Homelessness is hard enough.
28 MAY IS MENSTRUAL HYGIENE DAY!
HELP WOMEN IN NEED.
DID YOU KNOW
In the United States, tampons are taxed and can’t be purchased with food stamps. This is bloody ridiculous! Read this article by Cosmopolitan
HOW CAN WE HELP
WITH YOUR HELP, the team at Passionate Playground is giving up to 1,000 JOYBOXX MENSTRUAL HYGIENE KITS to homeless women’s shelters for 28 May – Menstrual Hygiene Day and our neighbors in Seattle “One Million Tampons” ongoing effort to raise tampons, awareness…and maybe a little joy! #TheJoysInside.
Passionate Playground’s founder, Deborah Semer spent 6 years working on behalf of Seattle’s homeless and 6 more years working on behalf of America’s wounded military. She knows the issues first-hand and realized her patented invention, Joyboxx is an extremely helpful item to have in a shelter, hospital or outside.
HOW DOES IT WORK
YOU BUY. WE GIVE. ONLY $25 buys a JOYBOXX MENSTRUAL HYGIENE KIT filled with approximately 50 items (tampons, pads, hygiene samples) plus kit assembly labor and delivery to homeless women’s shelters.
We are donating the Joyboxxes and have a small number of donated hygiene samples from wonderful partner brands; Healthy Hoohoo and System JO, but we need to purchase more to meet the goal!
1,000 Kits = 50,000 menstrual hygiene products!
The world's only patented, customizable, antimicrobial, dishwasher safe, storage system.
This ingenious design handles all of our pleasure product mOments!
Baby Got Boxx!
Watch the video to see how Patented Joyboxx & Playtray storage system protects you, your secret stash, furniture, pets and kids!!
Playtray – Voted The #1 Sex Toy Accessory!
Keep toys and furniture germ and dust free, before, during and after play
Best invention ever - the Playtray!!!Mary Beth - Bellevue, WA
Yes, I did call my Playtrays the best thing since sliced bread.Margo - wetlandia.com Unbiased review https://wetlandia.com/2016/10/07/joyboxx-storage-system-review/
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