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This “Bra Fairy” Posted a Plea on Facebook—Now She’s Collected Over 350,000 Bras for Women Across the World

When Dana Marlowe started to lose weight back in 2015, the co-founder of Accessibility Partners suddenly found herself needing a whole new set of bras.

In her search for new undergarments, she asked a saleswoman during a bra fitting if she knew what she could do with her unused ones—after which she happened upon a philanthropic opportunity she wasn’t expecting.

To Dana’s surprise, the woman expressed that there was quite a huge need in their community and nationwide for undergarments at homeless shelters. It seems that when people consider donations, they tend to think first about clothing, food, and personal hygiene supplies, while often forgetting about the unseen garments like bras, underwear, and menstrual products.

“I had never, ever in my life thought about what it must be like to be homeless on your period,” said Marlowe, whose wheels then started turning about how she could help these women in need.

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After a few closet searches and a convo with a friend, she quickly came up with a stack of 46 good-quality used bras ready for donation—but she wasn’t ready to stop there.

She went on to post a message on Facebook, asking her social media network of friends and family to join in her cause.

“That’s where things spiraled out of control,” says Marlowe.

Her personal mission to simply put her old bras to good use rapidly exploded into a global movement, as donations started to flood in faster than she could handle them.

That’s when Marlowe got the idea to launch “I Support the Girls,” a nonprofit dedicated to donating feminine hygiene products and bras to women in need all across the globe.

Now known as the “Bra Fairy,” Marlowe will never forget the reaction of one particular woman from a homeless shelter who put on a bra for the first time in decades with the help of I Support the Girls.

“She said, ‘Maybe if you make someone feel as though they are worth something, maybe they can feel as though they are worth something themselves,” Marlowe recalls.

She’s now donated over 350,000 bras to homeless women across the world.

“Having social justice, even in this very small way is very important,” says the Washington D.C. mother of two. “So if this brings somebody a little bit of happiness, that’s enough for me.”

If you’d like to join the mission of I Support The Girls, visit their website today to learn more.


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Speaking engagements: Dana Marlowe, founder and CEO of I Support the Girls, is a sought after speaker. She has spoken to dozens of organizations, governmental bodies and corporate  groups who want to hear more about our organization’s work and become involved. If you would like to book Dana as a speaker at your next event, please contact Laura Gross .

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National Coverage

  • Inside Edition (video):Maryland Woman Collects Bras And Pads For Those Who Can’t Afford Them
  • Teen Vogue:Organization “I Support The Girls” Helped Government Workers Who Couldn’t Afford Tampons During The Shutdown
  • Woman’s World:Everyday Heroes
  • Washington Post:The ‘Accidental Bra Fairy’ Has Helped Homeless Women For Years. Now She’s Helping Women Affected By The Shutdown.
  • Returning The Favor (Facebook Watch):The Bra Fairy
  • Jezebel:Shout Out To The ‘Bra Fairy’
  • Broadly:Furloughed Government Employees Are Running Out Of Menstrual Products 
  • The Associated Press (video): Maryland Woman Supports Others by Donating Bras
  • The Washington Post:The Once-Whispered Topic of Women’s Menstruation now has Political Cachet
  • Yahoo: ‘Support the Girls’ founder collects thousands of bras for homeless women
  • Babble:This “Bra Fairy” has Donated 350,000 Bras to Homeless Women all over the World 
  • Faithit:This “Bra Fairy” Posted a Plea on Facebook- Now She’s Collected Over 350,000 Bras for Women Across the World
  • Parade:Bra Fairy Donates 300,000 Garments to Women in Need
  • 60 Second Docs (video):Homeless Women Need Bras Too
  • USA Today: Homeless Women Need Bras. This Organization is Helping them get Support
  • KERA (NPR Dallas): Bras, Tampons and Dignity- A Grassroots Effort to Give Homeless Women More Support
  • Cosmopolitan Magazine: How I Donated 20,000 Bras to Homeless Women
  • Associated Press “The Big Story”: Woman leads effort to donate 20,000 bras to homeless women
  • NPR Marketplace: Homeless Donation Program Focuses on Essentials for Women
  • Newsweek: The Women Taking on Menstrual Equality
  • MSN:Homeless Women Need Bras. This Group is Helping
  • Univision- Noticias Entravision (Spanish): Dona más de 20 mil brasiers a mujeres indigentes
  • Yahoo Lifestyle:10 Female Focused Charities to Support in 2018
  • The Washington Post: Thanks to a donation of 1000 bras, homeless women get some extra support
  • USA Today: Maryland Woman Supports Others by Donating Bras
  • The Huffington Post:Homeless women can’t afford bras, so this advocate donated over 1,000 of them
  • Buisnesswire:Tampax Donates One Million Tampons to Girls and Women in Need Across the Nation in 30 Days
  • Huffington Post Impact:Hurricane Harvey Victims Need Diapers, Tampons and Pads Desperately
  • The Washington Times: Charity gives bras, feminine products to homeless
  • Yahoo News: Maryland Woman Supports Others by Donating Bras
  • Today Show: Maryland woman spearheads push to get bras and feminine products to the homeless
  • MSN News: Maryland Woman Supports Others by Donating Bras
  • NPR Here & Now (radio): Supporting Homeless Women With Undergarments
  • NationSwell: The Bra Fairy
  • Washington Times: Woman embarks on project to collect bras for homeless women
  • AJ+: Collecting Bra Donations
  • Attn: One Woman Just Tackled A Taboo Issue For Homeless Women
  • Marie Claire:One Woman, One Brilliant Idea


