Due to collaborative campaigning and our hard work on the ground, galvanizing the most incredible people to join us in our fight for menstrual equality, the government in England have followed in the Welsh and Scottish government’s footsteps and will provide, from January 2020, menstrual products in all schools and colleges across the country. Our projects in Great Britain have now closed to allow the scheme to work in the best possible way and we will be monitoring the scheme closely.
It has truly been an honour to work with the thousands of schools and students we have supported and we take a huge amount of inspiration from the relentless hard work and passion that teaching and non-teaching staff put into enriching young people’s lives. They are the heroes of our society.
We are still very much open for all of our many overseas projects and if you would like to set one up outside of England, Wales and Scotland, please email us: .
A huge thank you to everyone for your continued love and support. Together we have made a difference.
What a journey!
January 2020 – Government Scheme to Provide Free Menstrual Products Will Take Effect
Following the most recent roundtable discussion, in which we were in attendance at the Department for Education, we wanted to update you all on the future of the Red Box Project – please see below for details.
More information about the English Government’s Scheme, which launched in January 2020, can be found on our page here
Thank you for your continuing support.
We are still very much open for all of our many overseas projects and if you would like to know if we can support your educational setting, outside of England, Wales and Scotland, please email us: . If we do not have a project based where you then we would love to work with you to set up in the educational setting you are based in, perhaps run by the students. We have lots of resources which can be translated into a range of languages and together we can hep to open up conversations around periods and the issues we are working so hard to tackle.