DfG Chapters, Teams and Clubs work to end the stigma associated with menstruation. Their efforts include fundraising, sewing and donating DfG Kits to specific countries, elevating the efforts of locally run social enterprises, increasing access to menstrual health education, awareness raising, and advocacy.
Keep reading to find out more!
Team registration is open in Australia, Canada, New Zealand, the Oceania region, and the UK. Team registration in the USA is temporarily unavailable in 2023. Club registration is currently unavailable. If Club or Team registration is not available for your country, we’d love to have you join us as an advocacy volunteer! Click here to learn more about our advocacy efforts.
In addition to activities like advocacy and fundraising many DfG Chapters and Teams choose to lead sewing DfG Kit activities. Clubs do not sew DfG Kits independently.
Clubs that wish to be involved in DfG Kit productions (be it sewing or packing) can get connected with an existing DfG Team and participate in their Kit production and packing effort.
Team Leaders must be over 18 years old and generally remain from year to year. DfG Team members can be any age, everyone has important skills to contribute! Club members and student leadership may come and go each year.
Teams have the opportunity to progress to being a Chapter if that is their goal, after meeting certain benchmarks.
Advocate for menstrual health as a pathway to improved health, education, and livelihood
Sew DfG Kits using DfG’s patented trademarked patterns and have support from our international sewing specialist team
Increase access to menstrual health products for those hardest to reach by sewing and donating high quality DfG Kits to women and girls in specific countries (see the DfG Impact Zones below).
Support local leaders and Enterprises in their own communities
Host events, fundraise, and rally to support awareness of Days for Girls
Have the opportunity to contribute to our international network of champions and advocates committed to positively influencing menstrual health internationally
Can purchase wholesale resources through an exclusive area of our resource shop
Reporting Team production and activities to Days for Girls International regularly
Management and timely responses using a DfG Team email account
Ensure their Team follows Days for Girls quality guidelines and adheres to the latest patterns
Stay up to date on all DfG policies and processes and ensure your Team is in compliance
Once you’re ready to start your DfG Team, click the link below to begin our five step registration and training process for Teams. If you’re under 18 years old, make sure to find an adult and fill this out together.