  • ABC 7- The Mother Side (Washington, D.C.):Magnificent Mom Spotlight: Dana Marlowe Of I Support The Girls
  • 7 News Gold Coast (Australia):Support The Girls Helping To Empower Women
  • ABC 7 Good Morning Washington (Washington, D.C.):Providing Bras and Hygiene Essentials to Hurricane Florence Victims
  • Fox 4 (Southwestern Florida):ACT Shelter Receives Over 1,000 Bras for Domestic Violence Victims in Fort Myers
  • Fox 13 (Salt Lake City, Utah):The 2nd Utah I Support the Girls Bra & Feminine Hygiene Drive
  • WJLA ABC 7 Morning Show (Washington, D.C.): I Support the Girls and the Need for Feminine Products in the Wake of Harvey
  • Eyewitness News 3 (Hartford, Connecticut):Support the Girls Donates Bras to Salvation Army in Hartford
  • Comcast Newsmakers (Indianapolis, Indiana): Homeless and Female- It’s Different For Girls
  • ABC4 TV (Utah):Southern Utah Raises Awareness for Victims of Domestic Violence
  • ABC6 (Columbus, Ohio):Women Working to Provide Essentials
  • KIDY Fox TV (Texas): Support the Girls
  • WJLA ABC 7 Morning Show (Washington, D.C.): Founder of Support the Girls, a.k.a. the “Bra Fairy,” talks charity for women in need
  • Wish-TV (Indianapolis, Indiana): Local Woman Turns Hobby into Full-Time Service Project; Continues to Collect Bras, Tampons
  • Salt Lake City Fox13 TV: Support the Girls- Donate Bras and Feminine Hygiene Products to those in Need 
  • WUSA9 TV (Washington, D.C.): More Companies Donating Feminine Hygiene Products to Support Local Organization
  • WWAY3 TV (Wilmington, North Carolina): Support the Girls Delivers 2,600 Tampons, Pads
  • Good4Utah: What to do with Old Bras and Extra Boxes of Tampons
  • DCW50 TV (Washington, D.C.): Maryland Mom Collects Thousands of Bras for Women, Girls in Need
  • ABC 2 News (Baltimore, Maryland): Silver Spring woman helps thousands “Support the Girls”

