IMPACT

SO FAR... 

  • Thousands of dollars raised and donated to local shelters and nation-wide charities
  • We have purchased, collected and donated over thousands of menstrual products to local shelters and food banks, as well as other necessity products 

MENSTRUAL EQUITY: 

School Board: Thames Valley District School Board (London, ON), Tampon Tuesday and Rachel’s past employer Virgin Radio London teamed up for a menstrual equity initiative. TVDSB continues to provide menstrual products for free in their high schools (April 2019) 

Post Secondary: We are currently on a working group at Wilfrid Laurier University to implement menstrual equity and have been a part of several other initiatives within schools, such as King’s University College 

Municipal level: Due to our proposal, London, ON was the first city in Canada to provide free menstrual products in all publicly accessible, city-owned buildings, as of September 2019 

Federally: Our petition asking for the Federal Government to follow through with their 2019 menstrual equity efforts commenced on Sept 5 2020.

  • We are waiting on a response from the House of Commons. Supported by London MP Peter Fragiskatos. 
  • We chatted with the Minister of Labour, Minister Tassi regarding menstrual equity, Oct 2020. More to come!
Nationally: Currently collaborating to create a National Menstrual Equity Alliance — TBA. 

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