The Pink Door Project is a non-profit feminine hygiene charity serving the greater Dallas – Fort Worth area. Through donations and partnerships with local businesses, we distribute period products to schools, food banks, and shelters in our community. Learn how you can donate feminine hygiene products and make a difference today. 

We exist to bring an end to period poverty by opening the doors of access to menstrual products to the women of DFW.

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25% of women in DFW experience period poverty.

Menstrual products are not covered by government assistance programs, forcing many women to choose between buying food or taking care of their hygiene.

Period poverty is an invisible form of poverty that affects over 500 million people in the United States annually. Women who are unable to afford menstrual products often have to stay home and miss out on daily life because they lack the basic necessities they require to thrive.

We believe this is unacceptable. Through donations and partnerships with local businesses, the Pink Door Project is working to end period poverty in our community by distributing menstrual products to local schools, food banks, and shelters throughout the Dallas area.

Get Involved

Ending period poverty throughout Dallas-Fort Worth is a huge undertaking and only possible through donations and partnerships with local businesses. Your support makes all the difference and can impact the lives of so many women in our community.

Make a Donation

To contribute to the Pink Door Project, click to make a monetary donation or contact us to donate menstrual products in person.

Become a Partner

If you’re a local business owner who would like to serve as a drop-off location as people donate feminine hygiene products for the Pink Door Project, contact us to learn more.

Support Our Wish List

Want to help stock our pantry? Purchases of menstrual products made from our Amazon wish list are sent directly to the Pink Door Project.