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2023 Aunt Flow Impact Report

Our Impact in 2023

February 23, 2024

Each year, we put together a report on the impact we’re making to create a better world for people with periods. 

With the help of incredible global, national and regional organizations, we’ve been able to provide 6 million freely accessible Aunt Flow period products all over the world since 2021!

By the Numbers

This year, Aunt Flow…

  • Donated over 2,6,28,600 products to menstruators in need
  • Stocked bathrooms with over 29,000,000 organic cotton period products
  • Added over 20,300 new dispensers in businesses, schools and organizations
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We also…

  • Worked with 490 higher-education institutions
  • Increased access for over 1.6 million students
  • Stocked nearly 800 K-12 school bathrooms with Aunt Flow products

2023 USA Period Policy Wins

2023 was a year FULL of menstrual equity, with advocates and legislature making waves across #MenstruationNation!

Legislative Successes of 2023

  • California: The state expanded its existing school requirement to provide free period products to students in grades 3-12.
  • El Paso, TX: El Paso City Council unanimously voted on a program to require all city-owned buildings to provide free pads and tampons.
  • Houston, TX: As part of the Fiscal Year 2024 budget, Houston City Council will provide free period products in more than 30 city-run buildings.
  • Minnesota: The Minnesota Senate and House of Representatives passed a bill requiring schools to provide free period products to students in grades 4-12. 
  • Missouri: Thanks to new state funding, each school district in Missouri will receive at least $500 to provide free period products to students in grades 6-12.
  • New Jersey: A1349/S1221 establishes a funded program in the Department of Education to provide period products in public schools, free of cost.
  • New Mexico: Governor Michelle Lujan Grisham signed HB 134, which requires free period products in every public school, from elementary schools to high schools. 
  • Ohio: The state’s fiscal budget designated $5 million in funding for period products and dispensers for the 2024-2025 school year.
  • Texas: Governor Greg Abbott signed Senate Bill 379 on June 18, prompting Texas to join the growing list of states that have removed the tampon tax.

Looking for more updates? Head to our legislation page!

New Customers

Over 1,800 new organizations began offering Aunt Flow period products in their bathrooms! Here are just a few of the many that joined the Menstrual Movement in 2023… 

Large Organizations

Local Businesses and Community Spaces

  • The Denver Zoo
  • Kirkwood Public Library
  • QuarterWorld Arcade
  • Toledo Museum of Art
  • Hyatt Regency Orlando International Airport
  • New Orleans Public Library


🧡 To read more about how Aunt Flow is changing the world, one CYCLE at a time, download the full report!

Stay in the flow — we’ll send you period positivity + timely updates on the menstrual movement.

claire coder,founder + ceo

claire coder,
founder + ceo

Hi! I’m Claire. I founded Aunt Flow after getting my period in public without the supplies needed.

At 18 years old, I dedicated my life to developing a solution to ensure businesses and schools could sustainably provide quality period products, for free, in bathrooms. Our products are made with organic cotton and we are constantly working to reduce our environmental impact! Since 2021, we've donated over 5 MILLION period products to menstruators in need. I call this people helping people. PERIOD.®