If purposeful purchasing plays a big role in your menstrual cup shopping you may want to pick a brand that chooses to give back. Luckily there are many menstrual cups that offer a “one for one” model (just like the TOMS brand), those who run their own charities and educational outreach arms, or those who raise funds for worthwhile causes through the sale of their cups. A charity component is featured on our Menstrual Cup Comparison Tool for your consideration.
Every time you buy a Ruby Cup, you donate another one to a school girl in East Africa. A Ruby Cup helps her stay in school and relieves her from the monthly stress of not being able to afford pads and having to make do with rags and toilet paper.
Diva International Inc. is committed to both partnering with and supporting organizations who share our values surrounding women’s health and the environment. A partner to us is quite simply someone who shares in our mission, values and endeavors to provide women and girls everywhere with access and knowledge of sustainable menstrual care.
Lunette x Monki-
To celebrate our collaboration with Monki, we’re donating 5000 menstrual cups to The Cup Foundation. We will also be donating one cup to a girl in need for every cup sold through Lunette’s online store!
Every time someone chooses Lunette, it helps us bring empowerment to other girls and women around the world.
Glad Rags/ XO Flo
GladRags is proud to partner with UnTabooed to bring reusable menstrual products to menstruators in the U.S., specifically the New York City area. UnTabooed is committed to breaking the taboo surrounding menstruation by providing menstrual health education and sustainable menstrual products to women in need, and promoting conversation among people everywhere.
At Saalt, we seek out charity partners that are already in the trenches, working tirelessly to improve the lives of girls and women worldwide. We leverage our resources to support their goals and boost their impact, so together, we can create positive change that is tangible and far reaching.
The MINA Foundation was founded by 3 dynamic women with the mission to keep more young girls in school, change their lives and save the planet. They travel globally not only distributing MINA to schools, but also empowering girls with information and mentorship about appropriate female hygiene and sanitation.
Organic Initiative (makes of the Oi Cup and other products) “donate to important environmental initiatives, we also donate tampons and pads to women in difficult times and schools.”
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