The 2022 rePROFilm Gift Guide 🎁

The 2022 rePROFilm Gift Guide 🎁

If you’re looking to cut down on clutter and change up your holiday shopping routine, we put together a list of some of our favorite organizations to support. Consider crossing a few gifts off your list by making donations in honor of your nearest and dearest. 

National and international organizations:

The Center for Reproductive Rights uses the power of law to advance reproductive rights as fundamental human rights around the world. 

WRRAP is a non-partisan, nonprofit organization assisting women who are financially unable to pay for safe, legal abortions or emergency contraceptives.

Through an international network of affiliates, I Support the Girls collects and distributes essential items, including bras, underwear, and menstrual hygiene products, allowing women and folx experiencing homelessness, impoverishment, or distress to stand tall with dignity.

The Alliance for Period Supplies is composed of independently operated nonprofit organizations that collect, warehouse, and distribute menstrual/period supplies in local communities.

The Sylvia Rivera Law Project (SRLP) works to guarantee that all people are free to self-determine their gender identity and expression, regardless of income or race, and without facing harassment, discrimination, or violence.

Malala Fund invests in education activists and advocates who are driving solutions to barriers to girls’ education in their communities. 

Some of our favorite organizations from our home communities:

The Period Pantry Project’s purpose is to create a consistent source of menstrual products available to anyone who needs them in the Central Ohio region. 

The Lilith Fund supports the right of all Texans to make their own reproductive choices, regardless of income.

NC MERA (North Carolina Midwifery Education, Regulation, and Association) is the state alliance of North Carolina midwives that includes Certified Nurse-Midwives (CNMs) and Certified Professional Midwives (CPMs). NC MERA (in congruence with US MERA) envisions an integrative health care system where every woman has access to midwives and midwifery care that improves health.

The Kansas Birth Justice Collective is a grassroots, Black & Brown-led initiative made up of two organizations, Kansas Birth Justice Society and Kansas Birth Justice Action. Kansas Birth Justice Society provides public-facing services to Black, Latinx, and Native American families to improve the chances of survival and good long-term health for birth givers and infants. Kansas Birth Justice Action mobilizes the community to act in defense of Black, Native American, and Latinx birth givers and babies, who face extreme disparities in survival, long-term health and access to reproductive care.