National Partners

Girls on the Run International is proud to partner with Adidas, Caribou Coffee, Cigna, Gamma Phi Beta, Justice, Thirty-One and Tupperware Brands. These companies are vital to advancing the Girls on the Run mission and provide financial, in-kind and volunteer support while leveraging their brand's assets to raise awareness about the program across North America.

Adidas is thrilled to join Girls on the Run as the exclusive Footwear and Women’s Apparel National Partner. They believe that breaking down barriers to sport for girls will address access, inclusion, and empowerment, ensuring all girls are offered equal opportunities.

Caribou Coffee, the second largest company-operated premium coffeehouse in the United States, joins Girls on the Run as a National Partner. Caribou Coffee is passionate about partnerships that honor impact and growth through community engagement, as well as empowering girls to break down barriers. 

Cigna is proud to be the exclusive health care sponsor of Girls on the Run. The company’s mission is to help people improve their health, well-being, and sense of security, and child wellness is a key part of that mission. 

Gamma Phi Beta Sorority is the exclusive National Panhellenic Conference Girls on the Run National Sponsor. Their philanthropic focus, Building Strong Girls, gives girls the confidence to dream big. 

She is…Positive. Passionate. Powerful. And it is their goal to remind her of that every step of the way. They are on a mission to empower every girl to have the confidence to chase her dreams, no matter how big they are.

Thirty-One Gifts is one of the world’s largest direct-selling companies. With a mission to empower women by giving them the opportunity to own their own business, they are a company with a giving heart, comprised of a family of individuals who share a passion for building confident girls and women. 

Tupperware Brands is made up of tens of thousands of sales force members across the United States and is excited to leverage their volunteers and stores in ways that build up strong and confident networks of women in the communities they serve.