The United Way of the Virginia Peninsula’s Women United hosted a feminine hygiene drive Saturday at C.A. Barrs Contractor, Inc., in Yorktown. The event collected more than 1,650 products worth over $15,000 to help 3,000 women and girls in need across the region.
Representatives from 16 community agencies picked up the donated feminine hygiene products for persons they serve. Among the groups receiving these products were Helping the Homeless and The Salvation Army of Gloucester and Mathews.
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