The Stories of the Upstate™ #327: (Sharon Phillips) "Growing up, I couldn’t wait for the church doors to open."

    The co-founder of The Homeless Period Project, Sharon Phillips shares our 327th story.

37926768_10215387281128964_6783356061790240768_n.jpg

"If something you find, draws you in, feels like a calling, or you are really passionate about it , then do something about it." is how Sharon Phillips describes being an activist. Her statement also describes her passion, The Homeless Period Project, a non-profit that provides feminine hygiene products to  homeless ladies and women in shelters.  Sharon and her sister-in-law saw a need, a need that is widely overlooked when folks reach out to help the homeless and stepped in to help.  What started out as a one time get together to raise money to provide these products has become a non-profit organization reaching out across the Upstate.

                                                             To learn more, click here.