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Partners

Making a difference doesn’t happen overnight. And we can't do it alone. That's why we work with some incredible partners.

Plan International

An organisation that works for children's rights and equality for girls. Most notable is their Girls Get Equal initiative, it’s a five-year initiative calling for girls’ increased power, voice and leadership at the decision-making table whilst also promoting the actions of all young people for gender equality.

The Cup

They are a non-profit organisation with a mission to educate and empower girls living in challenging environments in Kenya. By supporting them with life skills, training and access to menstrual cups. Here’s what their CEO and Founder, Camilla Wirseen, has to say about the collaboration, “It is the right of all women to be able to handle their periods in a safe and hygienic way. Together with Monki and Lunette, The Cup Foundation will be able to make a real difference and help even more girls living in poverty to stay in school.”

Lunette

Lunette is a Finnish, female-run company that has developed the menstrual cup. A user-friendly, safe, reusable and ecological alternative to pads and tampons. Here’s what their CEO and Founder, Heli Kurjanen, has to say, “Partnering with a company like Monki is something we have dreamed of for years. Monki shares our mission to have honest and inspiring conversations about menstruation so that we can motivate period positivity and change the world one cup at a time.”

Mental Health Europe (MHE)

Mental Health Europe is an independent network that works to advocate for the rights of people living with mental health illnesses, and to build positive awareness to end the stigma surrounding mental health. MHE works alongside those that use and work in mental services to bring their voices forward to policy makers, with the mission to make the necessary change toward more mental health friendly policies.

RFSU

We teamed up with RFSU (Swedish Association for Sexuality Education) on a limited-edition capsule of tees and tote-bags. Featuring two mission statements – ‘This body got rights’ and ‘Handle with love & respect’, we think everyone has the right to own their body, to know their rights and to wear them with pride, no matter the situation.

Salute sisterhood! › Partners

Partners

Making a difference doesn’t happen overnight. And we can't do it alone. That's why we work with some incredible partners.

Plan International

An organisation that works for children's rights and equality for girls. Most notable is their Girls Get Equal initiative, it’s a five-year initiative calling for girls’ increased power, voice and leadership at the decision-making table whilst also promoting the actions of all young people for gender equality.

The Cup

They are a non-profit organisation with a mission to educate and empower girls living in challenging environments in Kenya. By supporting them with life skills, training and access to menstrual cups. Here’s what their CEO and Founder, Camilla Wirseen, has to say about the collaboration, “It is the right of all women to be able to handle their periods in a safe and hygienic way. Together with Monki and Lunette, The Cup Foundation will be able to make a real difference and help even more girls living in poverty to stay in school.”

Lunette

Lunette is a Finnish, female-run company that has developed the menstrual cup. A user-friendly, safe, reusable and ecological alternative to pads and tampons. Here’s what their CEO and Founder, Heli Kurjanen, has to say, “Partnering with a company like Monki is something we have dreamed of for years. Monki shares our mission to have honest and inspiring conversations about menstruation so that we can motivate period positivity and change the world one cup at a time.”

Mental Health Europe (MHE)

Mental Health Europe is an independent network that works to advocate for the rights of people living with mental health illnesses, and to build positive awareness to end the stigma surrounding mental health. MHE works alongside those that use and work in mental services to bring their voices forward to policy makers, with the mission to make the necessary change toward more mental health friendly policies.

RFSU

We teamed up with RFSU (Swedish Association for Sexuality Education) on a limited-edition capsule of tees and tote-bags. Featuring two mission statements – ‘This body got rights’ and ‘Handle with love & respect’, we think everyone has the right to own their body, to know their rights and to wear them with pride, no matter the situation.