October 11th is the International Day Of The Girl - a day dedicated to empowering girls, advocating for their rights, and building a road to a better future for women around the world. For this year's International Day Of The Girl, we're inviting our whole community in on the action with our partner Girls Gotta Run - a non-profit in Ethiopia dedicated to using education and running to empower girls in their community. 

Kayla Nolan, Executive Director of Girls Gotta Run, lets us know how we can all join in on the fun this weekend to make the world a better place for women.


Hey Birds!

We are excited to partner with Oiselle to celebrate the International Day of the Girl! Help raise funds and awareness for girls who are empowering themselves and their communities through running and education in Ethiopia by participating the GGRF IDG 5K Pop-Up Run!

Every dollar donated will go towards providing Athletic Scholarships for girls in Ethiopia. Here's how to contribute to and be part of this global movement celebrating and investing in strong girls.


REGISTER: Grab your friends and register for the IDG Pop-Up 5K event by contributing $25 each towards providing Athletic Scholarships for girls in Ethiopia. Register here:

RUN: Run a 5K with your friends from October 8th-11th for the International Day of the Girl, and celebrate strong girls globally.

SHARE: Share photos of your squad running the 5K and enter to win some free swag. Use the hashtag #IDG5K to participate in the global pop-up 5K event and let us know what you #RunFor.

ABOUT: Girls Gotta Run Foundation invests in girls who use running and education to empower themselves and their communities. GGRF is the only non-profit organization in Ethiopia using the national sport of running as an innovative approach to creating safe spaces, ending child marriage and expanding access to secondary school for vulnerable girls.


Learn more about GGRF at

- Kayla Nolan

October 08, 2016 — jbarnard

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