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Products straight to your door

To ensure no one goes without during the covid-19 pandemic, we have partnered with Hey Girls who will send period products straight to people’s door. People have the choice of three months’ worth of their tampons and pads, reusable cups and reusable period pads. Since March 2020 we sent products to:

  • 3,600+ people in Angus

This service is only available to people living in Angus. If you, or someone you know, could benefit from the service please sign-up using the button below.

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Menstrual Cup + Cup Cups

Alongside the pads and tampons we’ve also partnered with Hey Girls to send out their Menstrual Cups + Cup Cup. Menstrual Cups come with a number of benefits both to you and the environment and if looked after properly they can last for years meaning they’re good for the purse and the environment.

Interested in trying one out? Please click the button below. The Menstrual Cups come in two sizes, so please be sure to tick the right box for you. The Cup Cup is a sterilising pot which you use to clean your menstrual cup.

But for many, cup can seem daunting… So, here’s a handy step-by-step guide about how to use one!
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Who are Hey Girls?

Hey Girls was created to offer people a no leak, super comfy, chlorine and bleach free, environmentally friendly product that tackles period poverty in the UK. How? Well that’s simple – all the profits from our Buy One Give One products go directly to help girls and young women in need. Since launching, over 7 million menstrual products have been donated through our ‘Buy One Give One’ strategy.

As well as working to end period poverty, Hey Girls is committed to ensuring everyone can have a dignified period. In 2019, they launched the period dignity campaign, encouraging employers to stock period products in staff toilets so that no one is caught short at work.

Hey Girls are also committed to period education in schools. My Period is a new resource to help schools have positive conversations with their pupils about periods. With schools in Scotland providing free period products for pupils, and England and Wales following suit, now is the time to ensure all pupils have access to high quality education about periods.