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.
Girls on the Run
Thirty-One Gives is proud to partner with Girls on the Run, an organization that works to inspire girls to be joyful, healthy and confident through life skills, physical fitness and positive role models!
Thirty-One Gives shares Girls on the Run’s mission to empower girls, so we are thrilled to operate over 150 5K events throughout the U.S.! Interested in volunteering with your local Girls on the Run council or to read more about this amazing organization, visit www.girlsontherun.org.
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
Senior Director Cristi Witt from Salisbury, Maryland delivered personalized thermals to her local police station filled with thank you notes, a book and many other goodies for the recipients to enjoy.
Many consultants from around the local Tampa, Florida area helped distribute backpacks at Teacher Resource Centers to teachers to take back to their classroom for students impacted by Hurricane Irma as part of the Kids in Need Foundation Florida activation in November.
Director Stacey Lane from Beckett Ridge, Ohio put together 50 totes full of necessities such as toothpaste, soap, deodorant, shampoo, conditioner and many other items that were delivered to victims of the hurricanes back in the fall.
Director Lori Minnick from Crestview, Florida sent 64 HERO bags to United States Military members stationed overseas.
Consultant Peggy-Sue Folk of Brantford, Ontario Canada donated 60 bags full of goodies for local teens in need with the hope that they would feel loved and valued during the holiday season.
Executive Director Sherri Graham from Waterford, Ontario Canada delivered 45 Chemo comfort bags to the Juravinski Cancer Center in Hamilton, Ontario. She included cozy socks, homemade blankets, essential oils and many more items to make a patient’s stay a little more comfortable.