Being a hostage to hygiene stifles the education and esteem that poor girls need

The Commercial Appeal sheds some light on the issue of period poverty in Memphis and Shelby County.

“The fact that Richey and Cloud started Sister Supply to help homeless women endure their menstrual cycles but that it now mostly helps schoolgirls speaks volumes about the pervasiveness of poverty in Shelby County.“

Click here to read the full article by Tonyaa Weathersbee originally published on September 18, 2018.

Sister Supply on ioby blog

We had the honor of being featured in ioby's learn from a Leader series.  Click here to check it out.

"The more specific your focus, the more people will be able to relate to your message and the easier it will be to talk about your project. It’s the “do one thing and do it well” philosophy." - Nikii Richey, co-founder, Sister Supply


The Flow Show - Two Old Friends

A benefit concert for Sister Supply

Featuring golden oldies from Sonny Gentry and George Parks. These guys have been playing music together for 52 years. It's bound to be a blast!!

$10 suggested donation. All donations go directly to Sister Supply, providing tampons, pads and panties to women in need. Necessities. Period.

June Donation For Trinity Community Coalition Outreach

Sister Supply's June Donation (pads, tampons & underwear) has been delivered to Trinity Community Coalition Outreach. 

This is our second delivery to Trinity and our first big underwear delivery ever. 

Learn more about Trinity, our worthy beneficiary, at

In May we delivered supplies to the Community Alliance for the Homeless (CAFTH). Learn more about the CAFTH