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  • PERIOD.'s estimated annual revenue is currently $62.4M per year.(i)
  • PERIOD.'s estimated revenue per employee is $297,000

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  • PERIOD. has 210 Employees.(i)
  • PERIOD. grew their employee count by 27% last year.
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PERIOD is a global youth-run 501(c)3 public charity that strives to provide and celebrate menstrual hygiene through advocacy, education, and servicethrough the global distribution of menstrual hygiene products and engagement of youth leadership through a nationwide network of campus chapters. In the last two years, we have addressed over 251,000 periods through 100 nonprofit partners in 42 states and 25 countries, and we have 200+campus chapter at universities and high schools around the United States. In Portland, our organization is the sole provider of menstrual products to a majority of the non-profit partners in the entire Portland Region like Central City Concern, Rose Haven, Union Gospel Mission just to name a few. Every weekend, a volunteer team travels along our designated routes making deliveries to some of our partner organizations and directly to homeless women in need.



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