Period Promise 2020

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Period Promise Campaign 2020

Nobody should have to pick between feeding their family and being able to afford basic hygiene products. But nearly 1 in 4 Canadian women have struggled to buy period products for themselves or their children.

Period Promise is a United Way Campaign to help vulnerable people live with the dignity we all deserve.

Join us between March 2 and 13th, 2020 by taking action and helping us provide period products to those in need throughout Kamloops.

How you can get involved:

  • Drop off a box of product – or maybe two to a participating organization (see list below) or at the Xchange – 286 Tranquille Road
  • Run a collection campaign with your coworkers, book club, classmates or friends.
  • Come celebrate on March 13th at the Xchange. From 8-12pm organizations will drop off their collected product; from 1-5pm – Pick up of product by non-profit and community organizations including ASK Wellness, YMCA-YWCA, Canadian Mental Health Association, Boys and Girls Club, Kamloops Immigrant Services, Interior Community Services and PIT Stop.

This is what Local Love looks like. 


 Participating organizations with collection boxes for products:

        • BCAA

        • Beta Sigma Phi

        • Canadian Western Bank

        • Tournament Capital Centre

        • Cummins

        • Domaine

        • Interior Savings Credit Union branches

        • KADREA

        • Kamloops Innovation Centre

        • Kamloops Physiotherapy

        • KPMG

        • Main Street Clothing

        • Noble Pig

        • Forno on 5th

        • North Shore Business Improvement Association

        • RBC Branches

        • RBC Dominion Securities

        • Sage Sport Institute

        • Sandman Signature Hotel

        • Savona Library

        • School District #73

        • Shoppers Drug Mart-and all 4 locations will match product!

        • Stantec

        • Steelworkers Local 7619

        • TRU Student Union

        • Unifor Local 10-B Women’s Committee

        • YMCA – downtown and John Tod locations