We may have lost a dear friend and mentor, but I’m sure Sandra Millar will agree that we should NEVER let her dream die. Let us keep on supporting Dignity Dreams and help those girls who are still shunned from society because it’s ‘their time of the month’.
We talk about empowering women, this is the first step, showing our new generation there is NO SHAME IN MENSTRUATION.
Did you know that many girls still use paper towels, many stay home from school and lose precious education, because of something that happens naturally to every woman? Many girls are ashamed of the fact that they are having their period (I was one of them). There is NO NEED for that to happen anymore and, with the prices of sanitary napkins these days, these girls have to make do with what they have. Sandra and her team solved that problem with reusable sanitary napkins and education on the matter.
You can make a difference TODAY. Donate online (click here) or get in touch with the offices at Dignity Dreams if you would like to contribute to this cause. Alternatively, get in touch with me via e-mail here and I’ll help you to show girls that having your period is NOT a shame, you need not be ‘marked’ as impure, it is just part of a natural process and something they cannot control.
The courageous Sehera, Sweet 16 summit is climbing Kilimanjaro to raise funds for Dignity Dreams. All funds raised will be used for our washable sanitary packs and #NoShame Booklet.
Donate TODAY – use the Zappa Code on the image or contact Dignity Dreams on www.dignitydreams.com and support her in her efforts to raise awareness.
Please note that the account details for Dignity Dreams have changed (see image below).
Always in memory of our dear Sandra Millar….this ship will keep on sailing.
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