A Lansing nonprofit is expanding and will help provide Grand Rapids low-income or homeless women with menstrual products.
Helping Women Period executive director Lysne Tait says period products are expensive and can take a big part out of a fixed budget.
Tait says 1 in 5 women and 1 in 4 students cannot afford menstrual products.
The nonprofit works with a janitorial supply company and can provide an individual's entire supply for a year for around $40.
The nonprofit also accepts donations.
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