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It costs us about $3.25 in order to create one period pack. Help us ensure that every Ontarian has access to necessary period products by clicking the link


Our service team consists of regional leads and outreach coordinator for various various of the province. To learn more about these positions and apply directly, see the application form below.


Our drivers are a vital part of the service process. As a volunteer driver, you will collect and distribute period packs to shelters in need that are near you. To learn more,


We also accept physical donations of menstrual products! Please email us at to find out more information.

What would your responsibilities be?

Regional Lead

Responsible for coordinating menstrual product collection and deliveries in assigned region, overseeing Drivers and Outreach Coordinators for assigned region and reporting to Service Chair.

Time Commitment: Hours may vary but 10-15 hours per month

Term length: July 2023 - December 2023


Responsible for pick-up and drop-off of menstrual products in your chosen area and reporting to Regional Lead. 

Time Commitment: Hours may vary but drivers are expected to make 2-4 deliveries per month

Term length: July 2023 - December 2023

Other requirements: 

  • Have a well-maintained vehicle, valid G driver’s license, and insurance 

  • Have access to a cell phone with cellular or GPS 


*Please note that those accepted to this position will be reimbursed for gas according to the Canadian Mileage rate for 2023, linked here

**Large regions will be subdivided to ensure reasonable driving distances

Outreach Coordinator

Communicate with local organizations, including but not limited to, recreation centers, small businesses, and places of worship to organize and coordinate product drives in region and report to Regional Lead.

Time Commitment: Hours may vary but 5-10 hours per month 

Term length: July 2023 - December 2023

Why should you become a member of BTN?

Joining Bleed the North is an opportunity for aspiring change-makers to take part in advancing social equity and ending period poverty and period stigma. As a vital member of our service program, you would be a part of a team of likeminded individuals and have the opportunity make an important impact in your community.  Bleed the North also offers volunteer hours and other leadership and development opportunities.

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