Moon Time Sisters Saskatchewan

Moon Time Sisters was started by Métis woman, Nicole Racette White, after she read a story about young women missing school because they lacked menstrual products.  She launched the inaugural chapter in Saskatchewan in January 2017. Our volunteer-led organization partners with over 25 northern Indigenous communities in Saskatchewan, Alberta, Manitoba, and the North West Territories to supply people who menstruate with free period products. Moon Time Sisters Saskatchewan works with high schools, health care centres, women’s shelters, and community programs to ensure these products are accessible to the community. 
All items are collected through personal, business, school, or organizational drives throughout the year. Every March, we complete an annual drive where we take in all Moon Time related items such as pads, tampons, cloth pads, and menstrual cups.  These items are sent to the partner communities free of charge, and are funded by our monetary donations. 
All other hygiene items that are not sent north are given to community-based organizations in Saskatoon.
Together we have raised and sent over 500,000 items to remote northern communities. 

2020 Donation Drive Update

 

Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, our next collection drive will be hosted in the spring of 2021. In the meantime, you can help with shipping costs on already purchased and donated products that we have! See the form below. 

 

Nicole White, Founder of Moon Time Sisters

Nicole White, Founder of Moon Time Sisters

Mission and Goals

  • provide affordable menstrual products to women and girls living in northern communities
  • promote the power and solidarity of women living in northern Indigenous communities
  • Organize collection drives and packing parties throughout the province of Saskatchewan 
  • collect, organize and send menstrual product donations  

Apply for Menstrual Products from Moon Time Sisters

Saskatchewan Chapter