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ISSA Campaign Positively Impacts Period Poverty in 2023

Today, ISSA proudly released the 2022-2023 End Period Poverty Campaign Impact Report.

ISSA believes that menstrual-care solutions should be as available in away-from-home bathrooms as soap, toilet paper, and paper towels. Accordingly, in October 2022, the association launched its End Period Poverty Campaign in partnership with the ISSA Hygieia Network, an ISSA Charities™ signature program dedicated to the advancement and retention of women in the cleaning industry

“ISSA has taken our message of period positivity to facilities, state capitols, and even the White House. The association is proud to look back at our successes over the last year as we build on that momentum going into 2024 and beyond. We are working to advocate for a world where period-friendly bathrooms are the rule rather than the exception,” said ISSA Director of Government Affairs John Nothdurft.

Since launching the campaign, ISSA has effectively advocated, influenced, and made an impact, resulting in:

“Thank you to our founding campaign contributors Aunt Flow, Bobrick, Citron Hygiene, Egal, Femly, HOSPECO Brands Group, MaskIt, and Scensibles for helping ISSA launch this important initiative and be so impactful in less than 12 months,” added Nothdurft.

For more information about ISSA’s End Period Poverty campaign or to become a contributor, please contact ISSA Director of Government Affairs John Nothdurft or visit