By Cynthia Rosi
February 1, 2021
COLUMBUS, Ohio (WCMH) — The Period Pantry Project has celebrated one year of donating expensive menstrual products to people who may be forced to put food ahead of sanitary supplies.
In 2020, the organization supplied more than 1,600 people with period supplies, including over 20,000 pads, 13,000 tampons, and 468 reusable menstrual cups, said project founder Jill Guinan.
Some of the project’s community partners include Star House, the Center for Healthy Families, and LSS CHOICES Domestic Violence Shelter.
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