Got Dash Dot Launches The “INSPIRE” Program To Benefit Healthcare Workers

In response to COVID-19, Go Dash Dot, the maker of stylish and functional bags for women, launched the “INSPIRE” program designed to benefit healthcare workers as well as the public dealing with socially distancing and shelter in place orders. The “INSPIRE” effort is the creation of Go Dash Dot founder Hannah Fastov and includes donations of bags to medical workers and staff, free Instagram workouts for people at home, and steep discounts on Go Dash Dot merchandise available online.

Go Dash Dot will also be donating 10 percent of its monthly sales to Direct Relief, a non-profit working to equip doctors and nurses with life-saving medical resources to care for the world’s most vulnerable.

Fastov began “INSPIRE” in March, at the dawn of the coronavirus explosion in the US. Owing to its roots as a bag that women could take to the gym, the brand launched free daily works on its live Instagram feed. Out of that came 30 percent discounts on its site and a 10 percent donation to Direct Relief.

Fastov expanded “INSPIRE” further after hearing from a nurse in Nashville, who had won a bag as part of Go Dash Dot’s daily giveaway.

“She was so excited to have won because the belt bag would be helpful to hold saline solutions and other items she needs to keep on her body while working with patients,” Fastov said. “She also noted the fact that they are machine washable is awesome so she can wash it between each shift.”

Go Dash Dot will continue donating a large percentage of its stock to healthcare providers fighting the coronavirus during this pandemic.

Go Dash Dot INSPIRE bags start at $165.00 and can be purchased here:

Currently, Go Dash Dot is offering 40% discount sitewide to any U.S. healthcare worker! They are also 20% off sitewide for Mother’s Day using code: MOM20.

To sign up for “INSPIRE” free Instagram workouts please visit:


Source: Go Dash Dot