Donations will be collected from March 1- 31, 2022 throughout KFL&A
United Way KFL&A is excited to partner with Bell Media, national Tampon Tuesday partner, for the third annual Tampon Tuesday collection drive in the region, in line with International Women’s Day.
Starting March 1 and running until March 31, 2022,community members are encouraged to donate pads, tampons, liners and other menstrual hygiene products. The donation drive aims to fill a gap in the Kingston Frontenac, Lennox & Addington area.
Cataraqui Town Centre, in partnership with MOVE 98.3 donations can be dropped of at Guest Services until March 8
Shoppers Drugmart locations in Napanee, Amherstview and throughout Kingston – look for donation box
United Way KFL&A office, 417 Bagot Street (back entrance): Monday to Friday from 8:30 a.m. to 4:30p.m.
Products can also be donated through an Amazon wishlist and monetary donations can be made online. Community members can also contact the United Way KFL&A office at 613.542.2674 or at email@example.com if none of the above options or locations work and a pickup or drop off can be arranged.
Workplace and Groups also doing collections/drives:
Cher-Mere Day Spa locations: 68 Brock Street and 787 Blackburn Mews
Starbucks Coffee locations throughout Kingston
Secura Financial: 1375 Gardiners Road
Energetics Kingston: 631 Fortune Crescent
Curves Kingston: 745 Gardiners Road
RBC branch located at 523 Gardiners Road
Kingston Community Health Centre: 263 Weller Avenue
Workplaces throughout KFL&A are encouraged to do their own drives and we are happy to promoted these locations as well.
If your group or workplace would like to be added to the list please email the address above.
Following the donation drive, products will be sorted by volunteers and distributed to various agencies in the community.
Started in London Ontario, Tampon Tuesday is a program about dignity. The grassroots movement began in 2009 and continues to grow as an opportunity to collect products for people experiencing period poverty.
In 2020, United Way KFL&A initiated the first Tampon Tuesday drive in this community, partnering with workplaces, Bell Media, local labour partners, Queen’s University for a Tampon Tuesday donation drive. Over 45,000 hygiene products were donated and distributed to agencies and individuals in need in the community.
In 2021, United Way KFL&A partnered with Shoppers Drug Mart and they generously offered their stores as collection sited and over128,000 hygiene products were donated and distributed.
Some of the agencies that received these products include:
Addiction & Mental Health Services
Boys & Girls Club
Dress for Success
Elizabeth Fry Society of Kingston
HIV/AIDS Regional Services + Mobile Unit
Integrated Care Hub
Home Base Housing – One Roof, Rise@one4nine, In From the Cold
Independent Living Centre Kingston
Kingston Community Health Centres Kingston & Napanee
Pathways to Education
Kingston Interval House
Kingston Youth Shelter
L&A Interval House
Lunch by George
North Frontenac Food Bank
Partners in Mission Food Bank
Resolve Counselling Centres
Rural Frontenac Community Services
Salvation Army Community &
Family Services – Kingston & Napanee
Southern Frontenac – Food Bank
St. Vincent de Paul Society
Donation drive aims to fill a gap in the Kingston Frontenac, Lennox & Addington area.