The 2019 April Dignity Drive has now launched!
Collection points are now open around Australia for the entire month of April.
Ensuring everyone is afforded the dignity so many of us take for granted.
Our work directly benefits women in crisis.
Every. Single. Day.
Donate to a women’s charity that makes a real, on-the-ground difference to homeless women and victims of domestic violence. Share The Dignity collects thousands of pads, tampons and personal hygiene products every YEAR for women experiencing homelessness and poverty. Small dignities make a big difference. We fund funerals for victims of domestic violence and campaign for justice for women in Australia.
And we need help from KIND HEARTED PEOPLE like you because your small act of kindness gives monthly dignity to Australia’s most vulnerable women.
Sunday 26th May, 1-4pm
Tickets now on sale!
Empowering Australian Women. All proceeds to Share the Dignity
Donate Pads and Tampons
A box for me a box for her – It’s easy to donate while you shop.
We are so excited to share with you the ANNOUNCEMENT OF THE YEAR!
Woolworths Share our passion to help women in need and have committed to donate five cents from every packet of pads and tampons sold in each of their 995 stores across Australia! This means up to a million dollars EACH YEAR to help us ensure that Australian women and girls are no longer forced to use wadded up toilet paper to manage their periods!
This incredible generosity will make a HUGE difference to the lives of Australians experiencing poverty, homelessness and domestic violence and we are so grateful for the support!
So now when you get your period and purchase your sanitary items from Woolworths you will be helping to ensure another woman fleeing domestic violence, experiencing homelessness or living in poverty won’t have to choose between buying food or sanitary items. We can End Period Poverty in Australia I feel like WE CAN DO THIS!!
We just need every woman in Australia to now know about this so please let your besties know below just how easy it is to Share the Dignity.