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Days For Girls is a non-profit that makes and distributes sustainable feminine hygiene for girls around the world. 

  • Founded in 2008

  • Days for Girls Kits last 2-3 years

  • Each DfG Kit gives girls 180 days of supplies over 3 years

  • We have reached 100+ countries on 6 continents

  • We have served over 400,000 women & girls...and counting!

  • Micro-enterprise programs help local women and men have employment while paying it forward, providing hygiene supplies and health education for their communities.

  • Global alliance of thousands of volunteers and organizations

  • 780+ global chapters and teams

  • Number of world records held: 1


More information can be found at

The Oso team started meeting at the chapel in 2016.   In that first year we were able to make 75 kits!  That means 75 girls will be able to attend school all year long!  In other countries the girls are made to sit in isolation until their periods are over.  In other places they cannot afford to buy supplies.  If asked “Would you like money for food or sanitary supplies?” Every time they choose food.  

Help us supply their sanitary hygiene needs.

We meet on the 3rd Thursday of the month from 10:00 to 2:00 and would love to have you join us.  There are MANY jobs that do not require any sewing!  Bring a sack lunch on the 3rd Thursday of the month and join us for a fun time while we help empower girls around the world.


  • 100% cotton flannel and quilter’s cotton (no animal or novelty prints)

Flannel should be able to hide stains (little or no white in the print)

  • Hotel size soap

  • 1 gallon ziplock bags

  • Thin washcloths (Walmart has a bundle for just $4)

  • Panties (Girl’s 10/12/14/16….brief’s or hipsters only)

  • Funds. This is used to buy thread, ribbon, snaps and fabric.

For more information or to get involved contact

Nancy Vos:

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