Help A Girl Out
Who We Are
Help A Girl Out is a Canadian based not-for-profit organization that aims to reduce period poverty, eliminate the shame attached to menstruation, build self-esteem and reinforce gender equality.
We create and distribute care packages with feminine hygiene and sanitary products to underprivileged females in the GTA and in developing countries around the world. We host events and workshops that aim to educate and empower individuals in society.
Ways you can get involved in 2021
Period Product Support Program
We’re in the process of eradicating period poverty among Canadians starting with low-income youths, homeless and new immigrants who are most at risk!
We’d love to hear from you. How has lack of access to menstrual products held you back? How did this program impact your life?
Host a Donation drive
Help us to collect our
Encourage donations from your; family, friends, co-workers,
neighbours, social media followers, strangers, etc.
Arrange contact-less product drop-offs to your home.
Let them know its on behalf of HAGO - let them know who we are
and what we do - they can learn more about us on Social Media.
We accept; All hygiene products, All menstrual products
We do not accept: Makeup, Clothing, open sanitary packages
Drop off products to our main location in Brampton
Host a Family Packing party
Gather products from a donation drive or your local store.
Pack menstrual kits with your family.
This is a great way to bond and it allows for an intimate setting & a safe space to start conversations about menstruation!
Pick up from us;
HAGO bags, stickers, flyers for care packages
Choose to either:
Drop off packed kits / products in Brampton
OR arrange for us to contact & drop off to a
recipient location near you.
Help us sew Reusable pads!
We are recruiting volunteers to help us sew 5,000 reusable sanitary napkins for an upcoming initiative.
Our aim is to recruit ~100 volunteer sewers
If each person sews 50 pads = 5,000 pads
All Materials will be provided along with a Video tutorial, fabric & accessories, however we will not provide the sewing machines.
We are hoping to start sewing in May 2021.
Please reach out to sewers in your family and community to help us achieve our goal.
This initiative will end period poverty for up to 1,000 at risk individuals across Canada.