Toronto, ON – November 5, 2014
Mother Nature Partnership presents its second Question Period trivia night on Tuesday, December 2, 2014 at The Drake Underground (1150 Queen Street West) for $15, hosted by Orphan Black’s Kristian Bruun and The Animal Project’s Hannah Cheesman.
With a range of general knowledge and period-related questions, teams of four will compete against each other during three rounds of 10 trivia questions. Prizes will be awarded to teams with the most correct answers and the best name. Tickets can be purchased at: http://bit.ly/1i6929A
Mother Nature Partnership is a leader in menstrual heath programming that empowers women and girls to live their lives to the fullest by connecting individuals with access to healthy and informed menstrual health care. This evening of trivia will raise vital funds that will go directly to providing 1,000 girls with menstrual health programming at five high schools in Cameroon in January 2015.
“Mother Nature Partnership is a feminist organization that allows girls to go to school, and allows women to work a job, make money and support themselves when menstruating,” says Cheesman. “Can you imagine being shut out of your daily routine simply because you don’t have the pads, tampons or cup you need? Nope, me neither. So let’s make it unimaginable for every single person on earth.”
Mother Nature Partnership believes every woman and girl in the world should be free to live her life to the fullest. In 2014, its programming, with funding from the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation, provided 5,000 women in Cameroon with health information and reusable menstrual supplies, empowering them to fully participate in all aspects of life in their community. When equipped with healthy menstrual care, girls are free to attend school and women are free to earn a living, laying a strong foundation for a life of knowledge and self-sufficiency.
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