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Need Menstrual Products?

We believe that no one should have to go without menstrual products.

 

Below is a list of organizations in Pennsylvania that provide menstrual products to those in need. 

It is recommended to contact these organizations directly to learn more about their distribution processes.

SISTERFRIEND IS NOT CURRENTLY ACCEPTING PRODUCT DONATIONS DUE TO A LARGE DONATION FROM ALWAYS AND WALMART :)

The Brashear Association - provides menstrual products as well as other basic needs to low-income individuals and families in the Pittsburgh area. Contact them at (412) 431-2236 or visit their website at brashearassociation.org.

 

The Women's Center and Shelter of Greater Pittsburgh - provides menstrual products to individuals who are seeking support for domestic violence and related issues. Contact them at (412) 687-8017 or visit their website at wcspittsburgh.org.

 

Bethlehem Haven - provides menstrual products as well as shelter, food, and other basic needs to homeless women in the Pittsburgh area. Contact them at (412) 391-1348 or visit their website at bethlehemhaven.org.

 

The Pittsburgh Project - provides menstrual products to those in need as part of their community outreach efforts. Contact them at (412) 321-1678 or visit their website at pittsburghproject.org.

 

The Salvation Army - provides menstrual products as part of their basic needs assistance to those in need in the Pittsburgh area. Contact them at (412) 394-4850 or visit their website at wpa.salvationarmy.org.

 

Dress for Success Pittsburgh - provides menstrual products as well as other career development services to women in need in the Pittsburgh area. Contact them at (412) 201-4204 or visit their website at pittsburgh.dressforsuccess.org.

 

Light of Life Rescue Mission - provides menstrual products as well as shelter, food, and other basic needs to homeless individuals in the Pittsburgh area. Contact them at (412) 803-4117 or visit their website at lightoflife.org.

 

Allegheny County Department of Human Services - provides menstrual products as part of their Basic Needs Program to eligible low-income individuals and families in the Pittsburgh area. Contact them at (412) 350-5701 or visit their website at alleghenycounty.us/Human-Services/Programs-Services/Basic-Needs.aspx.

If you are an organization in the Pittsburgh area and would like to be added to our listing, please email us at info@sisterfriend.org

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