Feminine hygiene products are costly and can create an affordability barrier for women and girls experiencing homelessness. Additionally, many shelters or drop-in centers operate within a tight budget and could use support in offsetting the rising cost of feminine hygiene items for their participants.
How can D.R.E.W. Projects help?
To learn more about D.R.E.W. Projects, visit www.drewprojects.org
Did you know?
According to the 2020 Greater Los Angeles Homeless Count – Los Angeles CoC, there are 63,706 people experiencing homelessness. Females represent a total of 20,671 with 8,455 females sheltered and 12,216 unsheltered.
Visit LAHSA to learn more about the 2020 Greater Los Angeles Homeless Count
Our Global Partner
D.R.E.W. Projects celebrates Wash United's Menstrual Hygiene Day (MH Day) 2021 campaign on May 28th. To learn more about MH Day 2021, visit https://menstrualhygieneday.org