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Supporting women experiencing homelessness by providing sanitary products, help and support.

The hope of the Melbourne Period Project is to provide care, support and sanitary products for homeless women.

3 months ago
Sunsuper

We are absolutely thrilled to finally be able to announce that The Plate Up Project was chosen as the winner of Sunsuper's Dreams For a Better World, round 2.

We want to thank each and every one of ... See more

Apply for your chance to win a Dreams for a Better World grant and help Aussies in need.

The National Homeless Collective "Plate Up Project" recently won a $10,000 grant to help women into jobs and ... See more

3 months ago

Rock Chicks really do Rock!

As a grassroots charity, Melbourne Period Project survives on the generous donations we receive from our supporters both locally and around the world.

These donations go ... See more

4 months ago

Melbourne - we need your help!

We have some AMAZING NEWS. Out of thousands of applications submitted to the Victorian Government's 'Pick My Project' Community grants initiative, ours was chosen as a ... See more

4 months ago
The One Question You Should Be Asking The Homeless

Thanks again to ten daily for interviewing us.

Have you ever felt like you didn't quite know how to help someone experiencing homelessness or what to say to them? This might help!

Another great ... See more

Stop feeling powerless. You have more agency than you think.

4 months ago
Photos from Melbourne Period Project's post

What a beautiful collaboration. We’ve been kinda dating Lentil As Anything for a while now but today we caught up and decided it’s time to take the relationship to the next level 💗 and we’ve ... See more

4 months ago

We love it when Councils get behind what we do. So it’s wonderful to share during National Homelessness Week that we’ve received a $9800 grant from the City of Port Philip to extend and continue ... See more

4 months ago
The Shocking Ways Homeless Women Deal With Their Period

We were proud to work with Alex and ten daily, along with Saskia and Gift Box Organic to shed more light on the suffering many people experiencing homelessness face when they're forced to manage ... See more

Instead of a tampon, imagine using paper towels -- or socks, toilet paper, leaves, or bark -- when you're bleeding from your vagina.

4 months ago

Interesting but not surprising #Notsofunfact
#Nationalhomelessnessweek2018

4 months ago

Not so #Funfact

4 months ago

Some key points from the National Homelessness Conference at the MCG today.

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