Our corporate partners create a positive social impact for Australian communities

Partnering with Share the Dignity demonstrates your company’s commitment to ending period poverty in Australia.

We believe it is everyone’s responsibility to support vulnerable women and girls. Allowing people to manage their period with dignity is a small step towards seeing them again thrive in our modern society.

We are committed to creating meaningful and mutually beneficial relationships with businesses across Australia.

The funds we raise are vital to changing the lives of women and girls at risk experiencing homelessness, domestic violence, and period poverty.

Reach out to us and show your workforce, and Australia, that your business supports women and girls in crisis.

Benefits and opportunities

  • Partner with an award-winning, passionate, and highly visible charity
  • Use our logo as a symbol of your commitment to women’s issues
  • Participate in annual media events to communicate your company’s commitment to corporate social responsibility
  • Support campaigns (such as dignity vending machines or dignity drives) that deliver measurable, positive social impacts
  • Reach a large an active audience through our website and social media
  • Assist in changing the lives of those experience period poverty

Our partners

national storage
Cope sensitive freight
JuJu mestrual cup
White Lady funerals
Kuhn Corp
Name My Stuff
social media photographers

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Tasmanian Team Leader Tania Watson on WinNews

Wonderful to see Tasmanian Team Leader Tania Watson appearing on the news in Tassie last night representing Share the Dignity as part of National Volunteers Week!

Tasmanians are being encouraged to lend a hand in recognising those who donate hundreds of thousands of hours to providing vital support across the state.Volunteers have been more important than ever during Coronavirus. #waveforvolunteersVolunteering Tasmania @Meals on Wheels Association of Tasmania Share the Dignity

Posted by WIN News Tasmania on Monday, May 18, 2020

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