Inspiration on Sunday – The 16 Year Old Tackling Period Poverty

Imagine how tough your period is when you are living on the streets and can’t afford sanitary products? In 2017, Bimini, then aged just 15, set up Street Cramps, an organisation with one sole objective: to provide sanitary protection to women who are homeless. A couple of years on and Bimini juggles A–levels with fundraising, and Street Cramps is still going strong. The individuals she helps are in awe of her determination and big heart. YouTube

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Street Cramps
Having your period is bad enough at home but for Women who are on the streets and unable to afford essential sanitary products, they are forced to use anything they can find, street cramps provides women with monthly boxes which provides them with the dignity they deserve period.

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