Help us raise over $1 Million in the fight against Breast Cancer.
Stop in to your local Hooters restaurant and #giveaHoot this October. We are raising money for breast cancer research in honor of our own, Kelly Jo Dowd. Kelly Jo was a Hooters Girl and Hooters Calendar Cover Girl and worked her way up to General Manager when she was diagnosed with breast cancer. Her greatest wish was to get the word out, fight breast cancer, and most importantly find a cure. She spent the last years of her life educating the Hooters system about the importance of early detection and awareness, in hopes to prevent this disease from becoming terminal in the 1 in 8 Hooters Girls it could potentially affect.
4 Ways to Donate
1. Buy a Pink Bracelet
2. Buy a 2016 Hooters Calendar
3. Buy a Featured “Pink” Drink
4. Pink Up! Make a donation or round up your check
Hooters of America, LLC will donate all proceeds from pink bracelet sales, any extra in-person donations, $1.00 with certain pink beer pitcher purchases, and $1.00 with certain drink purchases made between 10/1/15 and 11/1/15, plus $1.00 from each 2016 calendar purchase made beginning 10/1/15, to support the fight against breast cancer through the Hooters Community Endowment Fund, Inc. (the “Fund”), a charitable organization, except in Massachusetts, where all donations from Massachusetts will be distributed to The V Foundation for Cancer Research (The “V Foundation”). Donations will also be accepted online at give.hooters.com between 10/1/15 and 11/1/15. The Fund will distribute all donations received from the promotion, net of fundraising, advertising and legal expenses, to charitable organizations engaged in the fight against breast cancer on or before 8/31/16. A minimum of 75% of net donations will go to The V Foundation for that purpose. See participating local Hooters or give.hooters.com for details. Hooters of America, LLC is licensed to use the Fund’s name and The V Foundation’s name and trademarks. The Fund and The V Foundation do not endorse products. Your purchase amount is not deductible for federal or state income tax purposes. Contact your state attorney general for more information.