We've talked about the homeless needing food. We've talked about low income families needing diapers. We've talked about building homes for Habitat for Humanity. We've even talked about donating pet food for low income families.
What about homeless or low income women who need to buy products every month to take care of their periods? Geoff Davis, Executive Director of Period Kits, spoke during worship and shared stories of women using newspaper or buying diapers but stealing tampons because they can't afford sanitary supplies each month.
Christ Church is collecting products now through February 23. We need:
packs of underwear (size 6-9)
feminine wipes (NOT baby wipes)
These will be assembled into kits for Period Kits which will be handed out to homeless women. Need more info? check out www.periodkits.org or email Sue Fager, email@example.com.