold a menstrual product drive for incarcerated women in the Central Mississippi Correctional Facility and had an amazing turnout! Menstrual hygiene is a human right for EVERY menstruator!