2021 Reign On Mays H.S.Cluster Drive
"Every woman is a Queen and deserves to Reign!"
"Help Us Raise $15,000 to Fight Period Poverty & Supply 2,500 Packs of Reign Pads to Support the Mays High School Cluster in Atlanta, GA!"
"The government provides homeless
shelters with condoms for men but not
'sanitary napkins' for girls in school."
'Period Poverty' is real and
WE NEED YOUR HELP!
Reign Premium Sanitary Napkins
The PAD BOYS Last Out-of-State Drive Delivery During the Pandemic to the
New Orleans Women & Childrens Shelter:
Jewel Sanitary Napkins, LLC National Accreditations
Reign and Reign Ambassadors Congratulations
for Pandemic "Pad-A-Thon" Donations
2021 Reign On Mays H.S. Cluster Drive
Benjamin E. Mays High School * Jean Childs Young Middle School
Beecher Hills Elementary School * L.P. Miles Elementary School * Cascade Elementary School
Peyton Forest Elementary School * West Manor Elementary School
MAKING YOUR DONATION
PAD BOYS FOR LIFE is hosting the "2021 Reign on Mays H.S. Cluster Drive" to provide sanitary napkins for our menstruating girls attending schools that are a part of the Atlanta Public Schools cluster school initiative and identified within the cluster of Benjamin E. Mays High School for the upcoming 2021/2022 school year.
Our goal in this project is to reduce school absences due to the lack of period supplies and the high cost of obtaining them.
An often-ignored public health crisis, nearly one in five girls miss school for lack of period supplies. We as alumni of B.E. Mays High School, Clarence L. Thomas III class of 89, and Joseph D. Smith class of 90, are working together to deliver 2,500-packs of Reign Premium Sanitary Napkins to Benjamin E. Mays H.S. Cluster of schools which is comprised of Benjamin E. Mays High School, Jean Childs Young Middle School, Beecher Hills Elementary School, L.P. Miles Elementary School, Cascade Elementary School, Peyton Forest Elementary School, and West Manor Elementary School.
"With your help, we can do it!"
Students will be able to pick up free period supplies from the school nurse office at their school.
Period poverty is a term that refers to inaccessibility to menstrual sanitary products due to financial barriers. It is estimated that the total cost of feminine health products over a lifetime is about $18,000. In addition, these items are often subject to sales tax despite being a medical necessity, and government programs for low-income families like WIC and SNAP do not cover the high expense of feminine hygiene products.
Low-income families are challenged to choose between food, bills, and health products. With the lack of attention and provisions for menstrual management, many girls are unnecessarily missing school.
We look forward to policies that remove the financial burden of these medically necessary items. Until then and as students are coming back to in-person school, We're so excited to support the girls in our Mays Cluster. Our girls need us to help and support. Donate what your heart tells you. No amount is too big or too small.
Giving your best donation today will enable us to reach our goal and to give our Mays Cluster girls "The Reign Experience" with Reign Premium Sanitary Napkins, the most comfortable sanitary napkins on the market today!
*Also for individual, business, and organization contributors, we have three gifting levels:
PLATINUM JEWEL PROTECTOR
$300-$499 (provides 50-83 packs)
RUBY JEWEL PROTECTOR
$500-$999 (provides 83-166 packs)
DIAMOND JEWEL PROTECTOR
$1,000+ (Provides 167+ packs)
Please make a pledge below and/or send your best donation to help us on this site via the PayPal Donate link below:
Ways to Donate
(Please add the note: "Mays Drive" to either donation method)
Thank you for your donation to help PAD BOYS FOR LIFE make an impact on our girls in the Mays High School Cluster. Why? Because every girl deserves to be dry and comfortable during their flow!