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Giving Hope and Help nonprofit hosting drive for feminine products for domestic violence victims

KANSAS CITY, Mo. — Giving Hope and Help is hosting a feminine hygiene product drive through a donation event this Saturday, Dec. 12, at Swope Park in Kansas City, Missouri.

Jessica McClellan is founder and president of Giving Hope and Help.

The nonprofit organization is asking women’s groups, families and individuals to donate new feminine napkins, tampons, and new teenage and women’s underwear, sizes 5 to 4X.

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MEETING COMMUNITY NEEDS AND MAKING A DIFFERENCE

We Care About Our Community

Giving Hope & Help is a 501c3 nonprofit organization that supports domestic violence survivors, provides essential resources to end period poverty, empowers college bound and non-traditional students and inspires cancer patients, lifting all those we serve to live their best life.

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Giving Hope & Help Cares

National Statistic: Every 9 seconds in the US a woman is assaulted or beaten.
Sanitary napkins and tampons are the two least donated items to places of refuge across the country.
We are striving to meet this need in the community and beyond.

Community and corporate partnerships are paramount for the success of the Giving Hope & Help Annual Feminine Hygiene Product Drives and year-round collection. We would be honored to have you and or your organization partner with us to help MAKE A DIFFERENCE for domestic violence survivors.