Tampon Tuesday


The second annual 'Tampon Tuesday' donation drive is now underway in Kingston!

Did you know that menstrual hygiene products are one of the most requested items at local food banks? Together with your help, we can fill that gap.

Kingston’s MOVE 98.3 and the United Way of Kingston, Frontenac, Lennox & Addington are asking residents to donate these much needed products until March 16!


Where Does My Donation Go?:

All donations will be collected and distributed locally by volunteers with the United Way of KFL&A.

Locally, some of the agencies that have received donations so far include: Boys & Girls Club, Dawn House, Elizabeth Fry Society of Kingston, Girls Inc, HIV/AIDS Regional Services + Mobile Unit, Home Base Housing – One Roof, KCHC Pathways to Education, KHSC Detox, Kingston Interval House, Kingston Youth Shelter, L&A Interval House, Lunch by George, Maltby Centre, Martha’s Table, Partners in Mission Food Bank, Resolve Counselling Centres, Rural Frontenac Community Services, Southern Frontenac – Food Bank, Street Health, St. Vincent de Paul Society


When/What Can I Donate?:

From March 2 – March 16 you can donate pads, tampons, liners and other menstrual hygiene products, or make a monetary donation.


How/Where Can I Donate?:

To make a monetary donation online, click here.

To make a donation online, using the Tampon Tuesday Amazon Wishlist, click here.

To drop off a donation in person, visit any of these participating locations:

  • Shoppers Drug Mart locations in Napanee, Amherstview and throughout Kingston – look for donation box
  • United Way KFL&A office, 417 Bagot Street (back entrance): Monday to Friday from 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.
  • Secura Financial, 1375 Gardiners Road: Monday to Friday from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.
  • Cher-Mere Kingston locations, Downtown: 68 Brock Street, West End: 787 Blackburn Mews