The purpose of Project Dignity of WNC is to provide period products to girls and women in Hendersonville and surrounding areas who are homeless, low-income, or victims of domestic abuse.

What We Do

Project Dignity of WNC Inc. is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit whose mission is to provide period products to women and girls in Hendersonville and surrounding areas who might be homeless, low-income, or victims of domestic abuse.

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Why Should I Get Involved?

Did you know SNAP or Food Stamps do not allow the purchase of period products? Women and girls are often absent from work and school during their “time of the month” because they don’t have proper personal health products.

How You Can Help

Project Dignity of WNC provides period products to 55 agencies and 148 schools in Henderson, Buncombe, Polk, Transylvania, Rutherford, Madison, Haywood, Yancey, Avery and Mitchell counties.
 
Project Dignity of WNC serves over 1900 women by providing 14,380 tampons, 15,450 pads, and 5,534 liners per month.

Our Latest Work

1 month ago

If you're doing your #BlackFriday shopping on Amazon, don't forget to select Project Dignity as your charity of choice and shop through #AmazonSmile. A percentage of your purchase will go directly ... See more

1 month ago

Wishing you all a #HappyThanksgiving from the Project Dignity Team!

2 months ago

Thank you for the kind words, Thrive!

2 months ago

Happy #VeteransDay to all of those who have served and sacrificed for our country.

2 months ago

The Girl Scouts of Henderson County recently stopped by to learn about Project Dignity and what we're doing to combat #PeriodPoverty in WNC. While they were here, they also helped out with counting ... See more

2 months ago

2 months ago

Mark you calendar! 🗓 This Saturday, Nov. 13th at 5PM, local artist Natalie Ray (natalieonpaper) is hosting an art opening — and 10% of proceeds will go directly to Project Dignity!! We hope to ... See more

2 months ago

How much do you really know about the social and economic impacts of #menstruation? This article by FairPlanet dives into the complicated issues behind menstruation and #PeriodPoverty that you may ... See more

2 months ago

Did you know you can support #ProjectDignity while you're doing your holiday shopping this year? If you shop on amazon, make sure to turn on Amazon smile in the app or visit smile.amazon.com and ... See more

2 months ago

On October 11th, 36 pallets from Always arrived at our Hendersonville warehouse. That's over 250,000 pads!

Special thanks to Rob & Nancy Rice, Deb & Tony O’Malley, and our smiling forklift driver, ... See more

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