The Homeless Period Project donated over 800,000 Period Products in the first quarter of 2019.

Thank you for the generous contributions. They allowed us to help many women and girls in need.

 
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Fighting For A Change, One Month At A Time.

ACCESS to menstrual hygiene for all is a vital part of healthcare.

The Homeless Period Project is changing the world one community at a time by creating awareness and delivering menstrual hygiene products to those in need. Please share our message, make a donation, or volunteer today.

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Make A Difference. Host A Period Party.

Gather your friends, colleagues And congrEGAtion and get the PACKING party started.

For anyone who loves getting together with family and friends, and is passionate about giving back to the community, hosting a Packing Party is a perfect way to have fun while making a difference. Learn more about how to get started. For those with a competitive spirit, challenge your neighbors to compete for the most Period Packs and donations generated by one party.

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Leadership Team. We’re On A Mission.

Far left: Stephanie Arnold, Co-Founder & Board Chairwoman
SECOND FROM left: Sharron M. Champion, Co-Founder & Executive Director

Our mission is to provide feminine hygiene products to individuals in need and advocate for equal and tax-free access to these vital products for all by enlisting the power of volunteers and the generosity of donors. The Homeless Period Project is headquartered in Greenville, SC. We’re changing the world one community at a time by creating awareness and delivering feminine hygiene products to those in need in the tri-state area.

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Restoring Dignity. One Period At A Time.

Documentary SHORT Film: Breaking the Cycle: Menstrual Taboos, Myths and Reality.

Please take ten minutes out to watch chapter three of this moving documentary titled Breaking the Cycle: Menstrual Taboos, Myths and Reality featuring The Homeless Period Project. The chapter highlights the life of Shontel, a 17-year-old young woman living in Spartanburg, SC. She is one of many around the world who struggle to afford sanitary products.

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Director: Nancy Durrell McKenna
Producer: Deborah Bayer Marlow
Film Company: MarlowFilms PRODUCTIONS