Hey Kali Girls,
It's Jonna, the CEO and Co-Founder of Kali. Kali was founded on the idea that women need tampons every month like clockwork and never have one when they need one. When it's that time of the month, most of us end up wadding toilet paper in our underwear, dragging ourselves to the nearest CVS, and having that awkward moment with the guy at the check-out counter.
When we were creating Kali to eliminate this problem, we didn't think much about what was in our tampons. We used the brand our mother's did. We were drinking our green juice, downing probiotics, and sweating through 75 minutes of hot yoga-yet when it came to our monthly period, we're shoving a chlorine bleached wad of pesticide ridden cotton up our V. Contradiction? Absolutely. It started to make us question how many women out there are doing the same thing.
At Kali, we're on a mission to empower and educate women about what they are putting in their bodies. We want to band together with the other organic tampon companies in the Tampon Revolution and spread awareness of the benefits of using organic tampons, while giving the everyday she-woman a break from running to the store on her period.
Kali doesn't just automate another annoying task on our to-do list every month. Kali symbolizes a tampon revolution, female empowerment, and education about wellness. Kali girls have a forum to find information, learn about what's going on in the world of wellness, and be educated about their options and rights as a woman.
Thank you for supporting us!!
For every box sold, Kali is dedicated to donating sanitary products to homeless shelters throughout the US with the help of our Girl Up partnership. We, as a collective group, need to band together to help women less fortunate than ourselves. Kali is all about Women helping Women. Stay tuned...we have some exciting projects in the works!
In 2016, Kali partnered with Girl Up, the United Nations Foundation’s adolescent girl campaign, donating a $1 a box to their amazing cause. Girl Up supports the empowerment of girls everywhere. Since its launch in 2010, the campaign has funded UN programs that promote the health, safety, education, and leadership of girls in developing countries and built a community of nearly half a million passionate advocates - including Girl Up Global Advocates Her Majesty Queen Rania Al Abdullah of Jordan and Latin American business leader Angélica Fuentes. Our youth leaders, representing more than 1200 Girl Up Clubs in 66 countries, stand up, speak up, and rise up to support the hardest to reach girls living in places where it is hardest to be a girl. Learn more at GirlUp.org.