“…thanks to the help of some of our favourite brands and businesses, we can get more free, organic period products sent out more quickly, to more people.” – Leah Remfy-Peploe.
Following the overwhelming demand and support for ohne’s initial offer to send free tampons to NHS wards, the brand has teamed up with like-minded businesses to super-charge their efforts in both reach and quantity.
Hand in hand with Astrid & Miyu, Boucleme, Kimai, Nudea, Pollen, Smith and Sinclair and Techstars, ohne is expanding the reach of their donation campaign, which kicked off at the end of March. Thanks to the passion and determination of all these founders, this coalition of startups has been quick to divert funds into the campaign. Having already sent out 5,000 tampons, the campaign now has the resources to impact more NHS wards and workers in need all over the UK, and will donate 25,000 free, organic period products.
“We feel it’s now more essential than ever to look out for each other – especially the staff on NHS wards who are on the frontlines of this pandemic. Now, thanks to the help of some of our favourite brands and businesses, we can get more free, organic period products sent out more quickly, to more people” says Leah Remfy-Peploe, Co Founder of ohne.
How it works: If you work on an NHS ward (no matter what your position or role), and know that you and/or your team are struggling to access period products, simply contact the ohne team via social media or email (firstname.lastname@example.org) and we’ll do our best to ensure that product is sent to your ward.
ohne is the community-first brand reshaping the way women experience their menstrual cycles. Since launching in 2018, ohne has dismantled the boundary between period care and self care. With a range of organic period products, including the UK’s first pro-period CBD oil, and multi-platform content, ohne provides women with the tools, data, and support they need to manage their entire cycles. (www.ohne.com)