Just six weeks ago, nearly 400,000 Texans were still without access to clean drinking water due to ongoing effects of the extreme winter storm conditions in February.
Thank you Britt + Benny for your assistance at the dock!
We are so grateful for your support of this special project each and every year!
Spa In The City collected and donated 1,823 period products
Terra.Michelle & Co. collected and donated 1,226 period products!
Sunshine Prosthetics and Orthotics collected and donated 604 period products!
Promise Hill Project has personally waited years to be able to serve the Maasai Tribe- the most traditional tribe in Kenya. Unfortunately, due to the continued spread of Covid-19, we were not able to make the annual trip to Kenya to attend this distribution. However, Promise Hill Project is forever grateful to our volunteers- Michael Maura and Dave Muema for making this happen!
A total of 24 females were served with period products. They were mixed age groups- teens from 12 years of age all the way up to ladies over 50 years. The elderly ladies received pads to take to the younger ladies in their homesteads. COVID-19 PANDEMIC
“Promise Hill Project cautiously continues to serve throughout the global pandemic. We hope that everyone continues to social distance, mask and sanitize – for your safety, for ours and for the safety of Elders, youth and the immunocompromised.” ~Lisa Arbogast, Founder
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!
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