when you buy any pack of Always Ultra
ACTION IS NEEDED TO #ENDPERIODPOVERTY
Thousands of girls have missed school in the past year because they couldn’t afford sanitary products, it was revealed recently.
The shock findings emerged in a report of 500 girls aged 10 to 18, which shows seven per cent have been forced to skip school during their ‘time of the month.’*
Of these girls, the average has missed five days of school during the last year – which made them feel embarrassed and ashamed.
However it is easy to get involved and help keep girls in school just by doing your weekly shop and purchasing any Always Ultra product. For every pack bought between now and September 16th, Always will donate a pad to a schoolgirl in need.
Join Always and help #EndPeriodPoverty.
About the campaign
Always wants to ensure every girl has the sanitary protection she needs to stay in school and stay confident. Which is why Always launched its #EndPeriodPoverty campaign in Spring 2018 to help keep UK girls in school during their Period.
Since then, Always has donated over 5 million pads to school girls suffering from period poverty but more needs to be done.
Always is launching a second wave of its campaign to donate a further 5 million pads. For every pack of Always Ultra purchased from now until the 16th of September, Always will donate a pad to a schoolgirl in need to help end period poverty.
Keep a girl in school with Always
It’s easy to get involved and help to keep girls in school simply by doing your weekly shop and purchasing any Always Ultra product. For every pack of Always Ultra purchased, Always will donate product to help end period poverty and keep girls in school across the UK.** Help #EndPeriodPoverty when you buy any pack of Always Ultra.
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*500 parents of 10-18 year old daughters who have started their period. P&G Always research study, 15/02/2018 to 23/02/2018.
**Always will donate one sanitary product to UK schoolgirls for every purchase of Always Ultra between 15/03/2018 to 08/05/2018.