Empowering Change: Femly's Journey with St. Johns University Law School
In a significant stride towards promoting period equity and accessibility, Femly is thrilled to announce our partnership with St. Johns University Law School. This collaboration marks a pivotal moment, as St. Johns becomes one of the pioneering educational institutions to adopt Femly’s innovative Ecolite & EcoBox dispensers. This initiative is more than just a transaction; it's a testament to our shared commitment to inclusivity and student welfare.
The Heart of the Partnership
At Femly, our mission has always been to make organic feminine care accessible in public spaces. Partnering with St. Johns University Law School aligns perfectly with this vision. The installation of our Ecolite & EcoBox dispensers in their restrooms is a bold step towards tackling period poverty and ensuring that no student's education is interrupted due to a lack of access to feminine care products.
Impact on Students
The presence of Femly’s dispensers on campus is a game-changer for students. It eliminates the stress and inconvenience that comes with menstrual emergencies. This initiative ensures that students can focus on what truly matters - their education and personal development, without the worry of menstrual care accessibility. It's about providing dignity, comfort, and a sense of security to every student who walks through the university’s doors.
What This Means for Femly
This partnership is a significant milestone for Femly. It's a validation of our efforts and a clear indication that institutions are recognizing the importance of period equity. Working with St. Johns University Law School not only broadens our reach but also strengthens our resolve to continue our work, pushing boundaries, and breaking stigmas associated with menstrual health.
The Bigger Picture: Period Equity
Period equity is more than just access to menstrual products; it's about creating an environment where menstrual health is not a barrier to anyone’s education or lifestyle. By ensuring that students at St. Johns University Law School have access to organic, high-quality menstrual products, we are taking a stand against period poverty and contributing to a more equitable society.
A Call to Action
We at Femly are excited about this partnership and are eager to bring similar changes to other institutions and organizations. If you are part of an organization that believes in making a difference and promoting period equity, we would love to hear from you. Our team is dedicated to providing tailored solutions that meet your specific needs. Contact our sales team today to learn how we can work together to make menstrual care accessible to all. Let’s join hands in creating a more inclusive and empathetic world.
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