Fighting period poverty one step at a time through our Basic Needs Program! Promise Hill distributed 1319 feminine hygiene products to young girls and women in need at Promise House in Dallas, Texas.
The vision of Promise House is that every youth has a safe and nurturing place to call home, where youth ages 0-24 who are experiencing homelessness are provided life-saving care. Thank you to all of the amazing donors who made this contribution possible!
As part of our Basic Needs Program and our current Feminine Hygiene Products Collection, Promise Hill distributed these products to young girls and women in need at Jordan‘s Crossing Resource Center + Jordan Rieser Legacy Foundation in Columbus, Ohio.
Jordan‘s Crossing Resource Center is a unique source of triage support for homeless individuals in Columbus. They rely on 250 volunteers to serve more than 500 individuals each month. Their first priority is to provide immediate help to each individual who walks through their door
#givingtuesday was a success! Not only did we meet our goal for this special day, but your gifts pushed our #givingtuesday collection to $600! This thank you is dedicated to all of our donors. We couldn’t make the impact that we make without YOU!
As part of our Basic Needs Program, Promise Hill provided 2 months of sanitary pads to individual females in need throughout surrounding villages of Mombasa. Without access to proper sanitary products, females in Kenya are forced to use leaves from trees, stuffing from mattresses, and used sanitary products. We are so very appreciative to those who contributed to our period products collection in America! Your generous contributions change lives for those in need.
This lovely soul JOINED THE FIGHT AGAINST PERIOD POVERTY! Promise Hill Project is so very thankful for this generous donation of 1012 period products for our second annual Feminine Hygiene Products Drive – beneting young girls and women in need throughout Kenya, Africa. This donation will positively impact the lives of countless young girls and women currently without access to proper feminine hygiene care.