How Can You Make a Difference in Cincinnati! Sign up to Volunteer with Tidal Babe Period Bank!

Tidal Babe Period Bank is a community-focused nonprofit powered by you; local community members, schools, churches, and other organizations looking to make an impact. From unloading donations to assembling our free period supply kits together, we need as many volunteers as we can get! If you live in the Greater Cincinnati area and are ready to improve the lives of menstruators in need, please sign-up today to join our team of dedicated volunteers!

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Volunteer Frequently Asked Questions

What should I expect when volunteering at Tidal Babe Period Bank?

When you volunteer your time with Tidal Babe, you can expect to do any of the following:

  • Unpack and organize new period supply shipments
  • Count new donations
  • Sort, organize and wrap period kits
  • Fill agency period kit orders
  • Load orders into partner agency vehicles

Assembling period supply kits can be done sitting or standing. You should ideally be able to lift up to 20 pounds if you’re doing a standing job.

Please let us know in advance if you have accessibility needs – we have something for everyone!

What should I wear when volunteering?

Please wear close-toed shoes and comfortable clothing that allows to you move. (It’s not manual labor, but you’re going to be moving around.)

What can I bring when volunteering?

If you want to enhance your volunteer experience, consider the following:

• Bring period supplies to donate and wrap! (tampons, pads, Advil and/or Cottonelle wipes)

• Bring your favorite K-cup or coffee pod to brew in the Keurig!

• Bring your favorite snack! (We’ll provide the water and sometimes a few snacks but bringing your own is always appreciated.)

I have last minute questions

Contact Rachel Moon, Director of Community Engagement at or call 513-402-1450 ext 1004.

Where should I park?

Location + Parking Information

We have plenty of on-site parking in our parking lot. Our building is set down off the road a bit, and has our parent company, COVERD Greater Cincinnati, on the building. You won’t see Sweet Cheeks Diaper Bank listed on any signage on the exterior of the building. Below is a picture of the driveway you’ll go down to get to us. Look for the large “1400” sign on the right.

Coverd Greater Cincinnati building location

Student Volunteers

Student Volunteers are always welcome at Tidal Babe Period Bank! Consider us when looking for rewarding ways to fulfill your community service hour requirements for school and clubs. With our online volunteer signups, tracking and verifying your hours has never been easier! We offer several evening and Saturday morning volunteer times each month to work around your school day, but they fill up fast so don’t wait till the last minute!

Young Volunteers

Kids are always welcome at Tidal Babe but we rely on their guardian to help us gauge how much they can help. Not only can we keep them busy with light work, we also have a small play area to keep younger kids occupied (and contained if you’ve got some really little ones!). Kids under the age of 16 must be accompanied by a guardian and maintain a youth to adult ratio of 3:1.

There are many ways your younger children can get involved outside the warehouse too. Whether it’s organizing a period supply drive in your neighborhood or school or an Empty-Your-Piggybank change drive to collect loose coins for Tidal Babe, it’s never too early to start teaching our kids how to serve others and their community. We’d also love to come to speak to your Daisy Troop, Girl Scouts, Cub or Boy Scouts, church youth group, or another group of youngsters about period poverty in the Greater Cincinnati community and how they can help to eliminate it.