Period Products for Public + Community Spaces
The time for change is now. Join the menstrual equity movement!
WORKING WITH 900+ ORGANIZATIONS LIKE YOURS
Support people with periods and leave those clunky coin-operated dispensers behind.
Studies show that nearly two-thirds of low-income people with periods have been unable to afford tampons or pads, and frequently must decide between purchasing food or other necessities and period products. If toilet paper is offered for free in public bathrooms, why aren’t tampons and pads? Fight period povery by ensuring access to essentials period products with a free-vend dispensing solution.
Let's get flowin'!
Tell us a bit about your organization, and we’ll help you choose the perfect dispenser and refill system. We’ll ship it to you in just a few days. Easy peasy.
Solutions for customers and staff alike:
vs. the others
Aunt Flow dispensers are rust resistant with a modern, sleek design.
Other dispensers are often rusty, dirty and just plain gross.
FAST + EASY
Aunt Flow dispensers hold up to 5x the product and take 30 seconds to reload. The window shows when it’s time to refill.
Other dispensers hold less product and take 2 mins+ to reload. Multiplied by 100s of dispensers, you’re lookin’ at a lot of unnecessary labor costs.
Our dispensers are DESIGNED for the 21st century. That means, no quarters.
Tampons and pads SHOULD be free. And besides, who carries a freaking quarter?!
All Aunt Flow dispensers are ADA compliant.
Other dispensers require knobs to turn to release the product and are not accessible.
Aunt Flow dispensers use organic cotton pads and tampons.
Other dispensers use pads and tampons that contain synthetic dyes and nasty chemicals.
More states are requiring public bathrooms to offer freely accessible period products.
Nearly two-thirds of low-income people with periods in the U.S. have been unable to afford menstruation products during the previous year, and frequently must decide between purchasing food or period products.