Welcome to All Cycles
Our goal is to provide menstrual products to the homeless and income insecure, as these products are rarely donated to shelters.
We also strive to destigmatize menstruation and dissociate it from an inherently feminine experience.
Want Products Delivered?
We know things have been tough during the COVID-19 epidemic. We're now offering free delivery of menstrual products to those that need them!Request Delivery
Lots of Products to Go Around!
Our friend @behrwithme graciously donated us a shelving unit, and boy, are we grateful! This is Coehn's dining room in its current state. There are still more products uncounted, and therefore not on this wall. If you are in need of menstrual products, please fill out our request form on our Facebook page. We have LOTS to go around. If you know of an organization that is trans-inclusive and not yet on our beneficiary list, please let us know!
Donations from Camp Pekiwewin
It took a couple hours, but we have counted all the menstrual products and other accessories we received from @pekiwewin and @treaty6outreach today. This week, we will be hosting a giveaway in celebration of the total donation count. Keep an eye out for us. We are feeling such overwhelming love for our community. We spent some time cleaning up camp today and met a ton of lovely volunteers and community members. Please continue to donate money, time, and/or resources to Camp Pekiwewin. They are doing incredible work. To learn more about Camp Pekiwewin's mission, head over to their Instagram to read their demands. 💖
DONATION BIN ANNOUNCEMENT
Hi, everyone. We are disappointed to announce that we will no longer have donation bins at @aradiayeg Aradia Fitness was recently sent a call to action letter (link below) asking for improvements to make the studios a safer space for all, with a focus on LGBTQ2S+ and BIPOC individuals. When this letter was released publicly, Aradia Fitness remained silent about their public harm. The letter writers were villainized and faced verbal harassment, including threats of physical violence from students. No matter what was said, Aradia made no unprompted effort to stop the harassment from happening. Eventually, anyone who asked them questions through social media for accountability on the calls to action, were blocked. Some were blocked simply for sharing the call to action letter, with no added commentary. Despite being told repeatedly that private conversations had been tried before and nothing came of them, Aradia insisted that they would not address anyone on social media. It has reached a point where the original calls to action are on the back burner, as the community is more concerned about their efforts to silence any and all dissenting voices. Through their actions as well as their inaction, Aradia Fitness has made it clear to us they will not protect their queer, trans, and BIPOC students. When it comes down to the tough conversations, white fragility has been weaponized against BIPOC students, and anyone else trying to make Aradia a safer space for all. Their allyship is optical at best, and imaginary at worst. All Cycles Edmonton acknowledges that anti-racism is a daily practice. It requires action that isn't always comfortable, but is always necessary. We are committed to engaging in that work. For this reason, we cannot in good conscience continue to work with Aradia Fitness. Check our website for donation bin locations: http://allcyclesyeg.ca/donate/ Call to action letter: https://m.facebook.com/story.php?story_fbid=10156879932355947&id=518240946
Rarica Now Fundraiser
Our friends at @raricanow are fundraising to support another extremely vulnerable group in our city: LGBTQ+ refugees. In light of COVID-19, many are facing starvation. If you are able, please consider donating to them. Check their page for links to the gofundme!