The Problem

“A period should end a sentence. A period should NOT end education”.

Our Founder, Ashley L. Eubanks an Educator expresses her true passion and plea to ensure all women, especially girls in schools have access to menstrual supplies.

If a female student is forced to miss school every time she has her period due to lack of period care supplies, she is set 145 days behind her fellow male students.

According to and the Always Confidence & Puberty Survey 143,000 girls in New York City alone have missed school because their family couldn’t afford period protection. The number is 88,000 girls in Los Angeles; 65,000 girls in Chicago; 57,000 girls in Atlanta; and 38,000 girls in Houston.

The Learning with Dignity bill will ensure that all students will have access to period care supplies during school hours. 

Nearly 1 in 5 American Girls Have Missed School Due to Lack of Period Protection.

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Our solution

How can you help?

Help Her, Learn is an initiative that installs free sanitary pad dispensers in Title I schools to make menstrual supplies accessible during school hours. With donated funds, The Beauty Initiative has been slated to donate ten dispensers by 2022. 

How can you help get to Learning with Dignity bill passed?

Read the bill contents here:

Contact your local legislators to share your support and why they should be supporting the Learning with Dignity bill click here:


Our Champions for Change Senator Lauren Book of Plantation who filed SB234 “Learning with Dignity”

“One in five girls have either left school early or missed school entirely because they did not have access to menstrual products,” says Senator Book, citing a recent survey. “Girls pay a price when these products aren’t free – and providing them will go a long way toward equity in education.” Senator Lauren Book

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State Representative Mike Greico of Miami Beach who filed HB 123 Feminine Hygiene Products in Public Schools

“Providing menstrual hygiene products in public school restrooms is long overdue,” Grieco said on Monday. “Research from the World Bank demonstrates that girls’ inability to manage their menstrual hygiene in school results in absenteeism, which in turn has severe economic costs on their lives. Stigma and a lack of access to feminine hygiene products negatively impacts teen girls who miss valuable class time—sometimes days—because the items they need are not readily available. Being an adolescent middle or high-schooler is hard enough without the fear and embarrassment of lacking proper care products during the school day because you cannot afford them. By providing free menstrual products in school bathrooms, we are removing barriers for some of our most vulnerable girls, helping them feel more confident and ensuring they spend more time in school.”

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