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For their latest Random Act of Kindness, Carl Wastie and Zoe Brown of The Flash Drive partnered with The Dis-Chem Foundation to deliver sanitary pads to the underprivileged school girls of Soneike High School in Kuilsriver, Cape Town.

watch the video below!

In his show, Carl Wastie spoke with Sherry Saltzman, Trustee of the Dis-Chem Foundation and CEO of Imbumba Foundation and founder of Caring4Girls Richard Mabaso about the importance and impact of the initiative.

listen to the full interview below!

You can donate sanitary towels between June 17 and July 31 this year to make sure that no girl misses school because of her gender. The Dis-Chem Foundation has placed branded drop off bins in over 130 Dis-Chem Pharmacies countrywide.

Major feminine hygiene product suppliers: Always, Kotex, Lil-lets, Stayfree and Libresse have once again committed to matching in-store purchases of their products Like for Like.

Last year, 10 million pads were donated through the Million Comforts initiative.

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