Operation Panty Power is in full Effect!
A Community Thrives (ACT) part of the USA TODAY NETWORK enables community members to act on ideas that improve the people, organizations, government, and businesses around them by equipping them with the resources they need to thrive.
Our founder and CEO Catherine Wyatt-Morley developed “Operation Panty Power” to empower women using an out of the box method while getting the true message across. Operation Panty Power (O.P.P) is a campaign to empower women! Our purpose is to distribute new unworn panties to women 18 years of age and older. Each panty distributed is accompanied by an educational message that encourages protection and empowerment.
We have entered a grant contest opportunity and we need your help with votes. The grant money will be used to operate and spread the word about our causes. Our plans include:
Purchase and upgrade materials e.g. box’s, ribbon, package paper, panty labels, box labels, messages, printing, sewing needles, thread.
Expand empowerment campaign and empowerment messages to homeless women, rape victims, human trafficked victims etc.
Develop relationships with shelters, women’s center, OBGYN’s, breast cancer centers, family health centers, community centers etc. to help with outreaching the campaign.
Establish relationship with large panty makers to work with us long term.
Purchase different sizes, colors, shapes, textures, and brands of panties
Partner with well-known brands and influencers.
Establish relationship to marketing/PR for OPP
Seek spokesperson for campaign
Distribution of finished product
Recruit additional partners
Incentives for assemblers
The National Voting Period will begin on April 12, 2017 and end on May 12, 2017.
Share our submission with friends, family, social media and your community and encourage them to vote for us! We need lots of votes because the top 10 voted submissions in each category will be reviewed by a panel of judges.
Maximum one (1) vote per person, per day. All applicants will receive an email informing them if their application will move onto judging or not.