Giving girls access to period products in school could be a game changer.
An impressive donation showed up to the Utah Food Bank this week. Volunteers stood ready to stock and shelf more than $40,000 worth of tampons. It’s part of a movement to make sure all women and girls in the state have access to period products.
Founder of Sister Goods, Kristin Andrus, shares what is needed is this area. One of four teenage girls miss class because of a lack of access to these products. Emily McCormick shares what this movement means to Utah Women.