nature & me
Celebrations Day For Girls
Preparing Daughters and Parents for this Rite of Passage: Menarche
Celebration Day for Girls was created by Jane Bennett in 2000 with the intention to overturn secrecy and embarrassment around a girls's first bleed. Celebration Day for Girls nurtures connection, normalisation and openness through practical and positive information, stories and fun activities.
In 2012, Jane started training facilitators so that girls worldwide may have access to a Celebration Day within their communities delivered by passionate and dedicated facilitators.
Celebration Day for Girls is now available in 20 countries for deep social and cultural change and social justice.
Celebration Day for Girls creates a safe space to support:
the children's curiosity about their own bodies,
bonding time between daughters and mothers and
starters conversation around puberty
Celebration Day for Girls brings:
awareness on menstruation responses around the world,
menstrual cycle awareness covering the 4 phases and
attention on all different menstrual products available
Celebration Day for Girls is held in two parts
The Mother Session
2 hours workshop in preparation for the Celebration Day happening two days beforehand.
The Celebration Day
In the morning, the girls will spent the session with Victoria exploring the menstrual cycle, products, puberty changes and emotions.
Mothers/ female carers join the girls for lunch and in the afternoon session we share stories and a gentle celebration of our girls.
'Holly tells her friends about the day we had with you; I can't thank you enough for the open informed way you gave the information'
~ Susan ~