Provide Feminine Hygiene Products to GA Schools!

The Posh Pack initiative was created out of a need to provide middle and high school young women with feminine hygiene products, so they can truly focus on learning and educating themselves. The hope is to empower these young women to take full advantage of educational opportunities without worry about access to feminine hygiene products. These products are not luxury items and without them serve as a major distraction impacting quality of life for young women.

The founder and creator of Posh Pack is Dr. Elesia Glover. She currently resides in the Metro-Atlanta area and works as public policy manager. Dr. Elesia Glover spent much of 2018 thinking about "period poverty" and the lack of access for socioeconomically challenged parents who couldn't provide feminine hygiene products for their daughters. She thought about all the girls who face insecurities while in school because they lack access to feminine hygiene products. As a result, she officially kicked off Posh Pack in 2019!

Posh Pack is more determined than ever to be a light within this issue and bring awareness to it. Dr. Glover plans to take a multifaceted approach focused on collecting and donating Posh Packs to local schools, but also working with local, state, and federal elected officials to bring more attention to this issue and increase the number of feminine hygiene products available to students.

Posh Pack is working directly with middle and high school administration in Georgia to include nurses, social workers, counselors, teachers, and principals. With the donations collected here Posh Pack will provide pads and feminine hygiene information for middle and high school girls in Georgia! 

Did you know the most recent Always Confidence & Puberty Survey reveals that nearly one in five American girls have either left school early or missed school entirely because they did not have access to period products? While lack of access to period products is typically associated with girls in other countries, period poverty isn’t just someone else’s problem. It’s happening right here in Georgia.

Please support the Posh Pack initiative to provide Georgia schools with feminine hygiene products! While we work with local elected officials to increase access to feminine hygiene in schools we are asking for donations to provide school nurses across Georgia with "Posh Packs!" Posh Packs are discreet pink bags with feminine hygiene products and information on feminine hygiene health! 

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Elesia Glover 
Smyrna, GA
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