The Homeless Period Project In collaboration between SOPHe Course Union, Women in ITM, & Real Estate Ryerson

The Homeless Period Project is a non-profit campaign that aims to provide menstrual hygiene products in support of homeless women and trans people in Toronto. An issue that's been overlooked by many, this project runs in the hopes of distributing as much donations as possible to as many shelters.

What: Menstrual hygiene products (unused tampons, pads, diva cups, heating pads, etc.) will be collected throughout Feb 1 - Mar 8 (International Women's Day). Monetary donations are also accepted - 100% of funds will be used to purchase more feminine products to be donated to homeless shelters.

Where: Donations will be collected at the WITM office - TRS 3141. We are also accepting monetary funds through Tilt - no minimum amount required!

When: Donations will be collected from February 1st until the end of the semester. On International Women's day, the donations will be distributed to the shelters.

100% of all funds and products will be donated to the following shelters:

Mary's Home (Society of St. Vincent de Paul)

Mary's Home accommodates and welcomes women of different ages, cultures and religions.

For more information about Mary's Home, visit:


The YWCA Sprott House is the first homeless shelter for LGBTQ youth in Canada, and the largest of its kind.

They provide 1 year of supported residential living for up to 25 young people between the ages of 16-24.

For more information about the Sprott House, visit:

Contact Information

Ryerson School of Occupational & Public Health (SOPHe) Course Union


Women in ITM

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