Leda Health Makes Plan B and Night Cap Donations to USC Sororities During SA Awareness Month

May 08 17:48 2023

Today, Leda Health announced a donation of Night Caps, as well as 250 units of Plan B, also known as the morning-after pill, to several sororities at the University of Southern California. This is in addition to the organization’s other endeavors surrounding the recognition of SA Awareness Month, including donating over 4,000 units of Plan B nationwide, as well as over $12,000 in monetary contributions to organizations working to support SA survivors.

“As an organization dedicated to empowering survivors and women at large to take control of their own healing and their future, we know how important it is to have access to resources like Plan B,” said Hannah Chamberlin, who serves as Leda’s Head of Partner Success. “We’re proud to be able to make a difference, and stay committed to our mission during SA Awareness Month and beyond.”

“Many college students can’t afford access to these resources on campus,” explained Liesel Vaidya. “Leda is trying to bridge this gap so that all students have access to affordable healthcare on campus.”

“We can’t express enough how grateful we are for the support from Leda”, said Leah Rae, president of Alpha Chi Omega. “Affordability is a major hurdle for countless women on campuses, and this donation will go a long way in making sure that our members have access to the resources that they need.”

Leda Health is a company built for survivors, by survivors. It seeks to revolutionize SA prevention, care and reporting with modern technology to reduce the amount of violence and increase the number of survivors who seek care. For SA survivors, the restoration of autonomy and the administration of care are of the utmost importance.

Leda’s formed a multidisciplinary network of professionals with experience in forensics, law, healthcare, advocacy paired with designers, engineers, political scientists and more to create unique survivor-centric solutions to one of the world’s biggest problems.

Liesel Vaidya is a 2018 graduate of the University of Buffalo and a co-founder of Leda Health, a company revolutionizing the way that SA is handled on a holistic scale. In 2019, Vaidya and co-founder Madison Campbell founded MeTooKits Company in Brooklyn, which aimed to create at-home SA examination kits to provide an additive option for survivors who felt uncomfortable going to the police or other governing institutions.

Leda now works not only in the space of forensic collection, but also to provide emergency contraception, STI and toxicology testing, connecting survivors with medical professionals, and empowering them to protect their communities.

For campus organizations, businesses and governments interested in Leda’s services, please contact the partnerships team at leda.co to learn more and bring Leda’s resources to the greater community.

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