This seems to be their mission statement:
Fight For A Girl seeks to empower women globally to rise up into the calling of freedom on their lives. And we want you to be a part of it with us. We want to create a platform where we can learn how to fight for ourselves, our relationships, our neighbors, and our sisters on the other side of the world. We want to see you rise up, and we believe that as you do, the people around you will be freed to rise up, too. Our goal is to be a partner, a bridge, a resource, and an encouragement as we all open our eyes and join hands with each other.
They frequently allude to money that is raised at the Twirl events, or through buying their ever growing amount of merchandise, in some way goes to "Fight for a Girl" yet dollar figures are never given and you aren't sure exactly who is being helped. There was a scholarship fund to send a single mother to Crossing College, but again, this only gives money straight back to The Crossing! Ca-Ching!
All this aside; Kelly actually had a heartfelt and poignant post after the election talking about what the loss meant to women. She spoke about women rising up. She spoke about being strong women. She spoke candidly about her feelings. Right when I almost had an ounce of respect for her the post was taken down. And this post was put up:
She was told by "close friends" (read = friends in power) that "the issues surrounding the candidates and parties are too volatile for this". They are right. The issues are volatile and this is why you should be speaking up! Fuck your friends, Kelly. You did nothing wrong. Well until you cowered to the powers that be.
I do hope you "Fight for a Girl" one day but you sure aren't now.