Volunteer Spotlight: Chad Humanitarian Response

April is National Volunteer (Appreciation) Month! Days for Girls is lucky to count 70,000 selfless, passionate volunteers on six continents as…

Episode 015: Fighting Period Poverty in Grand Rapids, Michigan with Christine Mwangi

Christine Mwangi is a social change agent, global citizen and founder of Be A Rose, Inc.: a nonprofit tackling period poverty…

Episode 012: “Chill Out & Stop Making This Weird: A Girl’s Survival Guide Extraordinaire” with Kelly Olson

Kelly Olson is a highly-acclaimed puberty book author and former sex ed teacher, with a passion for helping youth navigate coming-of-age…

California Makes Strides In The Fight Against Period Poverty

If California Assemblymember Cristina Garcia has her way, all menstruators in her state will soon have access to free period products.…

Episode 010: Global Health Research and Advocacy with Marni Sommer

Marni Sommer is a renowned researcher, professor and author in the menstrual health field. She specializes in puberty research and adolescent-focused…

Legacy Donor Spotlight: Alexa Renehan

Days for Girls International is blessed with many amazing donors, volunteers and supporters whose commitment to ending period poverty is unwavering.…

.ORG Impact Awards

DfG is excited to announce that we are a two-time winner at this year’s .ORG Impact Awards! It is an honor…

Global Washington Philanthropy Guide

Days for Girls is proud to be featured in Seattle Foundation and Global Philanthropy’s sixth-annual Global Philanthropy Guide! Each year, the…

Rally, Educate, Advocate

As Days For Girls’ U.S. Advocacy Volunteer Coordinator, I am passionate about lending my voice in the fight for menstrual equity.…

Days For Girls Diversity & Equity Commitment

At Days For Girls, we firmly believe that transformative change starts from within. In order to tear down systemic racism, we…