Giving Girls - Helping Save Lives
Go Girl proudly displays the ribbon everyday. Go Girl Energy Drink’s Mission is to raise awareness and funds for Breast Cancer and Ovarian Cancer research and prevention, while supplying networking opportunities for those in need to learn more about these deadly cancers and get help through our partners.
The Pink Cause
More than 2.4 million women in the U.S. are living with breast cancer. This is why Go Girl Energy Drink is committed to help raise funds for those in need. Go Girl Sugar Free, Peach Tea, Pomegranate Blueberry Tea, and Lemon Drop Sugar Free are all proud to wear the pink ribbon on their can. $.50 of every case sold is donated to breast cancer research, awareness and prevention. In 2008 alone, Go Girl donated over $70,000 to the cause.
Since a portion of proceeds of each case of Go Girl™ sold will support breast cancer research, women can rest assured that their mind, body and soul will be lifted with each purchase.
The Teal Cause
Go Girl Pomegranate Star Fruit not only shares the ovarian cancer teal color, but also has a passion for the cause, donating $.50 for every case sold to ovarian cancer research. Ovarian cancer affects one in every 58 women, the National Ovarian Cancer Coalition with the help of Go Girl, is committed to raising awareness of ovarian cancer and its symptoms 365 days a year.
Girls Love Mail
Go Girl and Girls Love Mail have joined efforts in the fight against breast cancer and in support of those who have been touched by it. Both organizations are passionate about ending this devastating disease and are partnering together to defeat its effects on women, their families, friends and coworkers. Go Girl is executing a number of community campaigns designed to recruit new letter writers for Girls Love Mail. And through social media platforms, the brand will also help create awareness for the program and encourage Go Girl consumers to participate in letter writing.
You gain strength, courage and confidence by every experience in which you really stop to look fear in the face. ~Eleanor Roosevelt