How do I host a Period Party?

Hosting a Period Party is easy — just gather a group of friends, collect the needed supplies, and enjoy catching up while you assemble the Period Packs. Our volunteers have hosted Period Parties with their book club, workout class, supper club, Sunday School class, and play group.

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What goes in a Period Pack?

Each Period Pack contains enough supplies for one woman for one month. We include:

  • Pads
  • Tampons
  • Liners
  • Individually wrapped feminine wipes

Pack everything neatly into a quart-sized Ziploc bag. And voila, you’ve assembled a Period Pack!

How many Period Packs should we make?

A good rule of thumb is that for each $5 a guest contributes, you will be able to make 2 Period Packs. If you host 10 friends who all contribute $10, you can expect to prepare 40 Period Packs.

Set a goal for how many packs your group can provide, and divide up who will bring which supplies. Or, ask your friends to reimburse you for purchasing the supplies.

Does it matter which brand I buy, and are there any products I should avoid?

We accept product donations of all brands. All we require is that each product is individually wrapped.

Where do I take the assembled Period Packs?

We have drop-off locations throughout Greenville. The full list of drop-off locations is here: Drop Off Locations

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You can also mail Period Packs to The Homeless Period Project, 413 Wilton Street, Greenville, SC 29609.

Is there anything else I have to do?

We’d love to hear from you and keep you updated on other events and news. If you’re interested, you can sign up on our website for our volunteer newsletter.

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How else can I help?

We need monetary donations to help run the project, ship Period Packs to our partners across the State, and maintain communication with our volunteers. Donate Here

You can also help us by:

  • Sharing our information over social media or placing our flyer at your church, gym, office, etc.
  • Donating supplies
  • Volunteering at a community event to assemble Period Packs – see our upcoming events Here
  • Register as a Volunteer Here
  • Deliver Period Packs to local shelters/schools/organizations

Who receives the Period Packs?

We provide supplies to over 100 nonprofit and government agencies across South Carolina. See a full list of recipient organizations on our website Here

I know someone who may need help. How can I connect them?

Contact Us Here and a member of the HPP team will help you connect someone in need with available services in our community.