WE HAVE PADS READY TO DELIVER! Please contact us if you are in need.

NOTICES: Looking for a long-term volunteer opportunity? Reach out! Also, please reach out if you take truck pallets for recycling uses! 

SPRING UPDATES: Garfield High School chapter of PERIOD and Pagliacci’s Pizza– thank you for picking up a pallet of pads. Thanks to University District Food Bank for picking up TWO pallets of pads.

Thank you to the Norcliffe Foundation for their generous donation to help us store our pads. And, thank you Seattle’s Union Gospel Mission for picking up many boxes of pads!

The UW Food Pantry just received (end of March) about 48 boxes of pads! Thank you!

Our autumn/winter donations of more than 50 boxes of pads each trip have been to HopeFest, the Phillis Wheatley Branch of the YWCA, the Ballard Food Bank, the University District Food Bank, and the Northwest Harvest Food Bank.

This summer, we provided the Low Income Housing Institute with over 45 pounds of pads. Thank you to the volunteers who helped make this happen!

Thank you to our latest donors: we have thousands of pads we’re getting ready to donate. A huge thank you to the Always brand for supplying much of these, and to the ongoing protests against racism this summer for their inspiring dedication.

Listed below are our biggest past donations:

We donated over 36 boxes of pads to Mary’s Place on April 30th, 2020. Thank you to Procter & Gamble for making this possible.

On January 22nd, 2019, we donated 72 pounds of tampons to Rainier Valley Food Bank (www.rvfb.org)! Thank you to Costco for giving us their surplus Tampax. Please donate to us to help continue our regular support to the food bank. They are one of our regular recipients.

Thank you Procter & Gamble and Mary’s Place for our first donation in October 2018. We provided enough pads to support roughly 10,000 individual periods! Find us at Fox Q13 from our donation on January 4th, 2019!

Check out these resources about homelessness and periods.

All about youth homelessness in Seattle:


Information on periods: