Support the Girls has gained momentum since its start in 2015. The organization now has 42 locations, or affiliates, across the country.
Seabron said she tries to focus on donating to small shelters and organizations like Tumbleweed that can benefit the most from the feminine hygiene products she collects.
Seabron's recent donation to Tumbleweed included 1000 feminine hygiene products and almost 100 bras.
Tumbleweed has a "wish list" online, which specifies donation items that are needed the most, but Harris said people don't always pay attention to those needs when donating to the shelter.
Corliss Seabron has donated nearly 4,000 menstrual products since she became an affiliate for Support the Girls in June 2016.
When women in need do not have access to feminine hygiene products during their menstrual cycle, it can lead to health risks such as infection and toxic shock syndrome, according to gynecologist Dr. Jane Rudolph.
"There is a serious supply and demand problem," Harris said as she was speaking to Seabron about how Tumbleweed sometimes struggles to meet their clients' needs when they don't receive regular donations of feminine hygiene products.
After Seabron's visit to Tumbleweed, the donation center's shelves were stocked with feminine hygiene products needed to support multiple clients who use the shelter's resources. However, donations are a constant necessity at Tumbleweed and shelters like it in order to meet the continuous demand of the products for women who may not have access during their menstrual cycle.