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Fighting Period Poverty in Brooklyn

Repair the World Brooklyn has consistently offered opportunities to the local community to engage in menstrual equity work through our partnership. Most recently Repair has supported Brooklyn Community Services’ Mobile Shower Unit through inviting volunteers to create and/or purchase hygiene products for unhoused people in Brooklyn.

Repair has also helped invite children and teens to join in on fighting against period poverty. We have partnered with Repair, jGirls Magazine and the Fig Tree Program to host menstrual equity workshops.

We continue to cheer on Repair’s efforts to fan the flame of menstrual equity across lines of age, class, gender and geography.


We exist to cultivate a global community dedicated to celebrating the purpose and dignity of women and girls. We provide funding to organizations, researchers and initiatives fighting period poverty and advancing menstrual health and hygiene around the world.

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Laci Chilsholm owner of Fit4Dance

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Laci Chisholm, Owner, Fit4Dance, and her fitabulous clients teamed up to host the largest WeDeliverPeriod drive to date.

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CCF eliminates individual and social barriers to higher education, economic security, and civic participation for formerly incarcerated women and their families. We partner with CCF to help their clients achieve their immediate wellness goals on their paths to higher education achievement.

Cynthia Turner and Amelia Thompson

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Cynthia Turner hosted a WeDeliverPeriod drive in her hometown to help girls transitioning out of sex trafficking. She’s a doer and an inspiration.

Advancing Menstrual Health and Hygiene for Women and Girls Around the World

WeDeliverPeriod is an initiative of RenewToday, a social impact organization.