Days for Girls at UCLA
Days for Girls at UCLA is a chapter of the international non-profit organization founded in 2008 by Celeste Mergens, that provides sustainable menstrual hygiene kits to women, girls, and menstruators all over the world, while raising awareness to the stigma and shame surrounding menstruation. At UCLA, we focus our service at three scales: on campus, we provide students with sustainable menstrual products. At the regional level, we host product drives and packing parties to provide products to menstruators experiencing homelessness in LA. At the international level, we attend monthly kit making events with the LA Chapter of Days for Girls and help prepare the kits that will be sent out to various countries. Aside from our volunteer work, we have weekly educational meetings and fun socials throughout the quarter. Menstrual equity everywhere. Period.
Signatories: Kaitlyn Shimohara, Amanda Mak, and Margot Kirby
Advisor: Aaron Joshua Alba Tacub
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