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Period Packs

Menstrual hygiene products are necessities for females but are not available in many schools, shelters, and emerging communities to women and girls in need. The Period Project not only provides menstrual hygiene products to those in need they also educate communities on the global problem of lack of access to menstrual hygiene.

Volunteer Opportunities: 2 ways to participate


1. Assemble Packs (from your home)
Listed below are 3 types of Period Packs volunteers can assemble from home. Once you register to make the Period Packs you will receive more details on how to assemble the packs.

Women and Girls Living on the Street Pack
o Five to seven menstrual pads
o Five to seven tampons
o Seven liners
o Seven individually wrapped feminine hygiene wipes

Shelters, Refugee Centers, Free Medical Clinics and Similar Packs:
o Five menstrual pads
o Five tampons
o Five liners

School Packs:
o Seven menstrual pads
o Seven liners

2. Donate any of the items listed above without creating the individual packs.

How to Register & Deliver:
At least once a month Pebble Tossers will collect the Period Packs or individual items at our office space at Roam Dunwoody, 1155 Mount Vernon Hwy NE #800. If we don't have a date or time that is convenient for you email chynna@pebbletossers.org to set up another time.

Upcoming Dates:
Wednesday, October 19th, 11am - 1pm
Wednesday, November 16th, 11am - 1pm
Wednesday, December 21st, 11am - 1pm

Requirements: volunteers must record this project in their logbook, including the number of packs provided and a photo of the packs.

Thank you for supporting Pebble Tossers and The Period Project.


Contact Person: Volunteer Coordinator

Click here for details

Virtual Projects for CHOA

Throughout the years, Children's Healthcare of Atlanta (CHOA) has relied on families, individuals and groups for a variety of donations or planned activities for their patients and families. Since volunteers can't visit in person to host activities or provide meals for the families, CHOA is currently accepting Family Care/Laundry Kits for their Scottish Rite Location. This project is perfect for all ages and is a great family project. There is not a minimum number of kits required.

Family Care/Laundry Kits: Hospital visits are extremely challenging - especially in emergency situations.In these situations, both patients and caregivers should be able to focus on recovery. By creating family care and laundry kits we can help ease the burden of unexpected visits by providing them with necessary items that they will use throughout their visit. Click here for the How-To-Sheet.



Current Needs:


Scottish Rite: Family Care & Laundry Kits



Volunteer Opportunities: 2 ways to participate

1. Assemble Packs (from your home)

Listed above are the directions for the Family Care & Laundry Kits. Volunteers can assemble from home. Once you register to make the Family Care & Laundry Kits, you will receive more details on how to assemble the packs

2. Donate any of the items listed above without creating the individual packs.


How to Register & Deliver:

At least once a month Pebble Tossers will collect the Period Packs or individual items at our office space at Roam Dunwoody, 1155 Mount Vernon Hwy NE #800. If we don't have a date or time that is convenient for you, email chynna@pebbletossers.org to set up another time.

Upcoming Dates:

Wednesday, December 21st, 11am - 1pm

Wednesday, January 18th, 11am-1pm

Wednesdau, February 15th, 11am-1pm


Requirements: volunteers must record this project in their logbook, including the number of packs provided and a photo of the packs.

Thank you for supporting Pebble Tossers and CHOA Scottish Rite.


Contact Person: Volunteer Coordinator

Click here for details