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After Lysne Tait read an article in Huffington Post about low income and homeless women not having access to products, she and her friend decided to host a breakfast to raise money to help purchase them for a local organization. When 100 people responded, she realized there was a great need and interest, which she turned into her non-profit Helping Women Period. They provide menstrual products for over 100 charities in the mid-Michigan area. On this episode, she shares startling facts, along with ways people can get more involved in helping in their own community.