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by Admin giftwellness February 11, 2016

Gift Wellness has now donated almost 90,000 sanitary pads to women in crisis situations, thanks to the support of our customers who are passionate about this cause.

It's a win-win for everyone involved, the women who buy Gift pads and benefit from them in so many ways; and the women who are relieved to receive pads when they're in a desperate situation. 

Last month, we started supplying a foodbank in Derby called The Hope Centre. Also last month, we sent another consignment of sanitary pads to women in Syrian refugee camps. (Pictured left, Gift pads being distributed in Syrian refugee camp)

This month, we've agreed to team up with The Homeless Period, based in Birmingham that supplies homeless women with sanitary products.

So everytime you buy Gift pads, remember that you're doing something wonderful!

If you know of a local charity, foodbank or homeless shelter that may need our pads for local women in crisis, please get let us know (giving your details and the location of the organisation) at [email protected]

Thank you!




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