Goods for Girls

March 8, 2008 at 10:37 pm 5 comments

Goods for Girls
Ok, now that all this Carnival craziness is over, let me explain to you what is this Goods for Girls thing on my sidebar in honor of International Women’s Day.


Her Crunchiness, never one to miss an opportunity to get involved in other people’s menstrual business, started this project to help girls in Africa who have to miss school because of their periods:


“Goods 4 Girls was started to help young women gain access to better menstrual products. Our goal is to help these girls live their lives and go to school without fear that what they are using during their period will fail”


In all her crunchy glory, this chick manages to help girls in need and stick it to the man, in this case, Procter & Gamble. Yes, because P&G has been quick to jump into the charity business of creating new markets for their plastic shite tampons and pads.

Hence you are kindly requested to donate new (duh!) reusable pads for this project, either by making them yourself or buying them online. And please consider donating waterproof carrying bags, because I would expect there might be a shortage of them. Oh, and to save you the trouble, I already determined that the cheapest pads are here (3$).

So happy Women’s Day! Now get!

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5 Comments Add your own

  • 1. polythenepam  |  March 16, 2009 at 10:54 am

    Hooray for this post

  • 2. polythenepam  |  March 16, 2009 at 11:13 am

    but I cant access the goods for girls – can you help???

  • 3. Alina  |  March 17, 2009 at 4:30 pm

    poly, this is an old post and unfortunately Crunchy Chicken, who ran Goods for Girls has decided to shut down the project and the website. There was talk of other people taking over the project but I don’t know how it worked out. Perhaps you can contact Crunchy herself and ask about it.

  • 4. polythenepam  |  March 19, 2009 at 2:32 pm

    aw thats a shame – i finally found the sewing machine. I will try crunchy herself ; in the mean time I have linked your blog in my web links cos I like how you are doing what you are doing – have fun xpam

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