The team are joined by Gabby Edlin, who founded the charity Bloody Good Period in 2016. The organisation aims to supply period products to those who can’t afford them; provide menstrual education to those less likely to access it; and to “help everybody talk about periods”.
Gabby explains why she refuses to use traumatic stories to fundraise; her hope that BGP’s work will be done within a decade, and how Covid-19 has made her rethink how her organisation operates.
Good Charity, Bad Charity is presented by Keith Davis, Camilla McGibbon and David Prest. It is produced by Dan Hardoon at Whistledown and supported by the Centre for Charity Effectiveness. Bloody Good Period's website is https://www.bloodygoodperiod.com/