Tampons, pads, and other sanitary items are being donated to help at-risk women who might otherwise go without.
Griffith "Sheroes" Kellie Kelly and Tracy Zordan have set up donation boxes at shops around town for the Share the Dignity charity.
They'll be donating sanitary products to women's refuges, shelters, and crisis accommodation centres in Griffith.
Mrs Zordan works in the health sector, and she says she comes across countless women who can't afford the basic necessities.
"We see women everyday who come in who are in situations where they can't afford to buy sanitary products," Ms Zordan said.
"It's a monthly cost, and women sometimes have to choose between food or sanitary items."
Shelters and service-providers around Griffith have been reporting a spike in the number of single women knocking on their door and asking for help.
Young people and older single women are the two largest growing demographics of homelessness in Australia in general and Griffith in particular.
Whether it's because of domestic violence or simply the soaring cost of rent in Griffith, increasing numbers of women are finding themselves at-risk.
People interested in donating sanitary products can find drop-off boxes at Revive in Griffith Central, Seeds of Wellness at Griffin Plaza, and both of the Woolworths branches until the end of August.
For more information about the charity you can head to www.sharethedignity.com.au
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