Local Coverage

  • 97.1 WASH-FM Radio (Washington, D.C.):Meet This Local Bra Fairy!
  • Whidbey News-Times (Whidbey, Washington): Oak Harbor Woman Collects Personal Items For Women In Need
  • Cape Cod Times (Cape Cod, Massachusetts):Woman’s Weight Loss Sparks Program That Donates Half Million Bras To Needy
  • The Telegraph (Alton, Illinois):2018 Women Of Distinction: It’s All About Support For Alexander
  • Murphy Messenger (Murphy, Texas):Murphy Supports The Girls
  • Advantage News (Godfrey, IL):Giving Is The Greatest Gift
  • Gold Coast Bulletin (Australia):Support The Girls Fundraiser
  • Washingtonian:This DC Nonprofit Is Providing Government Workers With Feminine Products
  • Flaire For Women (Alton, Illinois):Showing Support
  • Hood River News (Hood River, Oregon):Girls Up Collects Bras for Homeless this Month
  • The Intelligencer (Edwardsville, Illinois):Women Helping Women
  • The Telegraph (Alton, Illinois):Riverbend Agencies Come Out to Help Homeless 
  • KEZK Radio (St. Louis, Missouri):‘Bra Fairy’ Donates 300,000 Garments to Women in Need
  • Houstonia (Houston, Texas):This Local Lingerie Shop Donated Thousands Of Bras To Harvey Victims
  • Frederick News Post (Maryland): Donated Bras, Feminine products Sought for Women in Shelters
  • Rocky Mountain Collegian (Fort Collins, Colorado):Democratic Socialists for America Collect Hygiene Products for Homeless
  • New Haven Independent (New Haven, Connecticut):Homeless Outreach Gets a Lift
  • TC Plam (Florida):Junior League Collects Bras to Support the Girls
  • AZ Big Media (Arizona):Due to Lack of Feminine Hygiene Product Donations, Local Groups Team Up to Help Those in Need
  • Lawndale News(Chicago):Chicago Department of Public Health Launches Citywide Menstrual Equity Effort
  • Spectrum News(Central North Carolina):Giving Back- Support the Girls Receives Big Donation
  • Berkeley Beacon (Boston):Cheer Team Brings Bras to Homeless
  • The Spectrum(Southern Utah):Bra, Menstrual Product Drive for Women in Need Underway
  • The Telegraph (Illinois):Support the Girls-Edwardsville Kicking Off with Girls’ Night Out
  • Wicked Northborough (Massachusetts): Northborough Girls Leads Drive to Support the Girls
  • Texas Jewish Post (Dallas):Anshai sisterhood collecting bras for Mathilde’s Mentionables project
  • Maple Grove Patch (Minnesota): Maple Grove Mom Starts Nonprofit Affiliate to Help Homeless Women
  • AlestleLive (Illinois): Professor Collects Donations for Women in Need
  • Fort Wayne Journal Gazette (Indiana): Indy Woman Collecting Bras for Homeless
  • Coloradon (Colarado):Bill Could Eliminate Colarado’s Tampon Tax
  • Belleville News-Democrat (Edwardsville, Illinois): Local Group Seeks Bras and Feminine Products for Homeless Women
  • Central NC Spectrum News (North Carolina): Giving Back- Support the Girls Receives Big Donation
  • Edwardsville Intelligencer (Edwardsville, Illinois): Woman to Woman Effort Underway
  • Port City Daily (Wilmington, North Carolina): Southeastern North Carolina Women Team Up to Support the Girls
  • Herald-Times (Bloomington, Indiana): Bloomingtom Woman Supports the Girls with Bra, Feminine Hygiene Product Drive
  • NC Spectrum News (North Carolina): Support the Girls Chapter Gets Help From Wilmington Business
  • Wilmington Star News (Wilmington, North Carolina): Woman Gathers Bras, Feminine Products for Needy

