The Monthlies Project

The Monthlies Project is a community initiative providing menstrual health products to school-aged students and bringing awareness to the issue of period poverty and the educational inequity it creates.

The Monthlies Fund within the Women’s Fund for the Fox Valley Region, will be a resource to schools and community programs in the Fox Valley to access menstrual health products. Schools and programs can apply for menstrual health products using the link below.

The Monthlies Project, An Event, Period 2023 – Women’s Fund for the Fox Valley Region

Join us to bring awareness to the issue of period poverty!

We’re excited to bring you the 2nd annual An Event, Period. to benefit The Monthlies Project, which funds a growing need to distribute period products to schools and organizations that serve young menstruators. We’ve planned an evening of gut-busting comedy, hors d’oeuvres by the creative culinary team at Osorio’s Latin Fusion, reimagined craft cocktails and mocktails, and unapologetic empowerment!

This year’s entertainment will feature Appleton’s very own Tracy Schroeder, who has endeared herself to audiences with her subtle yet adorable Wisconsin accent, giving the illusion of a safe, middle of the road, ho-hum comic. But don’t be fooled by her innocent look and casual demeanor… this lady is a shark attack of sarcasm!


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To learn more about this initiative and how to get involved go The Monthlies Project website.
If you would like to make a financial donation to support The Monthlies Project you can click here to give online. Be sure to choose The Monthlies Project Fund. For other ways to make a financial gift go to our donation page.
If you would like to apply for product at your school or organization, click here for online application.
For organizations receiving product, you will be asked to sign a Feeding America Eastern Wisconsin Special Programs Agreement, a copy can be found here: Special Programs Host Site Agreement





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