Join the School Nurse Initiative

Your generous donation goes directly to supplying Educational Toolkits to school nurses within the United States. School nurses are usually the first to know when teenage girls have endometriosis symptoms. To properly educate them would make an enormous impact in decreasing the delay in diagnosis.

IF GIRLS WERE DIAGNOSED WHEN THEY FIRST HAVE SYMPTOMS, IT WOULD BE REVOLUTIONARY.

Our goal is to provide a Toolkit to every School Nurse in the U.S. & beyond.

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THE TOOLKIT INCLUDES

  • A Special Edition DVD of Endo What?

  • An engaging, 8-page Educational Toolkit targeted to health care professionals,

  • A colorful, glossy 11” x 17” Poster to hang in each school infirmary & provide an instant resource for students,

  • A downloadable Discussion Guide to promote open dialogue & communication between nurses, teachers, administrators and students,

  • A downloadable sample Lesson Plan for health teachers to teach a class about endometriosis.


When donating, you will have the option of designating specific school(s) or we can choose from our list of schools.

If you are a U.S. taxpayer and would like to make a tax-deductible donation, you can do it here online or also you can send a check to our Non-Profit: Endo Collective. Email us at info@endowhat.org for more information.

For donations of $500 or more, your logo may be added to the materials. If you're interested in this option, please contact us at info@endowhat.org.


"Nearly 100% of girls sent home or missing school due to painful periods have endometriosis. School nurses are uniquely positioned to recognize symptoms. EndoWhat? provides the powerful narrative that builds that awareness."
DR. MALCOLM MACKENZIE, Endometriosis expert, Harvard Medical School