Helping Girls Maintain Their Health & Dignity

Free Menstrual Products For Those Facing Period Poverty


The Girl Flo Project is a grassroots initiative started by Rickards High School student Amaya Waymon to provide feminine products to female students who lack access or have an unexpected menstual emergency.


Menstruation Matters Mondays: Growing Awareness & Sustainability of The Girl Flo Project.

The Flo Table Talk: 2nd & 4th Fridays, 6pm – The Flo Table Talk will be giving background and insight about menstrual equity and how to stop period poverty – with a focus on promoting period positivity. 

Amaya J. Waymon


Team Members

Join The Girl Flo Team by representing your school. Contact Amaya!

Email: thegirlfloproject@gmail.com


In the News

 4/13/2021 – Leon County Schools Transportation Department Collection Effort

4/9/2021- Fasig Brooks:  Amaya Waymon; The Girl Flo

4/4/2021 – KCK Inspiring Moments: Amaya Waymon; The Girl Flo Project

3/30/2021-The Famuan: Local teen lobbying lawmakers

3/18/2021-Tallahassee Democrat: Leon Schools students say it’s time to end ‘period poverty’ with free pads, tampons.

3/17/2021- Women Wednesdays: Learning and Living with Dignity; Ending Period Poverty

1/20/21 – Tallahassee Democrat: The Girl Flo: Rickards students steps up to solve a problem at area schools.



It is our honor to support Amaya and her teammates as they work to grow awareness and impact of The Girl Flo Project, and showcase how young women are creating a better future for HER! Barbara Wescott, Founder, Women Wednesdays



Secure Online:  http://weblink.donorperfect.com/girlflo

Mail Checks, Request via Email: thegirlfloproject@gmail.com 

An average box of pads costs $7 to $10!

Please help purchase products shipped directly to The Girl Flo that we will place in area school or to women and girls in need. 

The Girl Flo Project – Amazon Custom Gift List

Special Thanks to our Sponsors:

Grip Tape Youth, Karma for Cara, Rosanne Wood, Fasig and Brooks Law Offices, Leon County Schools Transportation Department, FSU Alpha Chi Omega Sorority, 2nd United States Colored Troops, Tallahassee National Panhellenic Council, Beta Alpha Lota Zeta Chapter, Zeta Phi Beta Sorority Inc, Beta Delta Sigma Chapter of Sigma Gamma Rho Sorority Inc, Bible Based Church Tallahassee, National Association of University Women Tallahassee Branch, Women Wednesdays


Special Thanks to our Patrons:

Bailey Wagoner, Britain Riley, Diamond Horne, Dr.Malinda James, Dr.Shonteral Redmond, Hazel Blumberg-McKee, Jennifer Sue Butler, Kaylin’s Caring Konnection, Laquita Cohen-Dupree, Miriam Davis, Paula Deboles-Johnson, Racheal Farmer, Regina-Randolph Hollis, Tamara Bertrand Jones

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