“1 in 8 women struggle to buy period products in the United States alone; this is called period poverty.”
On this episode, we chat with Emily Jorgensen, as she shares her own, vulnerable story paired with her giving heart that led her to create the Grace Upon Grace Project in October 2019.
The Grace Upon Grace Project is committed to provide under-served families and infants in northern Colorado the basic necessities to live and grow with grace and dignity while addressing the roots of social inequities. The Grace Upon Grace Project provides basic necessities to families in the northern Colorado area in order to help women and children live and grow with grace and dignity by currently providing diapers, wipes, and disposable feminine products.
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