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Our new Ambassador Program is designed to reward you for sharing the Lunapads & Pads4Girls stories with others in your community. Once approved, we'll set you up with a personalized code to share with friends & family -- you'll earn rewards for every purchase made using your code. Becoming an Ambassador is about more than just products, though; it's also about building supportive community and furthering social change. Learn More
- Receive 10% cash back or 20% in gift certificates on all sales using your code.
- Bonus! Receive a $25 Lunapads Gift Card if you sell over $350 within 30 days.
How to Qualify
- Fill out the Ambassador Application
- Review the Ambassador Guide
- Sign our Ambassador Agreement
- Purchase an Ambassador Demo Kit
- Participate in a product knowledge session via phone or skype
G Day is a global social movement anchored by day-long events that celebrate and empower girls ages 10 to 12 as they transition into adolescence. We seek to resurrect, modernize and share the wisdom and mystery that were once passed down from generation to generation.
G Day honours this rite of passage by tapping into our collective sense of curiosity, bravery and excitement at the amazing changes taking place. Our goal is to create a space where girls can come together and explore what makes them unique as individuals as well as what connects them to one another.
The first G Day event was held on April 28, 2014. 250 girls from all over the Vancouver Lower Mainland and beyond were hosted by 50 adult volunteer facilitators and engaged by 10 speakers and artists in a variety of fun, thoughtful and creative activities.
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