The Period Equity Project, a coalition of groups in Rochester partnering together to help connect menstrual products with folks who need them, is holding a period product drive. Throughout the months of November and December, community members can drop products off at various donation sites around Rochester, donate via PayPal, or donate directly via an Amazon wishlist (https://amzn.to/3Br8Pss). The collected donated supplies will be given to organizations in Rochester that support community members in need, like The Landing and Gage East Apartments. Collections will be accepted starting November 1 until December 19. A donation barrel will be located in the First UU Church Lobby.

Accepted Donations: –

Tampons (light, regular, heavy accepted)

  • Tampax Pearl
  • Tampax Pure
  • Seventh Generation Organic Tampons
  • Playtex Sport
  • L. Organic Cotton Tampons

Pads (light, regular, heavy accepted)

  • Always Menstrual Pads
  • L. Chlorine Free Pads 
  • Kotex Pads 
  • Rael Pads
  • Cora Pads

Disposable Wipes

  •  Fragrance Free Wipes 

Menstrual Cups

  • Diva Cup
  • Saalt Cups
  • Flex Cups
  • Cora Cups
  • Honeypot Cup

Bags

  • Cloth cosmetic bags
  • Cloth zippered pouch 

Soap 

  • Neutrogena Liquid Soap
  • Cetaphil Gentle Cleanser 
  • DivaWash

    Other Sites Accepting Period Product Donations: 
    • Cafe Steam (On Broadway)
    • Christ United Methodist Church
    • First Unitarian Universalist Church
    • Forager Brewery
    • Gray Duck Theater & Coffee House
    • Little Thistle Brewing
    • Old Abe & Co.
    • Peace United Church of Christ
    • Planned Parenthood – Rochester
    • Rochester YMCA
    • Taco Jed
    • Threshold Arts

    Schools  

    • Rochester Alternative Learning Center
    • Kasson-Mantorville High School (Classroom S112)
    • Mayo High School (Door 6, Health Office, Rooms 2-303 & 2-310)
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