Los Angeles, CA, March 31, 2014 --(PR.com
)-- CYCLE has partnered with the Challengers Boys & Girls Club of America in Los Angeles to host a free educational course once a month titled, "#ITSACYCLETHING - Puberty, Periods and Everything Else In Between," which aims to empower and educate teen and tween girls on the changes their bodies are going through, provide the tools to minimize challenges, and celebrate how great it is to be a woman. The PROJECT CYCLE program assists adolescent girls and their parents by taking the embarrassment out of the changes girls go through in becoming a woman. Part of CYCLE’s effort includes a cute and discreet First Time Period Kit, which is packed with all the necessary items for your first period – and includes free goodies donated by Avon and 'Time To Talk About Your Period' FAQ Guide co-written by the CYCLE physicians. In an effort to give back to the area as they expand, PROJECT CYCLE was developed by CYCLE founders as a community program that donates feminine care products to the Boys & Girls Club. For every Cycle Kit sold, PROJECT CYCLE will donate the feminine hygiene contents of their kit to the Challengers Boys & Girls Club. Started in 2013, Founders Courtney Casgraux & Kendra Studdert created the program under the guidance of women physicians. They developed the First Time Period Kit for tween & teen girls to arm them with the answers and encouragement they need, as well as creating a conversation and ‘sisterhood’ between the girls and M.D.’s. For more information on CYCLE and their physicians, please visit www.thecyclegirl.com where you can purchase First Time Period Kits and get free information on CYCLE or email firstname.lastname@example.org.