The pink ribbon...the shamrock...the hot air balloon...the sneaker...the puzzle piece. It's time for our flower to represent our girls and be a beacon of strength, beauty and hope around the world. "We've come so far as a community in encouraging and inspiring others to see what we see -- competence, intelligence and worth. That it’s our flower representing Rett Syndrome is indescribable. I am so grateful for each and every staff member, volunteer, family, teacher, donor, student, business and mentor who has helped tend to our flower along the way; nurturing, sharing and representing to the world what we are all about." - Ingrid Harding, Founder and President of Girl Power 2 Cure.
Runner spotlight time! Meet Kelly O'Donahoe from Apopka, FL. We celebrate Kelly who has been an incredible addition to Team GP2C. "Not only is she a strong and impactful role model," shares Jen Tucker, GP2C Program Manager, "but she's rocking the #girlpower! We appreciate her compassion and are proud of her leadership, drive and dedication. She continues to make a difference... one step at a time!"