Make your Period Promise Today
Making change at a fundamental level.
There’s often a silence around periods, and period poverty. It can be embarrassing and isolating to live without access to appropriate menstrual products.
You can be a part of the solution. In addition to supporting Period Promise donation drives, organizations have an important role to play in curbing period poverty, long-term.
We can reduce the isolation created by period poverty in our own neighbourhoods by making tampons and pads available, for free, in our communities - just like toilet paper. But if you're a local business, union or community leader, we need your support.
Wondering where to start? Curious about costs? We’ve done the research. Our Period Promise Policy Agreement provides the framework you need to show your leadership. Join the movement now.
Contact us now to learn more.
Let’s work together to eradicate period poverty.
Make your Period Promise today.
Period Promise Policy Signatories
The following organizations have committed to providing free and accessible products in their workplace or office:
BC Federation of Labour
Canadian Labour Congress, Pacific Region
Earnscliffe Strategy Group
Hospital Employees' Union (HEU)
Health Science Association of British Columbia (HSA BC)
International Longshore & Warehouse Union of Canada (ILWU Canada)
Pacific Blue Cross
Positive Living BC
United Food and Commercial Workers Local 1518 (UFCW 1518)
United Way of Lower Mainland
BC Federation of Students
BC Government and Services Employees Union (BCGEU)
March On, Vancouver!
New Westminster Schools, School District 40
New Westminster and District Labour Council
International Association of Machinists and Aerospace Workers District 250
City of Victoria
Kiwassa Neighbourhood House
International Longshore & Warehouse Union Local 500 (ILWU Local 500)
International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers Local 213
Thanks to Vancity for supporting the research and development of the Period Promise Policy.