Period poverty not-for-profit affected by lockdown inundated with donations from generous Kiwis

Period poverty not-for-profit affected by lockdown inundated with donations from generous Kiwis A New Zealand period poverty not-for-profit organisation that’s been overwhelmed with requests lately has seen a surge in donations after reaching out on a popular social media page. The Good Fund provides reusable and sustainable period product packs to those who cannot afford …

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Whitianga News

The lovely Mel landed herself in the local newspaper in Whitianga! Her Fill-a-Bag event will be held on Saturday the 22nd June at C3 Church in Whitianga. Make sure you check out her event if you are up that way, such a beautiful part of Aotearoa!

Haakaa NZ

Haakaa kindly reached out to us and donated 50 Haaka Flow Cups to be distributed to community groups in NZ. We are so excited to have them on our team! Haakaa is a NZ brand that create products that enable families to lead a simpler, easier and greener lives. Some time last year, it was …

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Whanganui Chronicle

A fundraiser is coming to town to help fight period poverty It’s not every day a cause is fought for by filling a bag full of baby clothes but due to the efforts of two Whanganui women, the fight to end period poverty is under way. The Fill-a-Bag fundraiser for The Good Fund is being …

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The Herald – Lower Hutt

Thanks to Olivia Porter for being a part of the Lower Hutt Fill-a-Bag Fundraiser. Read the article online HERE If you want to help the drop off points are: HUTT VALLEY* Flight Centre Upper Hutt, (187 Main St) Mon-Fri 9am-5pm, Sat 9am-1pm* The Remakery (310 Waiwhetu Rd, Epuni), * Birchville Kindergarten (12 Amber Grove, Birchville) …

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Stuff – Hamilton

“Emily Holdaway is putting her friends to use sorting through baby clothes donated towards her ‘fill-a-bag’ fundraiser for reusable menstrual products”. Finding a free space to walk through Emily Holdaway’s home is near impossible. Mounds of clothes block the paths of toddlers as they sprint around while their mothers sort through box after box of secondhand clothing. The little pants, tops …

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Stuff – Taranaki

Thanks to Sydney and Kayla for being our amazing Taranaki Fill-a-Bag fundraisers! “Sydney Corry, with baby Sass and Kayla French-Wilkinson, with baby Rylee, are holding a Fill-a-Bag fundraiser in June to raise money for The Good Fund, which aims to combat period poverty. “ Drop off locations: Butterfly Preschool, 21 Normanby Street, Fitzroy Little Seeds, …

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NZ Herald – Tauranga

Article today in the NZ Herald Tauranga woman fighting period poverty, one fundraiser at a time A Tauranga woman is holding a fundraiser in hopes of helping women around the country cope with the monthly costs of periods without breaking the bank. Stay-at-home mum Sheldon Hayes is organising The Good Fund Fill-A-Bag Tauranga fundraising event …

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Stuff – Manawatu

Article in todays local Manauwatu Stuff regional news. Palmerston North mums pitch in with fundraiser to fight ‘period poverty’ A trio of mums are looking to do their part to help thousands of Kiwi women escape “period poverty”. Laura Signal, Ailis​ Burleigh and Renee Clinch are gathering donations of baby clothing and blankets in Palmerston North for a “fill a bag” …

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