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Blogs, Business and Niche

  • Inspire More: D.C. Woman Ignites Movement To Get Homeless Women Much Needed Help
  • The Forward:Meet The ‘Accidental Bra Fairy,’ Providing Women In Need With A Different Kind Of Support
  • Righteous Crowd:Dana Marlowe, Founder And Executive Director Of I Support The Girls
  • Maybe I’ll Shower Today:Nobody Should Ever Have To Choose Between Tampons And A Meal
  • Thrive Global:Social Impact Heroes: Dana Marlowe Is Helping To Restore The Dignity Of Homeless Women And Girls
  • The Penny Pack:Raising Compassionate Sons- Why Period Education Is Critical For Boys
  • Idealist Careers:How One Social Media Post Sparked A Movement
  • The Penny Pack:Raising Compassionate Sons: Why Period Education Is Critical For Boys
  • Idealist Careers:How One Social Media Post Sparked A Movement
  • Media, Entertainment, Arts Worldwide:Regina Hall Talks About Her New Film ‘Support The Girls’
  • True&Co.:#WCW: Dana Marlowe, I Support The Girls
  • Scary Mommy:Why We Need To Talk To Our Sons About Women’s Periods And How To Do It
  • Fem Founder:Q&A With Dana Marlowe
  • MyLola:How to Make an Impact this Galentine’s Day
  • Dallas Observer:Networking Group That Time of the Month Helps Homeless Women get the Feminine Care They Need
  • Crixeo:6 Important Causes to Recognize on World Day of Social Justice
  • Little Guide Detroit:Why I Teach My Son To ‘Support The Girls’
  • Vocally:Women Beahving Badassly- Dana Marlowe Supports Homeless Girls & Their ‘Girls’ by Donating Gently Used Bras
  • Society for the Protection and Care of Children (Rochester, NY):Providing Hope
  • Women You Should Know:This Accidental “Bra Fairy” Has Donated 300,000 Bras And 1.1 Million Menstrual Products To Women In Need
  • Circa (video):Looking to Donate to Hurricane Harvey Victims? Don’t Forget the Tampons
  • Domestic Shelters:She’s Giving Survivors A Lift
  • Scary Mommy:Women Impacted by Harvey Need Tampons- Here’s How You Can Help
  • MyLola:Periods Don’t Stop for Hurricanes and Neither Does Lola
  • Empty Nest Blessed:Simple and Free Ways to Give to Others
  • All Events Philadelphia:Singchronize Valentine’s Bake Sale and FHP/Bra Drive
  • Circa:Looking to Donate to Hurricane Harvey Victims? Don’t Forget the Tampons
  • Dcist:Maryland Woman Has Organized the Donation of a Million Bras, Tampons and Maxipads
  • Tech Savvy Mama:How 4 Words Turned Into Support the Girls
  • Kveller: This Jewish Mom Has Donated Thousands of Bras & Tampons to Homeless Women
  • Bustle:LIVELY is Donating 20,000 Bras to Homeless Women
  • Intimately Soma blog: Uplifting Women: Dana Marlowe, Founder of Support the Girls
  • Detroit Hub:SE Michigan Residents Donate More Than 24,000 Health and Hygiene Products for Homeless
  • Eloquii:Cleaning Out Your Closet? Read this First.
  • Insider:This Lingerie Company Plans to Donate 20,000 Bras to Homeless Women 
  • Mile High Jess: Support the Girls
  • Winsome and Canny:How We Can Help the Women Affected by Hurricane Harvey
  • Romper:Parents Still Need Diapers, Pads and Tampons After Hurricane Harvey- Here’s How to Send Them
  • Hello Flo: An Interview with Dana Marlowe
  • Kveller: How I Ended Up Donating Over 1,000 Bras to the Homeless
  • Veeda Blog: Support the Girls and Veeda
  • The Good People Fund blog: An UPLIFTING story
