The GAPP Initiative Ellesmere Port

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Giving Against Period Poverty! GAPP

Our aim at St Thomas Church, in starting this Initiative is to help tackle Period Poverty and the potential impact it can have for some women and girls within our local community.

Access to safe sanitary products should be a basic human right! Being without these products is unthinkable! 

So with your help we might make life a little easier for others!

All Donations of Sanitary Products will be used to support those in our local community who may not be able to afford such items.

We are facilitating distribution through:

  • Local (High) Schools
  • Children’s Centres
  • Cheshire College Ellesmere Port Campus
  • Forum Housing
  • 121 Midwives
  • Ellesmere Port Library
  • Citizens Advice Bureaux

Distribution Centres:

Cheshire College (Ellesmere Port Campus)
Citizens Advice Bureau
The Library Ellesmere Port 
Forum Housing (The Lock)
The 121 Midwives Centre
Portside Children’s Centre 
Stanlaw Abbey Children’s Centre

Local Donation Collection Points:

Morrisons Supermarket
MP Justin Madders’ Office
St Thomas & St Lawrence Churches
The Salvation Army
Hope Farm Methodist Church
Centre 4 Renewal, Westminster
Trinity Methodist Church Centre

We are also Distributing Products through Local High Schools.

Please see our website for updates and further information by clicking or touching the image below.

The Gapp