Giving is part of who we are
That is why we created Thirty-One Gives, our charitable program that works to empower girls, women and families by helping them build the confidence and self-esteem needed to live a purposeful, thriving life. Since 2012, Thirty-One Gives has donated $100 million in product and cash to charitable organizations that share the Gives mission.
February is International
Boost Your Self-Esteem Month!
We at Thirty-One Gives believe that confident girls and women can lead more purposeful, thriving lives. That’s why we’re proud to partner with community organizations that help girls across the U.S. and Canada build their self-esteem! From coaching to mentoring to advocating – or simply Rounding Up when you shop – you can join Girls on the Run, Girl Talk, Ruling Our eXperiences and Thirty-One in helping empower girls and women this month. Visit our Ideas We Love blog for ways to get involved!
Girls on the Run was a great life-changing decision. When I first started GOTR, I thought it was all about running, but it’s really about
making the right decisions in life.
Student & Girls on the Run memberRead More
Many people thought I was perfect,
that everything came easy to me. Now I am more like the person everyone thought I was before: involved with life, passionate, happy.
Student & former patient in the Dialectical Behavioral Therapy programRead More
At our year-end celebration, I was amazed at the growth of the girls. One girl said she used to be insecure, but now she’s not afraid to speak up. Another student who was being treated for self-harm, said
Girl Talk Is Her Only Safe Space
Student & Girl Talk National Leader of the Year Founded Ontario, Canada's first ChapterRead More
Improving one’s credit score doesn’t just mean better rates on borrowed money or credit cards – for many survivors, it means access to very basic needs, such as
safe housing and employment.
Economic Justice and Microloans Coordinator National Network to End Domenstic ViolenceRead More
Many girls are struggling and I want to do anything I can to help them, no matter how small. Supporting middle school girls with a ‘big sister’ mentor when they need it the most,
goes farther than anyone could imagine.
Student & Girl Talk LeaderRead More
I was finding it hard to carry my prenatal and malnutrition supplies by hand. I am happy to now have a tote bag to protect them, so I can help
reach many mothers and children.
World Vision Volunteer, BurundiRead More
Our family went through a house fire and our son's leukemia diagnosis in the same year. It was a blessing to stay at RMHCNA during his treatment. Our son’s illness felt like a nightmare, but when we woke up there were
hundreds of people ready to support us.
Ronald McDonald HouseRead More
Northern Alberta, Canada
There’s a lot of misunderstanding around Obsessive Compulsive Disorder – that it’s a charming personality quirk. The truth is, it’s scary and often debilitating
but help is available.
Children's Hospital at London Health Sciences CenterRead More
We’re proud to partner with many nonprofit organizations that share our mission. View All
Giving in action
Director Brishundra McGrier along with members of Home Office Staff attended the Dress for Success: Beyond the Suit Luncheon in Columbus, Ohio. The Luncheon celebrated 10 years of encouraging and empowering more than 12,000 women.
Senior Executive Director Kaine Story and her local Girl Talk chapter at East Limestone High School in Athens, Alabama sponsored a “purple” day for raise awareness in her community for Domestic Violence.
Consultants in Ontario held a fundraiser to support to the London Ronald McDonald House Family Room in East London, Ontario by providing thermal totes and a little ice cream to families in need.
Senior Consultant Kerry Morrice from Minnedosa, Manitoba held a donated cancer care bags filled with goodies like coloring books, bubbles, lip balms, blankets and so much more to patients in need.
Director Lori Minnick of Crestview, Florida donated 56 bags care bags filled with toiletry essentials to a local women’s shelter in her community that is committed to helping keep women safe who have suffered from domestic violence and other forms of abuse.
Consultant Jaqueline Federico of Toledo, Ohio delivered care packages filled with activities to keep sick children occupied during their stay at the hospital.