  • Bustle: LIVELY Teams up with Support the Girls to Help Female Victims in Need
  • BARB: Interview with Dana Marlowe of Support the Girls
  • I Am That Girl: Hot Topics- Helping the Homeless
  • The Week (page 4): The Week: November 15
  • The Nation: Why Are We Paying Sales Tax on Tampons?
  • The Stir: ‘Support the Girls’ Campaign Donates More Than 1,000 Bras To Women in Need
  • Inspirational Connection with Sharmaine Bernard:Uplift and Support
  • Burners Without Borders:Support the Girls Detroit- We Did!
  • Little Things: Meet The “Bra Fairy,” Who Helps Homeless Women Navigate Female Issues
  • Judy G. Becker Blog: Dana Marlowe: Professional Mensch,* Raising Two of Her Own
  • Womanista:Advocate for the homeless donates over 1,000 bras
  • Goodnet: This Woman Collects Bras to Help Homeless Women [Q&A]
  • Economic World: Homeless Women Often Can’t Afford Bras. So This Advocate Donated Over 1,000 Of Them
  • Arch Street Press: Innovate Podcast: Dana Marlowe and Accessibility Partners: Providing Access for the Disabled
  • iHeartRadio’s The Bobby Jones Show: The nationally -syndicated DJ on iHeartRadio’s country stations discussed ‘Support the Girls’ on November 5, 2015 in the “Tell me something good” morning segment.
  • Democratic Underground: Homeless Women Often Can’t Afford Bras. So This Advocate Donated Over 1,000 Of Them
  • Rochester Institute of Technology Magazine: ‘Bra fairy’ helps support homeless women
  • Amazyble: Woman Collects Feminine Products to Donate to the Homeless
  • The Daily Saint: Spotlight on Dana Marlowe
  • Forgot to Think: She Finds Out A Homeless Woman Has Her Period, But No Hygiene Products. That’s When She Does This…
  • Hollywood Gossip Wire: Homeless Women Often Can’t Afford Bras. So This Advocate Donated Over 1,000 Of Them
  • Hero Fuel:Uplifting homeless women with bra donations
  • Lumi: Woman Leads Push To Get Bras And Feminine Products To Homeless
  • VAV News: Homeless Women Often Can t Afford Bras. So This Advocate Donated Over 1,000 Of Them
  • Circle Insider: 1000 Bras Donation Making A Difference For Homeless Women
  • Highbeam:A Little Lift for the Homeless
  • Guide Travel News: Homeless Women Often Can t Afford Bras. So This Advocate Donated Over 1,000 Of Them
  • Health Mag: Homeless Women Often Can’t Afford Bras. So This Advocate Donated Over 1,000 Of Them
  • Donation Items Women’s Shelters Really Need
  • Hope for Women Magazine: Spotlight | Support the Girls
  • Wardrobe Oxygen: GivingTuesday and Support the Girls
  • Thrive DC: Support the Girls: Donating Bras for Homeless Women
  • Merryland: Give a Little Respect
  • Omeleto: A Homeless Woman Has Her Period, But No Tampons. Now Watch What a Stranger Does
  • Heartti: Homeless Woman Has Her Period, But No Tampons. Now Watch What A Stranger Does
  • WPTZ News: Feminine products not a priority for homeless women, but the ‘Bra Fairy’ knows they’re needed
  • ProTV: A strans peste 8 000 de sutiene si aproximativ 30 000 de produse de igiena intima. Motivul pentru care face acest lucru
  • Gandul: A strans peste 8 000 de sutiene si aproximativ 30 000 de produse de igiena intima. Motivul pentru care face acest lucru
  • Care2: This Woman Has Collected 40,000 Feminine Products for Homeless Women
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This Accidental “Bra Fairy” Has Donated 300,000 Bras And 1.1 Million Menstrual Products To Women In Need

