Renewable Materials

Renewable Materials

Renewable Materials

Renewable Materials

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Our Partners

 At Ruth, we want to see sustainable menstual products made accessible. That's why we're partnering with shelters and organizations across Canada to help reduce period poverty nationally. Pads from our crowdfunding campaign purchased in the Donator Activator, Social Supporter, or Superstar Supporter perks will be donated to our partner organizations.

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Moon Time Sisters

North Vancouver, BC

We are excited to donate products to Moon Time Sisters because they are committed to providing Northern Canadian communities with menstrual products.

All Cycles YEG

Edmonton, AB

All Cycles YEG provides menstrual products to homeless and income insecure Canadians and emphasizes inclusive menstruation within the 2SLGBTQIA+ community.

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International Women of Saskatoon (IWS)

Saskatoon, SK

Founded in 1985, the International Women of Saskatoon is a grassroots organization that aims to improve the status of immigrant and refugee women and their families.

YMCA Sprott House

Toronto, ON

The YMCA Sprott House is one of Canada's first transitional housing programs for LGBTQ2S+ youth. Serving the Greater Toronto Area, the Sprott House first opened its doors in 2007.

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Shepherds of Good Hope

Ottawa, ON

Shepherds of Good Hope supports those experiencing homeless and aims to reduce harm in Ottawa. They provide specialized shelter programs, supportive housing facilities, and many other programs that support their community.

Chez Doris

Montréal, QC

Chez Doris provides shelter and support to women in need, with programs specifically for Inuit and Indigenous women.

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St. John's Women's Centre

St. John's, NL

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From its inception in 1973, the St. John's Women's Centre started the province's first rape crisis centre and transition house for women fleeing domestic violence. The St. John's Women's Centre is a shelter that offers a safe and non-judgemental place for women.

Sustainable and disposable pads now available.