This charity has been recently registered - it does not need to update its information until 10 months after its first financial period ends
Activities - how the charity spends its money
Recognising the trauma and anxiety caused by not having access to essential menstrual products, we work to create a menstrually equitable society by providing asylum seekers, refugees and those in poverty and otherwise displaced people and their dependents with unrestricted access to high quality, free period supplies of their choice, accompanied by menstrual and female health education.
Income and expenditure
Data for financial year ending
31 December 2020
Total income: £480,002
Total expenditure: £452,242
Total income includes £7,298 from 3 government grant(s)
Employees with total benefits over £60,000
No employees have total benefits over £60k for this charity
This charity raises funds from the public but does not work with professional fundraisers or commercial participators.
This charity does not have any trading subsidiaries.
No trustees receive any remuneration, payments or benefits from the charity.