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SAPP donations are collected and used in our fight to end period poverty across the world. SAPP is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization (EIN: 851153557). All your donations are fully tax-deductible. Donate today.

Put Free, Accessible Menstrual Products in FUSD School Bathrooms

Period poverty, has been a highly pressing issue in our Fremont community, especially with the detrimental effects of the pandemic.

Fremont Unified School District is simply not doing enough about it. Let's ensure that ALL MENSTRUATORS within the Fremont Unified School District will never again have to worry about accessing menstrual products. 

And the power to end period poverty within FUSD starts with you. Start now. 


 Menstrual Hygiene Products Donation Drive

One of the many ways you can help out is by donating menstrual care products such as the ones given in the list below:

  • Tissues                  

  • Small water bottle

  • Baby Wipes

  • Socks/Gloves

  • Body Wash/Shampoo

  • Sunscreen

  • Bandaids

  • Towel

  • Packaged Tea Bags

  • Lotion

  • Comb/Brush

  • Hand Sanitizer

  • Masks

  • Chapstick

  • Mints/Cough Drops

  • Toothbrush/Toothpaste

  • Hand Warmers

  • Other toiletries


One of the most exciting ways to help menstruators is to write letters and to create care packages filled with menstrual products, with the benefit of earning tens of hundreds of service hours! After joining through the form below, remember to join our Classroom to get your care packages/letters approved and read our program guidelines!

Join our CAPP-IT Program


Donation Drive in partnership with Amazon 


You can support us by adding SAPP as your preferred charity on Amazon Smile. Every time you shop, 0.5% of your eligible purchases will be donated to us from Amazon. 


You can even contribute to our donation drive. Check out our wishlist on Amazon

Create Awareness

Period poverty remains a tabooed topic to talk about today, and surprisingly, despite being such an impactful issue, has not been given the attention it needs. It is up to us to make sure this changes. While it simply seems to concern women's hygiene, period poverty holds domino effects on women's and girls educations and health. This is an issue that hinders underprivileged females from living their lives without worry for when they will have to stay home next. Spread the word, and help end this problem for women and girls around the world. It all begins with you.