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Days For Girls provides washable, re-useable feminine hygiene kits to girls and women around the world so they can continue to go to school or work during their period. Volunteers sew, pack, and send kits to areas all over the world to help girls and women continue school and care for their families every day. This not only empowers girls and women but often helps their overall health and allows them to become better educated and more productive in their communities.

About us
We are women, men, and children working together around the world to make feminine hygiene kits for girls and women so they can stay in school or work during their period.

Location: Lynden, WA       Team website

 

Latest Messages  

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Team Activity

  • Loderica
    Philippines
    Loderica received a loan from Dixie to buy scrap materials and to buy food ingredients.
    Dixie
  • Liza Jane
    Philippines
    Liza Jane received a loan from Barbara to build a sanitary toilet for her family.
    Barbara
  • Faafou
    Samoa
    Faafou received a loan from Barbara to buy a bag of sugar, a bag of rice, a bag of flour, a box of chicken, a box of turkey tails, a box of mutton flaps, cooking oil, and soy sauce.
    Barbara
  • Faamanu
    Samoa
    Faamanu received a loan from Barbara to buy a new sewing machine, thread, needles, a measuring tape, a new pair of scissors and material.
    Barbara
  • Yareli Castidad
    Honduras
    Yareli Castidad received a loan from 1 team members to purchase soft drinks, juices, eggs, butter, oil, rice, sugar, bread, toilet paper, disposable products and canned goods.
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  • Marine
    Congo (DRC)
    Marine received a loan from Karen to buy supplies of pagnes for sale.
    Karen
  • Huda
    Egypt
    Huda received a loan from Karen buy new styles of linens and women's wear to attract more customers and increase income.
    Karen
  • Saniya Group
    Mali
    Saniya Group received a loan from Karen to buy bales of second-hand clothing to resell in order to support their family.
    Karen

Impact   Updated Hourly

12
Team Members
$13,125
Amount Funded
519
Loans
43.2
Loans per member