Giving back

A Girl and Her Band has again partnered with The Leukemia & Lymphoma Society's (LLS) Team In Training/TNT for the month of APril. A portion of all website haeadbands sold will go to this wonderful organization!

There Is No Finish Line Until There’s A Cure

The Leukemia & Lymphoma Society's (LLS) Team In Training, is the world's largest and most successful endurance sports charity program. Since 1988, the program has helped over a half million people achieve their dream of completing a marathon, half marathon, triathlon, 100-mile (century) bicycle ride or hike adventure, and those participants have raised a remarkable $1.3 billion. The funds raised go to support our mission: to cure leukemia, lymphoma, Hodgkin’s Disease and myeloma and to improve the quality of life for patients and their families. Thank you for your support!














A Girl and Her Band has partnered with Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation (JDRF) Rocky Mountain Chapter for the month of November. A portion of all website headbands will go to this wonderful organization!


“JDRF is the largest non-profit funder of type 1 diabetes (T1D) research in the world. Our goal is to eventually cure and prevent T1D entirely. Along the way to a cure, we seek to deliver an ongoing stream of therapies to improve life with T1D until we have turned type one into type none.”

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A Girl and her Band has partnered with Hope Scarves for the month of October. A portion of all website headbands and "Amys Song" bands will go to this wonderful organization!

Hope Scarves partners with survivors to share headscarves and stories of hope with women facing cancer.



Lara MacGregor founded Hope Scarves after her personal experience with breast cancer.  Shortly after her diagnosis Lara received a box of scarves from a friend of a friend along with a note saying, “you can do this.”  Lara was moved by this gesture and wore the scarves throughout her treatment.  When she was done she passed the scarves on to a woman named Roberta.  When Roberta was finished with her treatment she sent them back to Lara and Lara passed them on to Brooke. This whole time Lara couldn’t stop thinking about the amazing journey these scarves were on. Hope Scarves was created to capture the stories of courageous women and encourage others by passing along scarves and stories of hope. The hope is that when each woman wraps a Hope Scarf around her head she feels the strength and determination of the women who wore it before her.


Hope Scarves vision is to change the way people experience cancer by making the journey less isolating and a little more beautiful.  We do this by supporting:

The Patient- Patients can receive a scarf and story of hope at no cost.  When they are finished with treatment they can send it back to pass along their encouragement to someone else.

The survivor – Survivors can live beyond cancer by donating their scarves and/or stories to encourage other women.

Friends and Family - Friends and family members can request a scarf be sent as a gift as a meaningful way to support a loved one.  

About Hope Scarves

  • Since launching the organization in 2012 Hope Scarves has sent nearly 300 scarves to 35 states.  

  • The youngest recipient is 10 and the oldest 92

  • Hope Scarves has collected over 500 scarves and stories

  • Hope Scarves won the Leadership Louisville IGNITE Louisville Challenge