Period Poverty Project

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The Period Poverty Project pilot at Surrey will take place from March 2022 – August 2022. It is a collaborative project between the Support Zone and the Equality, Diversity and Inclusion (EDI) department that aims to provide free, sustainable period products across all three University of Surrey campuses to any student of staff member that needs them.

The locations you can find the products are on each campus are as follows:

Stag Hill Campus:
  • The Students’ Union Reception
  • Centre for Wellbeing
  • The MySurrey Hive
  • The Library
  • Guildford School of Acting (GSA)
  • The Business School Reception (MS Building)
Manor Park:
  • Manor Park Reception
Hazel Farm:
  • Common room

About Grace & Green:

We have partnered with the award-winning period care brand Grace & Green for the Period Poverty Project pilot. Their products are 100% natural, sustainable and biodegradable with 100% organic ingredients. Grace & Green advocate equality and wellbeing in educational environments and their mission is to demystify periods with simple, straight-talking transparency. If you want to find out more about Grace & Green click here

Feedback:

If you have any feedback on the Period Poverty Project please let us know here

If you have any questions please email ussu.vpsupport@surrey.ac.uk