Remember your very first period?
Chances are you felt a little scared and embarrassed, even though you knew what was happening.
Now imagine what that experience would’ve been like if you didn’t know what to expect. If no one had ever told you what happens when you get your period.
Social taboos and lack of sexual health education in some developing countries means that this is something millions of young girls are experiencing right now.
There are countless girls and women who still don’t have access to safe, effective menstrual products. Instead, they resort to using rags, paper and other unsafe materials.
But you can help change that.
Giving girls access to a product that helps them have 10 years of worry-free, safe periods as well as the information they need to make healthy decisions for their bodies is an important stepping stone to a brighter future.
Champions of Menstruation
Together with our partners, trainers and customers, we’ve been able to help 24,000 women and girls become Champions of Menstruation.
At Ruby Cup we believe that knowledge is power. And for girls to get access to sound information and a tool to help them manage their menstruation helps eliminate at least one of the obstacles girls living in informal settlements face. Help them thrive in their community and live a life where periods don’t hold them back!
Our partners report back that 80-96% of girls who have received a Ruby Cup will continue to use it. Some of them even share what it means to them with thank you notes to our Ruby Cup Trainers.
If you’d like to become part of the Ruby Cup revolution, make the change to menstrual cups and Buy One, Give One now.
At Ruby Cup we value accountability and transparency. That’s why in our annual impact reports we share yearly summaries of the social and environmental impact you helped create.
Try Ruby Cup with no strings attached
Every Ruby Cup comes with a life-changing Buy One, Give One cup donation and a 100% Money Back Guarantee. Switch size or get a full refund within 120 days, no questions asked.