Natalie Palmer Bronze


Year of study
3rd Year

Nottingham Trent University

Natalie‘s Website

It’s 2017 and there are still women and girls in the UK that don’t have access to essential sanitary products. Girls are missing school because of it and homeless women find obtaining sanitary products difficult.

This campaign aims to raise awareness about the issue and actively spark change. Let’s stop period poverty.

The campaign focuses on three ways people can help:

1) Sign the petition: to get government funding for free sanitary products in schools

2) Donate: Asking people to donate money for sanitary supplies to give to the Trussell Trust food banks.

3) Shop: spread the word through wearing the campaign t-shirts and posters all profits go towards funding sanitary products to give to food banks.