Community Partner Stories
The Period Education Program works with a variety of community partners to spread menstrual health education– learn more about the groups we are collaborating with, how to become a partner and how we are having an impact together.
Director of Partnerships Celebrates Her First Year
This March marked one year since Maggie Hamberis, Director of Partnerships, joined the Period Education Project (PEP). Over the past year, PEP’s partnerships have grown significantly–adding 15 new medical school partners, hosting 32 PEP rallies, and deepening pre-existing relationships.
Paired missions: Empowerment through menstrual education and running
Period Pros table at Girls on the Run event in Orlando, Florida.
Inside the classroom: teachers share their stories from PEP Rallies
When asked about the best way to give back to the community, Elevate Orlando teacher and mentor Chevarlyn Corley has her answer ready: “sharing knowledge and wisdom with youth so that they can make...
Girls Inc. of Worcester
Healthy. Strong. Smart. Bold. + Educated. Girls Inc. of Worcester aims to empower young girls and teens with the resources and confidence to succeed. For over 100 years, since 1916, Girls Inc....
First Official P.E.P. Rally ????
The Girlology Foundation partnered with GirlUp Greenville to host its first official student-led P.E.P. Rally. Lead Period Pros, Shakti Naidoo and Davlyn Luke, who helped develop the program,...