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At Modibodi we strive to achieve limitless positive impact in all we do.

At Modibodi we strive to achieve
limitless positive impact in all we do.

"Together we create great change and huge impact."

"Together we create great
change
and huge impact."

KRISTY CHONG, FOUNDER


In 2021, we’re donating 100,000 pairs of reusable leak-proof underwear to 20,000 people in need.

Periods are natural, normal and a part of daily life, and yet for some, they’re a source of stress, shame or stigma.

Modibodi is committed to encouraging open, frank, real conversations about periods – and pregnancy, incontinence and menopause for that matter – and to helping provide access to menstrual products for every bodi.

We’re striving to

NORMALISE PERIOD CONVERSATIONS
THROUGH EDUCATION

In 2021, we’re donating 100,000 pairs of reusable leak-proof underwear to 20,000 people in need.

Periods are natural, normal and a part of daily life, and yet for some, they’re a source of stress, shame or stigma.

Modibodi is committed to encouraging open, frank, real conversations about periods – and pregnancy, incontinence and menopause for that matter – and to helping provide access to menstrual products for every bodi.

We’re striving to

NORMALISE PERIOD CONVERSATIONS
THROUGH EDUCATION

END PERIOD POVERTY

What is

period poverty?

Put simply, it’s not having access to products to manage your menstrual cycle – which may mean using toilet paper, newspapers, fabric or feeling a need to isolate from shame or embarrassment during your period.

Whether that’s because the topic is taboo in your community, or because you can’t afford to buy them, period poverty is a global health issue which reinforces gender inequality, increases hardship and causes people to miss out on education, work and social activities.

UNESCO reports 10% of African girls quit school because of menstruation-related issues.

2.3 billion people globally lack basic sanitation services.

1 in 5 American girls have left school early/not attended because they didn’t have period products.

137,700 UK girls missed school in 2017 because they couldn’t afford menstrual products.

26% of respondents of a South Australian survey said they skipped school due to not having a period product.

Give a Pair - let's end

period poverty together

Every dollar you donate goes towards putting a pack of five pairs of reusable, leak-proof underwear into the hands of people in need – worldwide. And, since you’re a generous bunch, we’ve donated more than 27,000 pairs to date – with a commitment of 100,000 to 20,000 people in 2021. That's over $2,000,000 worth of underwear.

OUR PARTNERS

AU

Mission Australia

Mission Australia has been standing alongside Australians in need since 1859. Mission Australia combats homelessness, provides housing, assists struggling families and children, addresses mental health issues, fights substance dependencies, supports people with disability and much more.

AU

Plan International Australia, the charity for girls equality

Plan International Australia tackles the root causes of poverty by supporting communities through crisis, campaigning for gender equality and helping governments take action in the best interests of children… particularly girls.

HAWAII

Ma'i Movement

Native Hawaiian sisters Nikki and Brandy-Lee are on a mission to make menstrual products accessible to all, and they’re taking action by distributing free products to menstruating people in need, and advocating for change in government, in communities and in schools.

UK

Bloody Good Period

Partnered with 40 asylum seeker drop-in centres around the UK, helping more women and people who menstruate have bloody good periods.

NZ

The Period Place

Providing safe spaces for period conversations, get period education to those that need it, and ensure every menstruator has the same access to period products.

US

Happy Period

#happyperiod's mission is to be a catalyst for the advancement of menstrual care for Black people with periods

AU

Sustainable Period Project

The Sustainable Period Project provides schools with free period kits and resources to help educate students about reusable, sustainable products to manage menstruation.

EU

Ready for Red

Red for Red by erdbeerwoche is a playful and interactive digital education program to support schools teach menstruation. Promoted in Austria, Germany and Switzerland, the website is also available in English translation.

END PERIOD POVERTY

END PERIOD POVERTY

What is

period poverty?

Put simply, it’s not having access to products to manage your menstrual cycle – which may mean using toilet paper, newspapers, fabric or staying isolated during your cycle.

Whether that’s because the topic is taboo in your community, or because you can’t afford to buy them, period poverty is a global health issue which reinforces gender inequality, increases hardship and causes people to miss out on education, work and social activities.


UNESCO reports 10% of African girls quit school because of menstruation-related issues.

1 in 5 American girls have left school early/not attended because they didn’t have period products.

2.3 billion people globally lack basic sanitation services.

137,700 UK girls missed school in 2017 because they couldn’t afford menstrual products.

26% of respondents of a South Australian survey said they skipped school due to not having a period product.

Give a Pair - let's end period poverty together

Every dollar you donate, goes towards putting a pack of five pairs of reusable, leak-proof underwear into the hands of people in need – worldwide. And, since you’re a generous bunch, we’ve donated more than 27,000 pairs to date – and in 2021 we will send 100,000 pairs to 20,000 people. That’s over $2,000,000 worth of underwear.

OUR PARTNERS

UK

Bloody Good Period

Partnered with 40 asylum seeker drop-in centres around the UK, helping more women and people who menstruate have bloody good periods.

NZ

The Period Place

Providing safe spaces for period conversations, get period education to those that need it, and ensure every menstruator has the same access to period products.

