Go2 Clothing is supporting P.E.I. mental health with its first fall/winter collection on Saturday, Oct. 6 at Jems Boutique.

The launch is from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. at the boutique on Queen Street, Charlottetown, and the invitation is open to the public. For more information, visit Jemsboutique.ca.

Go2 Clothing designers and JEMS Boutique owners Maureen and Julia Campbell are donating $5 of every piece of Go2 Clothing sold the day of the launch to the P.E.I. division of the Canadian Mental Health Association.

Previously a spring/summer line only, Go2 Clothing has expanded to include garments for the cooler weather.

Maureen and Julia say the athleisure-inspired collection is for the everyday women who are “on the go” and need their clothing to be stylish, comfortable and versatile. The clothing is designed to go from running errands to being at home with kids or grandkids, to the office and pre and post workouts.


We are delighted for the support of our customers in raising $500 for the PEI division of CHMA. Our community is amazing! Here are a few photos of our launch.

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