The Body Shop X Wā Collective
Oh yes, it is time to ovaryact. Something bloody good is here
The Body Shop and Wā Collective have synced up to get ethically made Wā menstrual cups to people who need them.
PERIODS ARE NORMAL. SOCIETY IS STRANGE.
Our planet can’t afford how we manage periods
Sure, sometimes periods hurt. Sometimes they make us feel rubbish. But that shouldn’t stop us talking about them. In fact, periods are sacred and there are reasons that we should.
How you can support us:
Where is my donation going?
Every Wā Cup sold subsidises one for someone else in NZ. Tino Pai! Awesome! On top of this, donations from this campaign will provide free Wā Cups to students and families throughout Aotearoa. All Wā Cups are distributed with education.
Here’s where your donation goes, with many more places to be announced:
Tolaga Bay Area School Ngata College
TKKM o te Waiū o Ngati Porou
Te waha o Rerekohu
Kawakawa mai Tawhiti
Havelock High School
Wellington Women’s Health Collective - Wāhine Ora Te Waimāpihi
Home and Family Christchurch
Palmerston North Womens’ Health Collective - Te Hā o Hine-ahu-one
Have or are part of a school or community group that could benefit from this campaign? Flow us an email firstname.lastname@example.org and we will be in touch. We are growing our impact with you all, for you all.
Thank you so much for donating more Wā cups to us. I wish you could see the astonishment and gratitude we witness each time a person walks away with one.
Genevieve and Robyn - Wellington Women’s Health Collective