Giving is part of who we are
That’s 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.
Round Up! to stand strong for Her!
This October, Thirty-One Gifts will mark Breast Cancer Awareness Month in the U.S. and Canada by matching all Gives Round Up! donations made by Customers up to $31,000. U.S. donations will support The Breast Cancer Charities of America and Pink Heals. In Canada, donations will support Wellspring.
Learn more about how you can help this month!
“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
“It is really a place of unconditional love. I can be myself, and people love me for that. To be able to help these girls is really incredible to me because it’s kind of like helping my younger self.”
Student & Girl Talk Teen Advisory Board MemberRead More
“I was a 7-year-old girl suffering from depression. Girls on the Run taught me how to laugh again, something that had become hard for me to do. They taught me to keep moving forward and always believe in yourself.”
Girls on the Run Sierras ParticipantRead More
“At birth, my son Nicholas required a rare surgery at a hospital 8 hours from home. The Ronald McDonald House® was a blessing. Without it, we would have had much more stress and anxiety during an already stressful situation. I am thankful to be part of a company that supports the mission of Ronald McDonald House Charities®.”
Thirty-One ConsultantRead More
“I was excited to be offered an Independence Project microloan after taking a credit counseling class. With the funds, I was able to help pay down debt and work on increasing my credit score. My goal after the microloan is to buy my first home.”
Domestic abuse survivor & microloan recipientRead More
“This bag gives me pride. My books used to get wet from the dew that collects in the tall grass along the paths to school, but that is no longer the case now that I have this bag.”
“Thank you for giving me this bag! I love this bag because it is so beautiful. The bag encourages me to go to school.”
Student, 9 years old – Zambia
Student, 8 years old – Zambia
We’re proud to partner with many nonprofit organizations that share our mission. This month we highlight organizations supporting the breast cancer community. View additional partnerships
Sisterhood survivor stories
We're passionate about supporting women affected by breast cancer – including those in our own Thirty-One Gifts family. Read on to meet some of our amazing Consultants who tapped into the power of the Sisterhood throughout their cancer journeys.
Consultant Melissa Kleinschmidt, Indiana
When I went in for a mammogram, they advised women my age to have one every 5 years. (It has changed since then.) They caught my stage 1B cancer early, and I waited until after my mom's 70th birthday party to start chemo. I’m now cancer-free for 3 years.
Senior Director Tiffani Loegering, Minnesota
It was a fluke test my cardiologist ran that led to the discovery of my breast cancer. I felt all of the prayers from hundreds of friends across the U.S. (built mostly through my Thirty-One business) and was overcome with a peace and a knowing that God’s got this.
Senior Director Tanya Law, Alberta
I first noticed the lump in my right breast when my son Tyler was nursing. An ultrasound came back clear, but a few years later, my Thirty-One sisters were there for my diagnosis and bilateral mastectomy. I’m grateful that I had that sisterhood when I needed it most.
Director Kelly Lewis, Virginia
After a 5-year battle, I lost my mom to breast cancer. She was 60 and my best friend. When I was diagnosed with Stage 0 breast cancer, I decided to have a double mastectomy and was fortunate to not have to undergo chemotherapy, radiation or hormone treatment.
Director Jaycie Leistico, Minnesota
At 37, I was diagnosed with Stage IV breast cancer. I count it all joy to know that God has put doctors and people in my life for such a time as this. While I was undergoing treatment, my team filled 100 ZOUTS as chemo care bags, and we have kept it going ever since.
Director Anne Lay-Burgard, Texas
My mother was diagnosed with breast cancer a few months ago. She has been under so much pressure with the diagnosis, so one of my business goals this year is to take her to Maui for a little R&R! No radiation, no thinking of cancer – just the gorgeous island.
Director Amy Reddoch, Texas
In September of 2016, I was diagnosed with stage 2 HER2+ breast cancer. The relationship part of this business really came into full force during my cancer battle ... two prayer warriors turned into thousands. I am a champion, a survivor and a very grateful girl.
Consultant B Yolanda O’Brien, California
I have battled through not only lobular ductal carcinoma in situ, but also multiple complications from implants after mastectomy. After years of complications, I see the surgeon this October to have another double mastectomy. I pray this is my final surgery!
Consultant Maelen Cubano, Puerto Rico
I joined Thirty-One after a very hard time with Hurricane Irma and María, and a diagnosis of stage 3 breast cancer. I reached my first $1,000 in sales at the treatment center the day I started chemo – I qualified from the infusion chair!