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.

Join the campaign for dignity

Donate Tampons to a Women's Charity

Dignity – “It’s in the Bag”

Give a handbag full of personal hygiene products to a homeless woman in need this Christmas.


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Show your support while you are on the go. $11.95 per pair
or free with any handbag purchase.

share the dignity period pack donation

Donate Pads and Tampons

A box for me a box for her – It’s easy to donate while you shop.

#endperiodpoverty my cause banner

On March 8 for 24 HOURS ONLY we aim to #EndPeriodPoverty.

On International Women’s Day 2019 our latest initiative ‘Every Girl Deserves an Education’, aims to raise $100,000 to purchase and install 10 new #pinkbox Dignity Vending Machines into schools in low socio-economic areas across Australia.

We were shocked to hear that about 27% of Australian girls have had to miss school because of period poverty, with some of those girls missing up to 4 days a month! So, we are asking for your help to ensure that all girls can go to school without fearing shame and embarrassment.

Education is a right, not a privilege, and so is access to sanitary items when you need them!

By donating to #endperiodpoverty, you will be helping disadvantaged school girls, by providing them with the dignity and sanitation they deserve.

The funds raised will go directly to both purchasing, stocking and implementing each of the free vending machines into schools across Australia.

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Share the Dignity in Townsville

IT’S IN THE BAG: Townsville locals are being asked to dig deep and help support homeless women and girls in

Brisbane Times

Stories of women and young girls using socks, wads of toilet paper or rags from the garage as sanitary items

Channel 10 Perth news – It’s In The Bag 2018

Thank you to Channel 10 Perth news for sharing our story and encouraging everyday Australians to help us to Share