Every28Days brings feminine hygiene products to the homeless

 Lisa Goodrich (left) gathered with a group of community supporters at Mill Creek Pub, one of the official drop sites for donated product and one of the two places holding a Period Party of Feb. 28. Viki Eierdam 

Lisa Goodrich (left) gathered with a group of community supporters at Mill Creek Pub, one of the official drop sites for donated product and one of the two places holding a Period Party of Feb. 28. Viki Eierdam 

Every area of a person’s life is affected by homelessness and, while communities are sensitive to the obvious needs of those struggling on the streets, there is one everyday item that is under donated and leading to serious health concerns for women.

As costly as feminine hygiene products are, they become an outright luxury for young girls and women living on the street (Read more in The Reflector).