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Help Spokane County Teen Leaders

Posted by webadmin | May 31, 2022

Please Help Spokane County Teen Leaders be Change Agents:


Project: Teens Leading Change Period Care Kit for our Homeless population

Mission: Menstruation should never disrupt one’s day, limit opportunities, or cause panic.


100% of homeless people have little to no access to hygiene products. Spokane County 4-H Teen Leaders involved in Youth Advocates for Health (YA4-H!) are leading the way to change. These teens have raised money through participating in a National 4-H Walk-a-Thon and applying for a $1000 grant they hope to receive. But, they still need your help. If you have any of these supplies, would you please consider donating to a good cause:

  • Tampons, pads or panty liners (various sizes)
  • Baby Wipes
  • Extra underwear (different sizes for each bag/panty or boxers)
  •  A mild pain reliever (Midol or ibuprofen) individually packaged
  • Plastic ziplock bags to put stained underwear
  • Tide pens
  •  Chocolate, hard candy or gum (Ex. Jolly Rancher) individually packaged

Drop off box at the 4-H Office,  222. N Havana St.