Some of the cup companies are involved in charity donations.
Femmecup has been donating to various charities. Including providing cups to women in Uganda and to New Zealand following the earthquakes.
Donates a softcup to a girl in Africa for every box of softcups sold.
In 2012 Juju donated 1000 cups to Days for Girls, and has donated cups to homeless women
Each year a portion of profits is given to each Mooncup team member, who chooses a charity to donate it to.
Mpower do charitable works in South Africa.
My Own Cup
Has the “Inkululeko Project” which donates cups to schoolgirls in South Africa.
Menstrual Cup Donation projects
People can purchase cups which are then donated (or can be delivered if you’re traveling in areas where they are needed). Seemingly using the Cheap Chinese cups.
Looks like Lunette, RubyCup and Mooncup might be donating to this cause.
Distributing Ruby Cups in Nepal
Country of origin: South Africa
Composition: Unknown – website says: “The Medical grade, non-absorbant material does not contain any silicone, proteins, PVC, latex, bleach, deodorant or absorbing gels and is therefore hypoallergenic.”
Dimensions: 45mm diameter
Stem: Flat Tab (Different to other cups)
Measuring Lines: Unknown
Cost (RRP): R 205.00
Been around since: Unknown (1014?)
Unique Design?: Yes (This cup design has not been seen in other brands of cup)
Other Details: Website doesn’t say what the cups are made from.