Project Dignity extends its footprint with recent donations across the border

Project Dignity extends its footprint with recent donations across the border: More than 200 schoolgirls in both Namibia and Botswana will now benefit from the use of Subz Pants and Pads, reusable sanitary wear that will last them between three and five years. Members from Project Dignity – the non-profit extension of Subz Pants and Pads – visited a number of schools and community organisations between 20 September and 7 October, distributing the packs and engaging with the young women. “The entire trip was so enlightening and it has been … [Read more...]

Project Dignity fun run and yoga class promotes community good health while empowering young women

Project Dignity fun run and yoga class promotes community good health while empowering young women: The Project Dignity/ Subz Pants and Pads team are looking forward to the fun run/ yoga class taking place on the Sunday, 17 November at the Shongweni Polo Club. Project Dignity, in partnership with We Move Active, SMG Durban and Hi-Tech Sportswear, is organising a 5km Fun Run/Yoga Class for all ages to enjoy some exercise while supporting the NPO on Sunday, 17 November, starting and ending at Shongweni Polo Club. Walkers are also invited to bring … [Read more...]

Project Dignity visits Brookdale Secondary School

Project Dignity visits Brookdale Secondary School: Project Dignity visited Brookdale Secondary School at on Friday, 13 September where 260 learners from grade 8, 9 and 10 received Subz Pants and Pads packs sponsored by Sturrock Grindrod Maritime (SGM). Project Dignity is the non-profit extension of Subz Pants and Pads which distributes reusable sanitary wear to schoolgirls from disadvantaged communities, ensuring no school days are missed because of a lack of access to sanitary wear. Since its inception in 2010, Project Dignity has donated more … [Read more...]

Project Dignity celebrates Women’s Wellness Day @ Sage

Project Dignity celebrates Women’s Wellness Day @ Sage: Joining a panel of empowering female speakers, Sue Barnes, founder of Subz Pants and Pads – and its NPO, Project Dignity – will address the educational challenges faced by thousands of schoolgirls daily, because of a lack of access to sanitary wear. This will form part of the inaugural Women’s Wellness Day @ Sage on Women’s Day, 9 August in Salt Rock. “Sage Centre has a predominately female demographic and the majority of the centre’s businesses are women-owned,” said Lara Warr, Centre … [Read more...]