Amaze - Amaze is a site that focuses on puberty education in a fun, open, and positive way. They have great informational videos, some of which we link to on our site.
Childline UK - Childline UK is an interactive puberty and developmental education site. Their website and online advice center for kids covers a wide-range of topics: everything from puberty to friendship, mental health, gender identity, and more. It also includes a bunch of quality videos, interesting articles, extensive Q&As, and fun games.
Plan International - This organization advocates for children’s rights, and in the next 5 years, Plan International wants to transform the lives of 100 million girls by advancing the fight towards gender equality.
The Pad Project - The Pad Project is a fantastic youth-driven community of students and educators who work to end Period Poverty through education and advocacy. They donate period pad making machines, implement washable pad programs, and lead menstrual hygiene management workshops. They have also launched 'The Pad Project’s Ambassador Program,' which is designed to unite menstrual equity activists around the world!
PERIOD - We are very proud to work with PERIOD, a global nonprofit that fights to end Period Poverty and stigma through service, education, and advocacy. PERIOD has supported our mission and provided us with period products, which we have distributed to NYC girls in need through our Period Pouch initiative.
Period Positive - This organization works to educate people and destigmatize conversations about menstruation.
Thinx - Thinx makes washable/reusable period underwear (which can hold up to 4 tampons worth of menstrual blood), and advocates for equal access to period education, even providing their own medically-accurate curriculum. They commissioned the State of the Period study, which helped address the widespread impact of Period Poverty in the US.