You can legitimately change the world in these undies.
A TAMPON GOES WHERE?
Where over 27,938 are collected each and every day.
Where they get chucked in with other tampons and pads waiting to break down
Pads take how long to break down?
Probably best to ask your great, great, great, great grandchildren.
Yup, that’s 500+ years
A gazillion pads, a trillion tampons, or one pair of RED?
RED is committed to putting a smile on Mother Earth’s face& making periods easier whilst saving the planet!
More RED, less damage.
More RED, less waste.
More RED, less pad waddle.
Wearing RED has never been so green.
We totally support our #redgirlsquad
It’s our vision to build a brand that makes the world better by empowering every young person to make real, positive change and contribute to a better plant. As part of this vision, RED by Modibodi actively supports causes and organisations close to our heart and that are equally committed to the empowerment of young women across the globe.
GIVE A PAIR
Domestic and family violence is the principal cause of homelessness for young women, mothers and children in Australia. There are thousands of women and young girls living in shelters across Australia, who have little money and consequently cannot afford to purchase feminine hygiene products that most of us take for granted. These women and girls are forced to protect themselves from their monthly period and/or bladder weakness with bits of newspaper, or bulky rags.
RED’s Give a Pair Program aims to provide these young women with Modibodi underwear that is sustainable and reusable to empower these women at the times they need it.
For every ‘virtual pair’ voucher purchased, RED will donate two pairs of physical underwear to women’s shelters and young girls in need throughout the year.
Give a pair here.
SUSTAINABLE PERIOD PROJECT
“It is time to educate about sustainability. Period.”
When it comes to choosing a sanitary product to manage their flow, studies have shown that the majority of menstruators will continue using the same product that they were introduced to during early puberty. With most schools only educating about disposables, it is difficult to see how our war on sanitary waste can be won.
The solution is the Sustainable Period Project, a collaboration with some of Australia’s and New Zealand’s largest sustainable and reusable menstrual companies and artisanal communities.
A World-First project of its kind, it’s all about providing schools and health professionals with a free Resource Kit to facilitate discussions about modern sustainable sanitary options. Each kit contains samples of biodegradable disposable pads, reusable period underpants, reusable cloth pads, menstrual cups, videos and activities that can be used for classroom education for years to come. The Sustainable Period Project aims to provide Resource Kits to all secondary schools by 2020.
Click here to order a resource kit for your school or to downloadable resources
Educating our kids and smashing the shame and taboo around periods, one classroom at a time!
Period Talk is a fully comprehensive, fun, engaging and informative menstruation specific education program aimed at boys and girls in years 5-9/ junior school. Presented by kids for kids, covering every menstruation topic imaginable!
For more information please visit https://www.grlknd.org/