Always® and Walmart Are Teaming Up With Olympic Gold Medal Gymnast Laurie Hernandez to Support Girls in Sports, Because Sports Help Shape Who She’ll Become

Always and Walmart are teaming up with Olympic gold medal gymnast Laurie Hernandez to encourage everyone to help girls stay in sports. Millions of girls quit sports at puberty, in part because many don’t realize the long-term value of their participation, and therefore, don’t encourage them to keep playing. But the reality is, sports help her develop the confidence and skills she needs to do whatever she’s passionate about in life. That’s why Always and Walmart have donated $250,000 to the Women’s Sports Foundation (WSF) to help girls stay in…

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Always® is Working with Walmart® and James Van Der Beek to Rally Support to Help #EndPeriodPoverty

This January, Always is working with James Van Der Beek (actor, writer, husband and devoted father of five) to continue their mission to #EndPeriodPoverty – so no girl misses out on the confidence-building activities she loves because of lack of access to period products. Last year, Always donated 500,000 pads. This year – with help from people across the country and in collaboration with America’s Promise Alliance – they want to triple that to reach 1.5 MILLION pads! Research has shown that nearly 1 in 5 girls in the U.S.…

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Always® Joins Forces With Sophia Bush and Other Voices for Latest Efforts to Help #EndPeriodPoverty And Keep Girls in School in the U.S.

School supplies are important for every student, but period products are often overlooked as a vital necessity to ensure girls are able to stay in class and focused on their education. Always, the leader in global menstrual care, wants to change that. This September, Always continues their #EndPeriodPoverty efforts launched in 2018 to raise awareness and take action to help keep girls in school. When people learn that nearly 1 in 5 girls in the U.S. have missed school due to lack of period products, many are shocked and 89%…

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Always to donate period products to youth groups and after school clubs across the UK

Girls experiencing period poverty are missing out on extracurricular activities such as sports because they cannot afford period products, new research reveals. A study among school girls was conducted by Always to understand what else, beyond their school education is missed by those experiencing period poverty. Sadly, 31 per cent of girls say they have avoided out-of-school activities or sports as a direct result of period poverty, with 21 per cent saying they lack confidence because they don’t take part in such groups or clubs. One in four girls have…

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In Honor of International Women’s Day, Always® Continues Their Commitment to Help #EndPeriodPoverty and Keep Girls in School

In honor of International Women’s Day, Always, the leader in global feminine care, is continuing efforts to raise awareness and take action to help #EndPeriodPoverty with a month-long donation campaign. Together with your help, Always wants to ensure that all girls can confidently stay in school and have the opportunity to become whomever they dream to be. The brand’s first #EndPeriodPoverty campaign in the United States this past back-to-school season, culminated in a donation of over 15 million period products to school-aged girls in need via long-term partner Feeding America®.…

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