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OUR STORY

 GET TO KNOW US        

Jampon started as a grassroots fundraiser at the University of Evansville in 2018 created by Alexandra Curren, Gina DeLise, and Sierra Miller. Since then it has grown into an annual event.

 

Jampon originally supported the local YWCA shelter in Evansville, IN and has now been brought to New York City to continue our goal of ending period poverty through the cost reduction of menstrual products, ensuring everyone has a comprehensive education about a healthy menstrual cycle, and empowering all who menstruate through community and art.

MISSION & VALUES

Mission Statement

Jampon supports the New York City community by organizing donation drives and fundraisers to provide shelters with menstrual hygiene products to ensure no person with a period goes without the proper supplies. Jampon also works to eliminate the stigma and gender coding surrounding menstruation through education, art and awareness.

Value Statement

Jampon is powered by the promise of race, class, ability and gender equality. We hope to see a world where no matter the circumstance, people continuously have the resources required for a clean, comfortable and hygienic menstrual cycle. 

Vision Statement

To end period poverty through the cost reduction of menstrual products. To ensure everyone has a comprehensive education about a healthy menstrual cycle. And to empower all menstruators through community and art. 

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MEET THE TEAM

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Check out our Past Events to see the impact Jampon has made on the Evansville community.

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