In June GladRags ran a Buy One, Give One campaign. For every online purchase that was made of four of our most popular products, like our Cloth Day Pad and our menstrual cup XO Flo, we promised to give the same product to an essential worker in the community. And so we did. Here’s how…Read more
If you’ve made the switch to reusables you may find yourself with a stash of disposable pads or tampons that you’d like to never chafe with again. Here are some places that those may still come in handy, and/or graciously appreciated.
When we say that GladRags is a certified Benefit Corporation, some people are duly impressed, while others (such as myself, when I first discovered GladRags) wonder what exactly a B Corp is. We’re proud to be certified – GladRags was actually one of the first businesses in Oregon to become a certified legal B Corp – so…Read more
After helping set up the pads to Sri Lanka donation, I was thinking of donating pads to Sri Lanka in my mother’s name for Mother’s Day, but decided a card would be cheaper. Then, yesterday a friend posted a note on facebook. She is from Sri Lanka. She posted an upsetting message about the recent…Read more
We were recently contacted by Srini Perera who asked us for donations of menstrual pads to help with aid efforts in Sri Lanka. Srini lives in California now, but she is from Sri Lanka. She, her husband, and family all work hard to help procure supplies to send there. Currently thousands of displaced families are…Read more
When possible, the GladRags team loves to make donations. Jessica Morell contacted us because she uses our book, Passage, as part of the curriculum in her work as a sexuality educator. In this case, we were able to donate quite a few copies of Passage. We’re very pleased to hear that GladRags plays a positive…Read more