Share the Dignity
Share the Dignity makes a real, on-the-ground difference to those experiencing homelessness, fleeing domestic violence, or experiencing poverty. We distribute period products and work to end period poverty here in Australia. When someone is doing it tough, the last thing on their mind should be dealing with their period. We assist by collecting thousands of period products each year through our collection drives and campaigns and distributing them directly to charities.
Ensuring that everyone is afforded the dignity in life that so many of us take for granted.
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About Share the Dignity
In 2015, Share the Dignity was founded after identifying there was a genuine need to provide vulnerable women in our community with essential sanitary products. It was reported that these women are often forced to choose between buying food to eat or buying expensive sanitary items to get through their periods.
Women and children, either homeless or in shelters, were having to clean themselves in public toilets and use paper towels to create makeshift sanitary pads. This is not and should never be okay.
From a grassroots local community initiative to a national charity, Share the Dignity has struck a chord with the Australian public and continues to evolve in order to provide for the needs of at-risk women and children.
Working tirelessly with over 6,000 volunteers, the charity has been able to deliver over 3.4 million packets of pads and tampons and over 721,999 essential-filled handbags to Australian women, girls and those who menstruate.
Share the Dignity continues to grow with the support of passionate volunteers and the generosity of Australian businesses, ensuring that everyone is afforded the dignity in life that many of us take for granted.