The Service Team works with shelters, food banks, community co-ops, and other organizations to provide them with period products. They also deliver period product "packs" to individuals across Ontario who are in need and experience period poverty.
Led by Eden B. & Sophie B.
The Service Team is constantly reaching out to new shelters and organizations to end period poverty. These Product Distribution partners, alongside the Volunteer Drivers, help deliver packs to those in need.
Since our inception in March of 2020, the Service Team has worked hard to collect products and host drives. As of July 2021, we've donated 49 menstrual cups, 20,695 tampons, 25,693 pads, totaling to 46,437 products and 2730 packs!
2020 was a successful year for the Service Team, but we continue to work hard to help menstruators in need. For 2021, the Service Team aims to collect 40,000 products and run at least 15 product drives!
Each pack has 7 tampons and 11 pads.
Watch this video of Elle, one of our Chief Marketing Officers, to learn how to make a period pack. Grab a few friends, sit down, and have a (virtual) pack-making party!
What do I do after I'm done making my packs?
Thank you for the time and effort towards making these packs. We would love to help you get these packs to menstruators in Ontario who need them - fill out the form below and we will get back to you ASAP.
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Which shelters & organizations have we worked with?
Bleed the North has worked with many organizations across Ontario, including but not limited to:
St. James Town Community Co-op
Tree of Justice
Parkdale Food Centre
Ernestine’s Women’s Shelter is grateful to have received menstrual products from Bleed the North to share with the women in our community, thank you for your support. Thank you for the important work that you do to help end period poverty and stigma by providing menstrual products across Ontario.