We addressed the lack of female hygiene supplies to underprivileged women in our community. It has always been difficult to know that there have been over 1200 people in the Long Beach/Carson area that have been homeless, and that around 40% of them are women with no available supplies to support them. Because of this, women are forced to resort to unsanitary products such as dirty socks or tissues as a substitute. We also noticed how that out of all of the schools in our district, our school was the only one that did not have a free pad/tampon dispenser. From doing our research, we discovered that an individual spends over $7000 each year to cover standard necessities for having a menstrual cycle, such as pads, tampons, and pantyliners. In addition, we saw that a Pink Tax was placed on a majority of the states in America, which simply shows how significant and damaging this issue has been to society. We knew that we wanted to give back to all of the underprivileged women in the community, and after considering that there was a homeless shelter for women at our neighboring city of Long Beach, we were able to find a focus and audience for our project. Not only did we want to help and give back to underprivileged women, but we also wanted to bring attention to these issues to people in our school and community, so that more people would become aware of the impact of these issues and find a way to contribute to this problem in our area. Based on our research and common issues in our local community, these aspects became the focal point for our project.