Join Lanlan Xu in helping the Howard County Commission for Women collect feminine hygiene products, as well as monetary donations for Howard County Community Action Council Food Bank and Grassroots Crisis Intervention Center.
Did you know…
Low income and in crisis women and girls may not have access to feminine hygiene products?
The Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP), formerly known as Food stamps, DOES NOT cover feminine hygiene products?
The Howard County Food Bank served 27,000 people in 2016 (mostly women and children)?
In 2016, there were 15,869 people in poverty in Howard County, and over 60% are women?
Buy or collect feminine hygiene products (tampons, sanitary napkins/pads, panty liners) and place them in the box in the employee lounge on the 3rd floor in the Columbia Office.
Make a donation at whatever level you are comfortable.