Leigh and her SisterFriend Club were on a mission to help others in their community. After learning about period poverty and how it affects women and girls experiencing homelessness, they decided to organize a period product drive.
Leigh and her friends researched what products were needed the most and reached out to local businesses and community members for donations. They also created flyers to spread the word about their drive.
Their hard work paid off as they collected a large amount of pads, tampons, and other menstrual products. Leigh and her friends were excited to make a difference in someone's life.
On the day of the drive, they partnered with a local homeless shelter and distributed the products to women and girls in need. They also took the opportunity to educate them about menstrual hygiene and how to properly use the products.
Leigh and her friends were touched by the grateful reactions they received from the recipients. They were proud of what they had accomplished and knew that their small act of kindness could make a big impact on someone's life.
The success of their period product drive motivated Leigh and her friends to continue their advocacy work for menstrual equity. They planned to organize more drives in the future and spread awareness about the issue to their community.
If you want to make a difference in someone's life, Leigh and her SisterFriend Club recommend organizing a period product drive in your own community. You can reach out to local shelters, businesses, and community members for donations and make a positive impact on someone's life.