Tampon Tuesday

8th Annual Tampon Tuesday collection drive starts March 1st, 2024

Proudly hosted by United Way Saskatoon & Area and the Saskatoon & District Labour Council 

Tampon Tuesday (TT) is a registered trademark of Bell Media. The initiative is a unique way of bringing the local community together to support people with periods. Since 2017, United Way Centraide Canada and the Canadian Labour Congress have partnered with Bell to use this trademark for period product collection and distribution initiatives across Canada. TT profiles the basic need for all individuals to have access to necessary period products and the challenges faced by many to obtain or purchase them. Through this initiative, volunteers and donors like you have distributed tens of thousands of period products to people in need through community-based organizations and schools in Saskatoon and surrounding area.



Nearly 23,000 packages
have been distributed since 2017.


That’s an estimated
value of over $112,800!

3 Ways to Get Involved


During the month of March, collect period products with your friends, family, and/or colleagues. Schedule a collection pick-up by contacting United Way of Saskatoon and Area at 306-975-7700 or email office@unitedwaysaskatoon.ca. See our collection drive kit below for resources.


Make a financial donation online and United Way will purchase boxes of pads and tampons to distribute on your behalf. You can also mail a cheque to 100-506 25th Street East Saskatoon, SK S7K 4A7.


Visit your local Shoppers Drug Mart store between March 2nd to 18th to purchase period products and donate in-store. Donation drop-off bins will be located at the front of the store for your convenience. See map below.

Collection Drive Kit

Use these resources to assist you in your own Tampon Tuesday collection drive!
Don’t forget to tag us on social!

2023 Recipients

Aberdeen Composite School
Allan Composite School
Bedford Road Collegiate
Bethlehem High School
Blaine Lake Composite School
Clavet Composite School
Dalmeny Elementary School
Dalmeny High School
Delisle Elementary School
Elizabeth Fry Society
Estey School
Good Neighbours Food Centre (Rosthern)

Hague Elementary School
Hague High School
Langham High School
Leask Composite School
Lighthouse Supported Living
Martensville Elementary Schools (x2)
Metis Nation of Saskatchewan
Mount Royal Collegiate
Nutana Collegiate
Osler School
Prairie Harm Reduction
Prairie Harm Reduction Youth Home
Prince Albert Queen Mary Elementary School
St. Mary’s Wellness & Education Centre

St. Mary’s Pediatric Clinic
St. Mark Community School
Saskatoon Crisis Intervention Services
Saskatoon Friendship Inn
Saskatoon Sexual Health
The Princess Shop
Wahkohtowin School
Warman Middle School
Warman High School
Westside Community Centre


Please contact Janina Anderson, Office Administrator, at 306-975-7700 or office@unitedwaysaskatoon.ca

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