The Giving Against Period Poverty (GAPP) initiative is taking place in Ellesmere Port and the aim in starting the initiative is to help tackle period poverty and the potential impact that it can have for some women and girls within the local community.

Access to safe sanitary products should be a basic human right, and being without these products is unthinkable! So, with your help we might make life a little easier for others.

How you can help

Please help us by donating sanitary products. All donations 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
  • Cheshire College (The Ellesmere Port campus)
  • Forum Housing (The Lock)
  • The 121 Midwives centre
  • The Ellesmere Port library
  • Citizens Advice Bureaux
  • Portside Children’s Centre
  • Stanlaw Abbey Children’s Centre

Our local donation collection points are:

  • 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