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July 23, 2019Maryville, MO | By: Molly Gardner
We Gotchya! -a local nonprofit at Northwest Missouri State University - supports menstruation-related issues in northwest Missouri and Williamson, Haiti. They supply feminine products in schools, community partners, and the Northwest Missouri State University’s Food Pantry. They make and supply reusable, cotton menstrual pads to the House of Hope Haiti, an orphanage started by two Maryville, MO residents, Bayo Joachim and Mike Bellamy.
Molly Gardner reports:
We Gotchya! organizes a monthly dinner at HyVee in Maryville to raise funds and receive donations to support their causes. The dinners are on the 3rd Wednesday of each month. Proceeds from this function go towards supplying period products to Northwest Missouri State University’s Food Pantry, surrounding communities and others in need. There will also be donation baskets on site for those who wish to supply products.
For more information, visit www.wegotchya.org or check out their Facebook page: www.facebook.com/groups/WeGotchya.