By The Numbers

Since its establishment in 2015

58– number of affiliates across the United States and internationally (Australia, Canada, Pakistan, Germany, the Philippines)

68– Staff members

750Businesses and corporations we have partnered with, whether through organizing drives and collections or receiving in-kind donations. Partners include: Procter & Gamble, Amazon, The Coca-Cola Company, the City of Chicago, Spotify, The Daily Show, Marriott, LOLA, Warby Parker, Thirdlove, Warner Brothers, Tampax, Lowe’s, Nordstrom’s, CNN, Pixar, NCAA, SOMA Intimates and Kimberly-Clark.

1,050Local and national media which have featured I Support The Girls, providing an opportunity for our team to advocate for the rights of women experiencing homelessness and raise awareness about women’s dignity and health. Outlets include: The New York Times, AP, NPR, Washington Post, USA Today, AJ+, Cosmopolitan Magazine, Newsweek, Teen Vogue and Yahoo News.

3,450– Vetted donation partners we work with. This includes homeless shelters, domestic violence shelters, refugee resettlement homes, foster care agencies, LGBTQ agencies,  correctional facilities and re-entry programs, low-income schools, homes for pregnant teens, hospitals and more.

325,000– Menstrual hygiene products distributed for high school students, to keep girls in school when they have their period.

1,700,000– Women we have been able to help. This includes women and girls experiencing homelessness, victims of domestic violence, victims of sex trafficking, refugees and evacuees affected by natural disasters.

600,000– Disaster relief products distributed to evacuees of hurricanes, wildfires and other natural disasters.

1,200,000– Bras collected and distributed.

5,000,000– Products collected and distributed during the coronavirus pandemic.

12,600,000– Menstrual hygiene products collected and distributed.

16,500,000– Total products donated since 2016.

Below is an infographic outlining ISTG’s work thru the end of 2019.