By Dana Marlowe – It’s Friday afternoon, and I’m supposed to have company stay at my house for the weekend. I move to tidy up the guest room until I remember what it has become: the hive that is I Support the Girls. What’s buzzing in that hive? Oh, 12,000 bras, give or take a few hundred, and nearly 50,000 individual menstrual products comprising ‘Mount Maxipad’. Suffice it to say, I no longer have usable furniture—the bureau is permanently blocked by the continuous stream of donations I collect for women and girls in need around the world.

I Support the Girls just hit its second anniversary, and it’s been a whirlwind of unprecedented success in outreach, advocacy, and education. But despite being surrounded by pushup bras and lacy camisoles, this isn’t sexy work. I Support the Girls was created to provide bras and menstrual products to homeless and low-income women in need. We were founded in 2015, by chance. I regularly juggle a taxing workweek, raising two young boys, a few entrepreneurial groups, a husband, and I live in a busy area. You typically don’t get to choose when inspiration strikes in our over scheduled world, and that’s exactly what happened to me.

As can be so common when we multitask and put ourselves last on our the list, I gained weight. Once I noticed, I decided to embark on a year of revised healthy mind/body focus. I dropped a considerable amount of weight, but what they don’t tell you on the packages of steamed vegetables is that you should prepare for your bra size to decrease. After some loose straps getting in the way, I went to get fitted properly at a bra store, which was life-changing in the most unexpected way.

I certainly didn’t mean to start a national non-profit or global NGO, but sometimes accidents happen.

As I was getting sized, I asked the sales associate if I could do anything with my drawer full of older bras. She shared four words that changed everything for me. “Homeless women need bras.” Like the butterfly effect, she had no idea that her words would inspire a movement that would become I Support the Girls, and me to become the “Bra Fairy”.

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When I got home, I called a homeless shelter in D.C. and said, “I went on your website and it says you don’t need undergarments, but I have 16 nice, gently used bras. I don’t know if you need them or would accept them…”, and the man on the phone relied, “Yes!” before I could finish the question. He said, “No one donates bras. We’ll take them. Do you also have menstrual products?” I sure did, but it was only my donation at this point. I wondered if anyone else would pitch in?

To test my question, I put a post out on Facebook in early July, explaining what I had just learned – that homeless women need bras and menstrual hygiene products – and that if anyone wanted to give me any donations, I would take them in. My status exploded. I equate it to lightning in a bottle. People said that they would ask all their friends to donate or that they would bring the idea to their workplace.

By mid-July, with a glass of wine in hand, I created a Facebook page called Support the Girls (get it?), thinking it was tongue-in-cheek, with my goal being to centralize the donations. Suddenly, it was September, and all these bras were pouring in. I was doing porch pickups and collections were happening at companies, schools, colleges, synagogues, and churches. My 16 bras turned into over 1,000 bras and over 7,000 menstrual hygiene products in no time. I thought that was A LOT… but boy, was I wrong!

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Our first donation was in October 2015, and our numbers have continued to skyrocket from there. In these last two years, we’ve grown from my initial basement headquarters in Maryland to 50 national affiliates across the U.S. and 5 international partners – women across the globe banding together to help supply bras and menstrual products to women in need.

But why bras? Why tampons? Two answers: they are expensive, and nobody thinks to donate them. Chalk it up the taboos surrounding breasts and menstruation, but they are often invisible items that are so dire to the health, dignity, and self-esteem of all women. Homeless women are some of the most invisible and marginalized segments of our populations. This makes the need twice as great.

But why bras? Why tampons? Two answers: they are expensive, and nobody thinks to donate them. Chalk it up the taboos surrounding breasts and menstruation…

Now two years later, I am still stunned by the global storm of advocacy. The ask for I Support the Girls is so easy, and while it never goes unanswered, the need continues to grow. To that end, we have expanded the platform of I Support the Girls to collect not just for homeless women and girls, but also for disaster relief, breast cancer patients, correctional facilities, refugees, girls fleeing cults, and anywhere a woman faces the tough choice of a hot meal or a maxi pad. We also recognize that not all women have periods and not all people who have periods are women, so we are fervent supports of transgender organizations. To date, we have donated over 300,000 bras; 50,000 pair of underwear; and over 1.1 MILLION maxipads and tampons to over 300 vetted charity organizations globally.

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I certainly didn’t mean to start a national non-profit or global NGO, but sometimes accidents happen. I Support the Girls has been a lesson in empathy for me. What I’ve seen has rattled me to the core in such a positive light. I know I can’t end homelessness, but armed with the fierce team that makes up I Support the Girls, we’re pushing forth our message that homeless women have a right to health and dignity, one bra and tampon at a time.

About The Author

Dana Marlowe is the Founder & Executive Director of I Support the Girls, the President of Accessibility Partners, a company that hires people with disabilities to help make technology like websites and mobile apps more accessible and usable for people with disabilities, and a staunch human rights advocate. You can connect with her and support her mission on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram.

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