Rosie is a new nonprofit started by university students to supply free feminine hygiene supplies to low-income women locally and eventually elsewhere. Executive Director Manju Bangalore is a physics and math double major at UO and says she hopes to expand the nonprofit’s services beyond Oregon. Rosie is currently partnering with First Place Family Center and also provides packets of hygiene products to individuals and shelters. The group is doing fundraising through its Facebook page and at rosiecenter.org. Other students involved, all freshmen, include Austin Ferrie, Lucas Pyper and Maria Pervova.