US

Happy Period

#happyperiod's mission is to be a catalyst for the advancement of menstrual care for Black people with periods

AU

Mission Australia

Mission Australia has been standing alongside Australians in need since 1859. Mission Australia combats homelessness, provides housing, assists struggling families and children, addresses mental health issues, fights substance dependencies, supports people with disability and much more.

AU

Plan International Australia, the charity for girls equality

Plan International Australia tackles the root causes of poverty by supporting communities through crisis, campaigning for gender equality and helping governments take action in the best interests of children… particularly girls.

HAWAII

Ma'i Movement

Native Hawaiian sisters Nikki and Brandy-Lee are on a mission to make menstrual products accessible to all, and they’re taking action by distributing free products to menstruating people in need, and advocating for change in government, in communities and in schools.

AU

Sustainable Period Project

The Sustainable Period Project provides schools with free period kits and resources to help educate students about reusable, sustainable products to manage menstruation.

EU

Ready for Red

Red for Red by erdbeerwoche is a playful and interactive digital education program to support schools teach menstruation. Promoted in Austria, Germany and Switzerland, the website is also available in English translation.

NORMALISE PERIOD CONVERSATIONS
THROUGH EDUCATION

NORMALISE PERIOD CONVERSATIONS
THROUGH EDUCATION

Honesty really

is the best policy.

We champion education programs promoting real, honest, open, positive conversations about health issues – including periods, incontinence and menopause. We’re about breaking taboos and reducing body shame, stigma and isolation (but sadly not cramps!) for every bodi.

We want young people expecting their first period to know what’s happening to their body, and to feel confident and comfortable managing their menstrual cycle and enjoying everyday activities with their period – including school and sports.

To talk plainly, and positively, about periods, we work with exceptional partners to supply sample reusable underwear for school education programs – including ‘teaching the teachers’ about the importance of planet-friendly period product options for the next generation.

OUR CONVERSATIONS

PODCAST

The RED Tales

Tune into The RED Tales podcast to hear teens chat about the topics no-one dares to share. From heartbreak and sexuality to bullying and first periods, there’s no judgement here, just real stories about teenhood today.

CAMPAIGN

Made To Feel

Modibodi stands for equality, inclusivity, celebrating all bodies, and putting an end to menstrual taboos. Our campaign champions the real, natural side of periods – and more sustainable ways to manage them.

BLOG

Our Blog

Browse our blog for useful articles, personal stories, expert advice and Q&As on topics ranging from period sex, pregnancy and endometriosis to incontinence, sustainable activism and social impact.

AU

Bright Girl Health

Australia's #1 women's health presentations for schools. Empowering students to make more informed health decisions, by equipping them with the tools to understand and be friends with their body.

AU

GRLKND

With the aim to empower young womxn with the knowledge and skills to become self-confident, compassionate, mental health literate and self-directed in their mental health journey.

PERSON

Lucy Peach

Lucy Peach is a period preacher, folk singer and theatre performer who has worked as a human biology teacher and sexual health educator.

AU

Bright Girl Health

Australia's #1 women's health presentations for schools. Empowering students to make more informed health decisions, by equipping them with the tools to understand and be friends with their body.

AU

GRLKND

With the aim to empower young womxn with the knowledge and skills to become self-confident, compassionate, mental health literate and self-directed in their mental health journey.

AU

Lucy Peach

Lucy Peach is a period preacher, folk singer and theatre performer who has worked as a human biology teacher and sexual health educator.

PODCAST

The RED Tales

Tune into The RED Tales podcast to hear teens chat about the topics no-one dares to share. From heartbreak and sexuality to bullying and first periods, there’s no judgement here, just real stories about teenhood today.

BLOG

Our Blog

Browse our blog for useful articles, personal stories, expert advice and Q&As on topics ranging from period sex, pregnancy and endometriosis to incontinence, sustainable activism and social impact.

CAMPAIGN

Made To Feel

Modibodi stands for equality, inclusivity, celebrating all bodies, and putting an end to menstrual taboos. Our campaign champions the real, natural side of periods – and more sustainable ways to manage them.

OUR ACTIONS

TANZANIA

Maasai Water Project

Most Maasai women have no menstrual products, so they ‘free bleed’ and wear black, handwashing the same outfit each day and staying away from school and social interactions.

Those who do have access to pads dispose of them in open pit toilets, while those in more primitive living conditions sit in a hole away from their village until their cycle is over.

The Maasai response to Modibodi has been overwhelming. The women ‘LOVE’ their reusable undies, enjoy feeling dry and dignified during their period – or to manage the bladder leaks many experience after giving birth to multiple children.

INDONESIA

Plan International Indonesia,
the charity for girls equality

The Indonesian province of West Nusa Tenggara is one of the poorest in South East Asia, with significant clean water and sanitation challenges.

Our pilot programme supplied 300 women with 1000 pairs in 2020, and in 2021 we'll supply underpants to more women across Plan International programs.

Andin, aged 14, received Modibodi period underwear as part of our pilot project in Indonesia with Plan International.

