Murray Region

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

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

5 months ago
Moxie

We're so crushing on Moxie right now! Tomorrow in celebration of International Menstrual Hygiene day, Moxie is donating box for box of everything sold for the entire day!

What you buy, we get too! ... See more

Heads up, Moxettes! In celebration of Menstrual Hygiene Day (Monday 28 May), Moxie will donate the same contents of every Moxie Box ordered on this day to our pals at Melbourne Period Project.

Yep, ... See more

5 months ago
National Homeless Collective

Sometimes you get so big you have to kinda start things all over again. We're pleased to announce our new hub for all of the projects we run. National Homeless Collective is the central point where ... See more

National Homeless Collective is a grassroots Australian charity that creates solutions to complex issues arising from homelessness, domestic violence, and social disadvantage.

Please check out some ... See more

6 months ago
Humans In Melbourne

In less than 24 hours, we've managed to hit our target!

All donations over and above our goal, will ensure regional areas are also taken care of.

"UPDATE!!!!
MISSION ACCOMPLISHED!!!!
We have now risen over $35,000!!!!
It took us less than 16 hours! So many wonderful messages have come through and so many amazing offers which I will fill you ... See more

6 months ago
Humans In Melbourne

You are warm... can you help ensure someone else is, too?

Follow the links. Someone out there, somewhere, will thank you for it.

"UPDATE!!!!
MISSION ACCOMPLISHED!!!!
We have now risen over $35,000!!!!
It took us less than 16 hours! So many wonderful messages have come through and so many amazing offers which I will fill you ... See more

6 months ago
Bill Shorten MP

YES! This completely unfair and unnecessary tax might finally be abolished. ...But they’re not “women’s sanitary products” they’re just “sanitary products” because trans men and ... See more

The tampon tax is an unfair tax on women. Getting rid of it is just common sense.

7 months ago
Melbourne Period Project

This is what your generous support allows us as a charity, to do.

Not only do we support those experiencing homelessness - we employ them also.

This is a bit long (as usual!), but we’d love you to read to the end.

Today we employed two new women to help us pack tampons at the warehouse. One of these ladies lives in a tent. Can you tell ... See more

7 months ago
Sleeping Bags For Homelessness

Our annual sleeping bag drive has begun over at Sleeping Bags For Homelessness (Formerly Blanket Melbourne) and with the coldest winter in decades about to hit we desperately need your help to get ... See more

Your sleeping bags are arriving and we're getting them straight out to those in need. With the coldest winter in decades about to hit here in Melbourne, we desperately need more sleeping bags than ... See more

7 months ago
How Australia's Foster Care System Is Forcing Teenagers Into Homelessness

Did you know that in Victoria we cut foster kids off when they turn 18? Within one year, many will end up homeless and unemployed.

Our founder, Donna spoke to The Home Stretch about why she believes ... See more

The US, UK, New Zealand and Canada have all extended the foster care age to 21. Why hasn't Australia figured it out?

7 months ago

A word from our founder, Donna:

MPP People, we need to start a conversation that doesn't stop until we've actually started to make a change. Facebook algorithms these days mean that most of you ... See more

9 months ago
Echuca Neighbourhood House

Echuca Neighbourhood House is looking for volunteers to help them continue their fantastic work in Echuca, Victoria.

ENH IS LOOKING FOR INTERESTED PEOPLE TO HELP OUT AT THE HOUSE... DETAILS ARE IN THE IMAGE!

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