How We Help


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One in five Australians can't afford period products and are left making impossible choices month to month.

 Hey Girls exists with one key mission - to end period poverty!

At Hey Girls we believe that access to period products is a right, not a privilege. No one should have to choose between bleeding on their trousers or buying food!

Our unique 'buy one, donate one' business model allows customers to make a real impact by doing something as simple as buying quality and environmentally friendly period products. For every product purchased from us, we match it as a donation to someone who needs our support.

The donations go to Australian communities and organisations that help with domestic violence victims, women's refuges, homeless shelters, food banks and so many more.

We are a not-for-profit social enterprise so 100% of our profits go towards funding the fight against period poverty and offering a dignified period for everyone.

We believe everyone deserves a dignified period so we are on a mission to improve access to quality period products for everyone while increasing awareness and education of period health along the way.

People are using period products desperately, disregarding the health and safety instructions, because they don’t have enough products to get by.

Period poverty impacts more than your physical health, with pupils missing school and staff missing work; it has a knock on effect to mental health and education too.

Hey Girls is proud to be registered as a certified Social Trader. Our organisation has been recognised for making social and environmental impact.

Generating donations is at the heart of everything that we do and our focus is always on how we can end period poverty and educate on better period health for everyone.

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"Hey Girls does not fit the system and the system does not fit the world. Hey Girls is different by design. The world, as it is, isn't good enough and if we want it to change, we have to behave differently. We have to hold ourselves to a higher standard. We can't simply watch, we have to act."