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Frequently Asked Questions

How can I place my order online?

Click on the “purchase online" tab and follow instructions from there! You will put in your payment and shipping information, as well as the number of kits you want to purchase. We accept all major credit cards.

 

How can I pay with a check or purchase order?

Click on the “ordering via PO” and follow the instructions from there!  We provide you with a quote. We will process your order once we receive the PO or check. Tracking information will be sent to you once your order is ready to ship.

 

Do you offer discounts?

Yes. We offer bulk discounts if you purchase 10 or more kits. The discounted price would be $125.00 per kit.

 

How long will it take to receive my order once I place it?

Our educator kits are a volunteer-based effort. Once your order has been placed it will take 1-2 weeks to process and ship your order. We use USPS Priority Mail services, which offers tracking on your shipment. If you need your kit sooner for lesson purposes, please email us at shop@ppmw.org. We are happy to accommodate your needs!

Can I purchase individual items?

We offer the Birth Control Educator Kit items together because we feel that each of them is important to creating a comprehensive contraceptive education lesson. For that reason, we only offer the kit as a whole.

 

Why does the kit cost $150?

All proceeds go towards providing a sustainable fund for our education program for vulnerable populations in the DC Metropolitan Washington area. Our education and medical team continuously develop our guide and items to ensure you receive the most uptodate information. The kit’s price was developed with the market price in mind.

 

What age group is this kit for?

The Birth Control Educator Kit is targeted towards students who will be learning about contraceptive education and STD’s. For most schools, this is high school students. However these materials can be used successfully in middle school lessons or for teaching adults.

 

My school has very strict guidelines on what can and cannot be taught. How can I use your kit without breaking those rules?

Our birth control educator kit comes in a compact container so any materials can remain out of sight.

 

Where can I go to learn more?

https://www.lifesitenews.com/news/cdc-middle-schools-need-to-teach-contraceptive-use-more-often

https://www.cdc.gov/healthyyouth/data/shpps/pdf/2014factsheets/pregnancy_shpps2014.pdf

https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC3194801/

https://www.guttmacher.org/gpr/2017/03/looming-threat-sex-education-resurgence-federal-funding-abstinence-only-programs