Pink Ribbon Girls is a brand-new organization to St. Louis, and just started serving families in the area recently. Through their Simply Fight! and NO Age NO Stage Programs, Pink Ribbon Girls provides FREE meals, house cleanings, transportation to treatment and peer support to clients and their families undergoing breast and women's reproductive cancer treatment. Their services are provided to anyone who qualifies, regardless of income. They have already served more than 1,500 meals and given 150 rides to treatment in the St. Louis area. Their goal is to ease the minds of individuals and families affected by breast cancer or gynecological cancers with direct support throughout our 40-mile radius, serving both Missouri and Illinois families. Pink Ribbon Girls began in Ohio in 2013 with a single flatbed truck from a construction company, wrapped in pink and boldly claiming that "No One Travels This Road Alone..." There are now over 40 "pink trucks" throughout Ohio. They turn heads wherever they go, and dominate the news and social media, particularly in October (National Breast Cancer Awareness Month). Jim Butler Kia is proudly donating a Kia Soul to help with delivering meals, helping with patient transportation and for marketing at all PRG events! You can learn more about Pink Ribbon Girls as well as make donations and shop merchandise here: