A better period for
your communities…

A better period for your communities.

A better period for your communities.

A better period for your communities.

A better period for your communities.

A better period for your communities.

A better period for your communities.

A better period for your communities.

A better period for your communities.

A better period for your communities.

A better period for your communities.

A better period for your communities.

A better period for your communities.

A better period for your communities.

A better period for your communities.

A better period for your communities.

Champion period equality in your community.

We’re good for communities.

We work collaboratively with a range of procurement authorities across the UK including national government, the NHS, county councils, district councils and parish councils to promote period equality, period product access and period education.

For sustainable and award-winning period products for your communities, contact Hey Girls. We can arrange delivery to specific buildings such as libraries, leisure centres or community centres or via our Home Packs.

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Need some extra help before you order? Contact Georgie from the Hey Girls team today

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FAQs

Why should we partner with Hey Girls?

Hey Girls is good for society as well as for nature. We offer sustainable and award-winning period products whilst also tackling period poverty. Also, we have experience working with a range of businesses across the UK, providing guidance on period dignity in the workplace.

Why have ‘girls’ in your name when not all people that menstruate identify as female?

Hey Girls was set up by Celia and her two daughters Bec and Kate after experiencing period poverty first hand themselves when Celia was a single mum. Celia used to always greet Kate and Bec by saying ‘hey girls!’ as a term of endearment. It was not intended to be exclusive.

We have been working behind the scenes to become more inclusive and have big plans to ensure we are supporting diversity and equality around period care and education.

We’ve changed our packaging to be more inclusive (removing images of girls from the boxes), widened the messaging to change to ‘people’ rather than ‘girls’ and ‘women’ from our resources and website.

We work very closely with The Diversity Trust and focus groups to create educational resources, lesson plans and campaigns to ensure LGBTQIA+, BME and disability communities are part of everything we do.

We also have extensive educational resources on www.myperiod.org.uk – a website designed to create awareness and education around periods, that has been designed as more of a gender neutral menstrual educational tool.

How do we incorporate reusables into our period dignity campaign?

We offer reusable pants, pads and period cups. When cared for, these can last between 5 and 10 years. Although a higher price point than the disposables, they are better for the environment and more sustainable for your staff. Imagine being able to hand your staff reusables and knowing they may not need to worry about buying disposable period products for 5-10 years? Magic.

Just need to talk to someone?

Email bdm@heygirls.co.uk