Fiji

Fiji Kids

While public education in Fiji is free, the cost of uniforms, stationery and more are a huge expense for more than half the population living in poverty. Sustainable period pants help kids stay in school – and lessen the rubbish ending up in rivers in rural areas without rubbish removal services.

Modibodi supported 35 girls through Fiji Kids’ high school program in 2020.

AUSTRALIA

Charity in Crisis

We’re in awe of the efforts of frontline workers, from battling bushfires to tackling the global COVID-19 pandemic, and we’re proud to do our little bit, which in 2020, included donating 1385 pairs for bushfire relief, and 1980 pairs plus a pile of gift cards to health workers in the fight against COVID-19.

AUSTRALIA

The Good Box

The Good Box is a social enterprise creating beautifully packaged gift boxes for those experiencing homelessness as part of its mission to abolish misconceptions, prevent isolation and increase communication. Modibodi has donated period underwear for 300 mothers doing it tough as part of the charity’s ‘Mother’s Day Beauty Box’ initiative.

AUSTRALIA

Women's Health Tasmania

Having a period shouldn’t cost the earth. Modibodi is working with Women’s Health Tasmania on The Undies Project to promote sustainable period product options to people in need in the Hobart City Council area.

AUSTRALIA

Plan International,
the charity for girls equality

Modibodi is providing 10 Aboriginal women with $1000 scholarships to help further their university education in partnership with NATSIWA as part of our commitment to ‘lifting up other women to help them achieve their potential’ and supporting Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander women to achieve their educational goals and use their voice within their community.

UK

NHS donation

At the height of the pandemic in the UK, NHS staff were working around the clock fighting COVID-19…and finding time to take bathroom breaks was near impossible. With their capacity to absorb up to 10 tampons’ worth of fluid, Modibodi’s Maxi-24hrs underpants made it much easier for staff to manage leaks while working long shifts, so we donated close to 800 pairs to NHS staff in need.

INDONESIA

Plan International Indonesia, the charity for girls' equality

The Indonesian province of West Nusa Tenggara is one of the poorest in South East Asia, with significant clean water and sanitation challenges.

Our pilot programme supplied 300 women with 1000 pairs in 2020, and in 2021 we'll supply underpants to more women across Plan International programs.

Andin, aged 14, received Modibodi period underwear as part of our pilot project in Indonesia with Plan International.

AUSTRALIA

The Good Box

The Good Box is a social enterprise creating beautifully packaged gift boxes for those experiencing homelessness as part of its mission to abolish misconceptions, prevent isolation and increase communication. Modibodi has donated period underwear for 300 mothers doing it tough as part of the charity’s ‘Mother’s Day Beauty Box’ initiative.

Fiji

Fiji Kids

While public education in Fiji is free, the cost of uniforms, stationery and more are a huge expense for more than half the population living in poverty. Sustainable period pants help kids stay in school – and lessen the rubbish ending up in rivers in rural areas without rubbish removal services.

Modibodi supported 35 girls through Fiji Kids’ high school program in 2020.

AUSTRALIA

Charity in Crisis

We’re in awe of the efforts of frontline workers, from battling bushfires to tackling the global COVID-19 pandemic, and we’re proud to do our little bit, which in 2020, included donating 1385 pairs for bushfire relief, and 1980 pairs plus a pile of gift cards to health workers in the fight against COVID-19.

TANZANIA

Maasai Water Project

Most Maasai women have no menstrual products, so they ‘free bleed’ and wear black, handwashing the same outfit each day and staying away from school and social interactions.

Those who do have access to pads dispose of them in open pit toilets, while those in more primitive living conditions sit in a hole away from their village until their cycle is over.

The Maasai response to Modibodi has been overwhelming. The women ‘LOVE’ their reusable undies, enjoy feeling dry and dignified during their period – or to manage the bladder leaks many experience after giving birth to multiple children.

AUSTRALIA

Women's Health Tasmania

Having a period shouldn’t cost the earth. Modibodi is working with Women’s Health Tasmania on The Undies Project to promote sustainable period product options to people in need in the Hobart City Council area.

AUSTRALIA

Modibodi NATSIWA Indigenous Scholarships

Modibodi is providing 10 Aboriginal women with $1000 scholarships to help further their university education in partnership with NATSIWA as part of our commitment to ‘lifting up other women to help them achieve their potential’ and supporting Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander women to achieve their educational goals and use their voice within their community.

UK

NHS donation

At the height of the pandemic in the UK, NHS staff were working around the clock fighting COVID-19…and finding time to take bathroom breaks was near impossible. With their capacity to absorb up to 10 tampons’ worth of fluid, Modibodi’s Maxi-24hrs underpants made it much easier for staff to manage leaks while working long shifts, so we donated close to 800 pairs to NHS staff in need.

AU

Good360

We’re partnering with Good360 in Australia on a pilot program to provide reusable leak-proof underwear to victims of family violence, refugees and vulnerable youth. Good360 connects new and surplus goods to a network of over 2700 charities and disadvantaged schools by acting as a ‘matchmaker’ connecting products to people in need.    

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