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The Red Box Project, a initiative that quietly ensures that no young women misses out on her education because of her period. We are 100% community driven and run by individuals across Stourbridge & Sandwell. We place constantly stocked Red Boxes of sanitary wear in schools for young women to access, aiming to reach those who may not be able to afford these vital items.

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