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    Weʼve raised £0 to stop young girls missing out on their education due to period poverty, and put red boxes full of hygiene products into schools

    Bournemouth, UK
    Closed on Tuesday, 13th November 2018

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    The Red Box Project is designed to help young ladies access feminine hygiene products that they may not otherwise be able to afford.

    Too many girls are missing out on vital education due to period poverty. The Red Box Project aims to provide schools with red boxes full of everything a girl needs to access to support her through her period.

    We are a community project, therefore we recieve no funding. All products are donations giving by caring individuals or groups.

    Not only do we provide santary pads and tampons, but we also supply clean underwear, femine wash products, wipes, flannels and bags. We also support these young ladies whilst they are not at school, providing care packs for them to take home during school holidays.

    Donations and support is vital for us to continue to help these girls so anything you can spare is hugely appreciated



    Sara Collick

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        Sara Collick

        Sara Collick

        Bournemouth, UK

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