At Grace & Green, we are on a mission to ensure all workplaces and public spaces cultivate inclusivity and equality. To make this a reality, we launched our Period Dignity scheme. Through Period Dignity, we provide our exceptional, ethical period products and trail-blazing education to develop people’s knowledge about menstrual health.

Exceptional, ethical products

All Grace & Green products are certified-organic, non-toxic, and either reusable or made using biodegradable materials. Caring for both your body and our planet.


Grace and Green was founded with a vision of planet-friendly periods. We have an uncompromising attitude to protecting our planet. From using 100% organic cotton through to biodegradable packaging and being a carbon-neutral company. Considering our planet every step of the way.

Social Impact

Our mission is to create a world where period and reproductive health is viewed in the same way as physical and mental health at work.

We are committed to normalising conversations, removing stigma, and taking women’s health seriously in your organisation.

Who We Are

Founder Fran, environmentalist and mother of two, spent over a decade in the water and sanitation sector specialising in environmental management and international development. Having witnessed firsthand how conventional period products impact our water systems, rivers and coastlines (and the wider environment around us) she knew that a solution had to be found.

After 3 years of intense research and product development, Grace & Green launched in 2019 with The Essentials Collection – 100% certified organic and non-toxic – the range is intelligently engineered, sustainable and offers consumers a safe, effective choice that provides ultimate protection.

Good for you. Good for the earth.

Megan Gibson


Head of Growth

Meg’s background is in supporting SMEs to scale and access new markets. As Head of Growth she is responsible for all client and market-facing activities, bringing together Grace & Green’s collective educational, product and service offerings to achieve period dignity for all.

Richard Summerfield


Partnerships Director

Richard spent 17 years working in the travel industry, focussing on sales, operations, business development and implementation. Richard is responsible for growing our ever-expanding network of Period Dignity workplace partners.

Miranda Round


Head of Marketing

With experience across marketing and FMCG, Miranda is passionate about periods and growing sustainable, mission-led brands. Miranda is responsible for the Grace and Green brand and marketing strategy, helping everyone learn about our incredible work towards period dignity.

Abie Dyer


National Account Manager

With over a decade’s experience in customer-facing roles, Abie is responsible for facilitating the efficient running of our Period Dignity scheme partnerships. Furthermore, as a qualified teacher and accredited Relationships and Sex Educator, Abie works on our outstanding educational content.

Charly Patrick


Period Dignity Lead

Charly’s years of managing projects and supporting SMEs to scale, by running the UK’s largest business accelerator, made her a great fit for looking after our Period Dignity team. Producing trail-blazing period educational materials and delivering live workshops, she looks after relationships with universities and schools

Melody Lewis


Logistics Manager

Melody has worked in buying, stock management and fulfilment for over 20 years, working for companies including M&S and Debenhams. Melody is responsible for coordinating the storage, transportation and delivery of goods for Grace and Green.

Contact Us

To get sustainable and award-winning period products contact us today. Our team is happy to help and will send you a tailored quote to suit your needs.

It would be helpful to know the number of bathrooms and estimated menstruating people you have, and which products you are most interested in. Please also let us know your preferred way to be contacted and any suitable times.