Women in Training Campaign
for #WITKITS® of Menstrual
& Hygiene Supplies
Women in Training, Inc. is a 501(c)3 tax-exempt organization. We completely depend on donations from individual donors, corporations & foundations to carry out our good works.
#WITKITS® provides to young women and non-binary youth the following items each month:
• Chlorine-free sanitary pads
• Unscented soap and loofahs
• Shampoo and hair conditioner
• Fuzzy Socks
• Aluminum-free deodorant
• Toothbrushes and toothpaste
• Journals and
• Beaded bracelets with empowering words
Photo by Jill Friedman
During this COVID-19 pandemic, it’s safer to shop online. Please order from Amazon using this link https://smile.amazon.com/ch/84-2297948 and .5 percent of your dollars spent will go to help Women In Training - WIT provide free period products to underserved girls and nonbinary youth.
Women in Training, Inc. is a 501(c)3 tax-exempt organization. We completely depend on donations from individual donors, corporations and foundations to carry out our good works.
Send a check or donations of sanitary pads and hygiene products to:
Women in Training, Inc.
P.O. Box 231394
Montgomery, AL 36123-1394
You can also send WIT funds via CashApp at $WomenInTraining
What a beautiful way to support menstrual equity! For a $25 donation, you can have a set of ten notecards, each decorated with a unique piece of original art
by Emily A. Parrish, along with envelopes, to support Women in Training.
A donation of $250:
provides one girl with a WITKIT® canvas bag stuffed with one month's supply of sanitary pads; a mask; bar of Dove unscented soap; a regular size bottle of shampoo and conditioner; a regular size bottle of lotion; a regular size bottle of deodorant; a regular size tube of toothpaste; an Oral B toothbrush; underwear and socks; a washcloth or loofah; a journal; and a personalized bracelet, PLUS one year's worth of monthly menstrual, hygiene, and dental supplies.
A $30 donation:
provides one girl with a sturdy WITKIT® canvas bag stuffed with a month's supply of sanitary pads; a mask; bar of Dove unscented soap; a regular size bottle of shampoo and conditioner; a regular size bottle of lotion; a regular size bottle of deodorant; a regular size tube of toothpaste; an Oral B toothbrush; underwear and socks; and a washcloth or loofah. The first WITKIT® includes a journal and a hand-made bracelet personalized with an empowering word, such as love, power, or beauty.
A $20 donation:
replenishes the WITKIT® canvas bag one month for one girl. She would receive a month's supply of sanitary pads; a mask; bar of Dove unscented soap; a regular size bottle of shampoo and conditioner; a regular size bottle of lotion; a regular size bottle of deodorant; a regular size tube of toothpaste; an Oral B toothbrush; underwear and socks; and a washcloth or loofah.
The Central Alabama Community Foundation and the River Region United Way has awarded Women in Training, Inc. with a $2,500 grant from the Community COVID-19 United Relief Fund. The grant will purchase monthly hygiene distribution to 100 homeless or transient girls.
Thirteen-year-old Evi from the Netherlands, along with her parents, garnered support from friends and businesses in their country to support Women in Training (WIT) by providing cash and donations of sanitary pads and other hygiene items to support poor girls and young women suffering from #periodpoverty. The supplies will be used during our #COVID10Relief efforts.
Thank you to Neolaia Skincare for making a generous donation to Women in Training. We appreciate your commitment to supporting our youth!
Mrs. Belinda Gaines from Mississippi is the newest angel to join the Women in Training (WIT) family of supporters. Mrs. Gaines shipped a large box full of menstrual hygiene products and underwear for WIT to distribute to underserved young women during #COVID19. Thank you, Mrs. Gaines! Pandemics don’t stop periods.
Thank you, Ms. Mackey, for listening to that still voice, and loving the many underserved girls in our community.
It’s natural for close friends and family members to support one’s cause; that’s just what we do. When a complete stranger lends a helping hand; however, it touches a special place in my heart. This lovely lady, Robin D. Mackey, reached out to us, and simply asked: “How can I help your girls further their mission?”
We told her about the special need during the #COVID19 quarantine to help homeless girls and young women, and those living in foster care facilities and public housing, with menstrual products and hygiene items. Guess what? Ms. Mackey was at our doorstep the following week with a box full of beautiful Melba Masks, lovingly made by Melba Richardson; packs of sanitary pads; and bottles of Dove unscented body wash. Not only that, she is garnering her friends to provide monetary and in-kind donations to Women In Training.
Thank you, Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc, for your generous contribution to Women in Training.
At the 2020 Delta Days at the Alabama State Capitol, Deltas from around the state came to Montgomery to advocate for legislation. They also made monetary and in-kind donations of menstrual hygiene products to support WIT's program to alleviate period poverty among girls and young women living in poverty. Special thanks to the brilliant Kynesha Brown, for spearheading the campaign. We received the funds just in time to support our COVID-19 relief efforts!
Prudential Spirit of Community Award has donated $1,000 to Brooke Bennett, co-founder of Women in Training (WIT) and the 2020 Prudential Alabama Middle School honoree.
Prudential will also present WIT with a check for $2,500 for our COVID-19 relief program
Thank you to our corporate and community partners who provide financial and/or in-kind support to help Women in Training (W.I.T.), Inc. provide the following services:
Present menstrual education programs conducted by Dr. LaToya Clark, obstetrician/gynecologist at Jackson Hospital
Print and donate A Young Woman’s Guide to the Menstrual Cycle©, written by Dr. LaToya Clark & Nyoka Samuels-Gilchrist, MSN, RN
Photo by Jill Friedman
Provide monthly donations of #WITKITS® -- canvas bags full of menstrual and hygiene products -- to at-risk girls, young women and non-binary youth.
Photo by Jill Friedman