Michelle Rowland is collecting for the Share the Dignity ‘Dignity Drive’ campaign again in 2018, until the end of April.
Share the Dignity began in 2015 and is an Australian campaign to collect personal sanitary items for women experiencing hardship and fleeing domestic violence.
This year, Share the Dignity reports that there are over 85,000 women and girls in need of help. Local donations from Greenway will help Share the Dignity reach these women and girls in need.
Michelle Rowland’s office in Seven Hills will act as a drop off point for the ‘Dignity Drive’ throughout April and will be accepting donations of women’s sanitary items.
“I am proud to be collecting for women in need again this year as part of the Share the Dignity campaign”, Federal Member for Greenway, Michelle Rowland said.
“Share the Dignity is an example of how one idea can grow and make a big difference in the community.
“All women and girls deserve to have dignity and access to basic healthcare items and the ‘Dignity Drive’ helps to provide this to those women doing it the hardest”, Ms Rowland said.
For more information please contact Michelle Rowland’s office on 9671 4780. To drop off donations, including sanitary items, pads and tampons, please visit Michelle Rowland’s office at 230 Prospect Highway, Seven Hills.