Our current donations are at $15. We have expanded our marketing strategy, linked to all our social media accounts, as well as by word of mouth. We have recently hosted a pop-up market stand at the Rosebank Sunday Market in Johannesburg, in order to increase our exposure and provide information for this campaign.
We have partnered with manufacturers of menstrual cups and reusable sanitary pads, and we will be following their distribution models in order to have the best impact on the communities in need.
Thank you to our donors for your support, and we appreciate you sharing this information with your contacts.
Sep 17, 2020
Project Termination - Reallocation of Funds
By Andrea Penfold - Project Leader
As per our recent report, due to a lack of funds we are terminating Project #42388 in order to focus on our new and current project #45886 which will assist in providing menstrual products, education and training to female South Africans in rural areas.
Since there were not enough funds raised to go ahead with the 'Peleboxes' iniative we have chosen to reallocate the funds to the new project.
Should any donors be interested in the new project we encourage you to visit the page at:
For any further information please do not hesitate to contact us - our website is www.chaps.org.za or you can send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org
We thank you for your support and hope to hear from you soon!
CHAPS - The Centre for HIV/AIDS Prevention Studies
Aug 31, 2020
By Sarah Day - Researcher
Our CHAPS team would first and foremost like to thank you for your generous donations towards our project, PGiving women & girls access to menstrual products - #45886. We appreciate your generosity. The base funding we received was from another project - our pelebox initiative. I would like to give a special thanks to those funders in suppoort the wide arrange of work that we do as CHAPS.
Unfortunately, we gave not yet raised enough funding for undertake our project. We would like to renew our fundraising efforts in the coming months. We hope that this project will grow from strength to strength as we think of new and innovative ways to raise funding to support women and girls in gaining access to menstrual products.