Join us for our fourth Cocktails for the Cure! This year, we’re going virtual with our hybrid event that will be live streamed for FREE via Streamyard, Facebook, Instagram, and YouTube. 


Each year, the tgin Foundation hosts a Cocktails for the Cure event to raise donations to further meet the Foundation’s yearly goal. Proceeds from this event directly benefits the tgin Foundation mission to give better access to breast health services through transportation. 


This year’s event will be hosted by Samantha Thomas and will feature live music from DJ LMS, spoken word performed by KLove the Poet, and a live performance from Monica Nia Jones, Miss Chicago 2020.


Stay tuned for a live cocktail demonstration from our sponsor Love, Tito’s.


This event is a 21+ event only. By purchasing tickets, you confirm that you are age 21+. Please enjoy responsibly. 

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Help us reach our GOAL!

The proceeds from this event directly benefits the tgin Foundation mission to give better access to breast health services through transportation.


Help fund transportation services for individuals experiencing transportation barriers to and from their doctor appointments.

If you are unable to watch the live stream, we would greatly appreciate your support through donation to the tgin Foundation


Most frequent questions and answers

The event is being recorded and will remain on Facebook and Instagram indefinitely. Visit our pages if you would like to watch at a later date. 

The tgin Foundation facilitates a number of initiatives that lead back to our mission, which is where your donation goes. We partner with Lyft to provide free rides to breast health appointments as well as COVID vaccinations. To date, over $12,700 has been given for 500 rides to breast health (and Covid-19 vaccine) appointments. Over the month of October, we recruit over 50 ambassadors and creators to spread information about early detection and methods to mitigate risk of breast cancer via social media. We also attend community events to educate women on the health disparities black women in Chicago experience, in an effort to close the gap and empower women to be their best health advocate. For more information on our initiatives, follow us on social media, and visit our website at


In 2015, Harvard graduate and CEO of Thank God It’s Natural, Chris-Tia Donaldson was diagnosed with breast cancer at the young age of 36. During her treatment, she learned that having money could make the difference between living and dying when it came to treating this condition. In her observation, very few organizations existed that provided support and social services to help women with transportation, child care, or seeking disability leave from their place of employment.


Today, she uses her success in the beauty space to advocate for women experiencing financial difficulties, who are undergoing treatment, to highlight health disparities due to race and socio-economic factors, and to empower women to listen to their bodies.

Approximately 45 minutes.