we’re the multi-award-winning period product social enterprise of the year
our mission is to eradicate period poverty in the UK, improve access to quality products & increase education around period health to eliminate shame and stigma.
with our buy one, donate one business model we’ve donated
period products to people in need, and counting (as at July 2023)
sustainable change starts with quality products…
Whether your Hey Girls product is purchased or donated, we only provide quality, sustainable products for our customers.
We use natural materials without any hidden nasties like chlorine or toxins and our plant-based ingredients are responsibly sourced and renewable.
Our plant-based disposable products are made from 100% certified organic cotton, bamboo and corn starch.
Our award-winning reusable range of pads, pants and cups, last between 5-10 years, saving tonnes of waste heading into landfill.
With eco wash bags made from ocean-bound plastic bottles and a zero waste cardboard sleeve, it’s no wonder we’re the first social enterprise to be recognised for an award at COP26 as the ‘Heroes of Net Zero’.
we are proud to be female lead and the only company to match our product sales exactly as donations – when you buy one, we donate one…
We believe access to period products and education is a right, not a privilege which is why we work closely with businesses, government and industry leaders as well as community partners to encourage real social change and end period poverty.
As a Community Interest Company and Scottish supported business, we bring social value to all of our partners.
want our products in your washrooms?
join the likes of Heathrow Airport and the NHS to get free period products for your staff, students and community…
Say hey to our team for sector price lists or shop now for online customers
don’t just take our word for it…
Louise Martin Theyers, Inverness College
“We have been wanting to switch our period products to something more environmentally friendly for some time and Hey Girls are the perfect fit, not only offering 100% biodegradable or recyclable options but also providing an online resource, making it easy for our students to access these products for free.”
Andrew Coventry, Lyreco
“It’s been great partnering with Hey Girls to deliver period products to our business customers. Period poverty is a really important issue and we’re really excited to get behind it in support of Hey Girls and the great work they are doing.”
John Dickinson, Raytheon UK
“We’re delighted to be partnering with Hey Girls to provide free period products across all of our Raytheon UK sites and support our local charity partners. The work that Hey Girls do is fundamentally important to building a more equitable society and we’re extremely proud to play our small part in this journey.”
Wendy Avinou, Edinburgh Leisure
“We’re delighted to be partners with Hey Girls. We stock quality period products from Hey Girls in our venues to everyone who needs them. Edinburgh Leisure is a charity on a mission to help people lead healthier, happier, more active lives and anything we can do to eradicate people’s barriers to this.”
Aasiyah Patankar, Queen Margaret’s University
“There are lots of myths and taboos that surround periods and our partnership with Hey Girls aims to break these down. We love Hey Girls, not just for their eco-conscious period products, but also for their social good. They are the perfect partner for this project.”