For the second consecutive year the Southeast Kansas chapter of the National Organization for Women is collecting menstrual products throughout the month of February. They call the donation drive, ‘A Bloody Good Cause’. The organization is donating the products they receive to the Wesley House, an outreach mission that serves the low-income and homeless population of Pittsburg, Kansas. The donated products are also being distributed to the middle schools of Pittsburg Community Schools USD 250 to ensure that female students have safe and clean products that are free of charge. SEK Now is working to raise awareness that menstrual products are a basic need for all women and not a luxury. Jesse Schultz joined KRPS’s Morning Edition to speak about why SEK NOW feels so strongly about ensuring that women of all levels of income, whether they be homeless or a teenager have access to menstrual products and we learn about how you can help.