When we learned a girl's self-esteem peaks at age 91 and only 4% of women describe themselves as beautiful2, we knew we had to do something about this confidence crisis.
30% of the girls who have a grade point average above 4.0 do not think they are smart enough for their dream career.3
We believe confident girls and women can lead more purposeful, thriving lives and are the key to strong families and communities. Gives is a partnership between our Consultants, Customers, Hostesses and employees working together to support nonprofits aligned to our mission.
1. SOURCE: NYU Child Study Centre
2. SOURCE: Dove Research: The Real Truth About Beauty: Revisited
3. SOURCE: Ruling Our Experiences website
Thirty-One Consultants are part of the GIVE each day in their local communities in support of girls, women and families.
Leading with her heart
Each month we recognize an outstanding Consultant helping to achieve the Gives mission. Read More
Gives Care Council
The Thirty-One Gives Care Council was created to serve as the voice of all Consultants in selecting nonprofit partners across the U.S. and Canada and determining how to allocate contributions made by the company, various promotions and through the Gives Round Up! program. Read More
We are proud to have donated $100 million in product and cash since 2012 to charitable organizations that share the Gives mission. We are working to empower girls, women and families to build the confidence and self-esteem needed to live purposeful, thriving lives.
We are proud to be furthering our mission to build strong, confident girls & women by funding life-saving behavioural health research at Nationwide Children’s Hospital to help girls everywhere. Through this work we are dedicated to helping girls take flight and reach their full potential.
We know the devastating effect these issues have on girls of all ages. The numbers are staggering:
- On average, a girl’s self-esteem peaks at age 91
- 50% of all mental illnesses start by age 142
- Girls are 2x as likely as boys to suffer from depression and eating disorders2
Nationwide Children’s Hospital is America’s largest pediatric hospital and research center and is committed to providing a comprehensive approach to behavioural health to support families. Learn more about how we are helping Girls Take Flight through our partnership with Nationwide Children’s Hospital.
1. SOURCE: NYU Child Study Center2. SOURCE: National Health & Nutrition Examination Survey, 2010: National Comorbidity Survey Replication-Adolescent Supplement, 2010; NIMH, Mental Illness Exacts Heavy Toll: Beginning in Youth, 2005
Thirty-One Gifts is a proud partner with other Direct Selling companies to support the Today Show Toy Drive, which brings joy to children and teenagers who otherwise might not receive gifts during the holidays. The drive has become a holiday tradition for Thirty-One, and since 2011, we have donated more than 1.5 million items to kids across the U.S. This year, our Gives Care Council will spread holiday cheer by delivering products to Boys and Girls Clubs across the United States in partnership with the drive.
Canada's Children's Hospital Foundations (CCHF), established in 2017, is a not-for-profit organization that raises funds for a national network of hospital foundations as the largest single, non-government funder of child health in Canada. The 13 Canadian children’s hospitals represented by CCHF see the most critical cases, saving the lives of sick and injured children from coast to coast. By supporting CCHF through our Take Flight initiative, Thirty-One Gifts Consultants and Customers will help their local children’s hospitals ensure access to the very best care to protect and promote mental health and wellness for Canadian children and their families.
Visit www.childrenshospitals.ca to learn more about children’s hospitals in Canada.
Girl Talk, Inc. is a national nonprofit serving girls throughout North America and beyond, with the mission of inspiring ALL girls to develop the confidence to lead. High school girls lead Chapters in their communities and mentor middle school girls from a peer-to-peer perspective through guided weekly meetings and programs. Since 2002, Girl Talk has served more than 60,000 girls in 48 states and 8 countries with the following impact:
- 90% of Girl Talk Girls say that the program helps give them the courage to say NO to risky behaviours
- 92% of Girl Talk Girls say that the program helps build strong leadership skills
- 93% of Girl Talk Girls say that the program helps with increasing self-esteem
As we start our fourth year of support, we are honoured that many of our Consultants are active as Chapter Advisors across the United States and Canada, and that we have inspired nearly 40% of the currently existing Girl Talk Chapters.
Girls on the Run inspires girls to be joyful, healthy and confident using a fun, experience-based curriculum which creatively integrates running. We share Girls on the Run’s vision of a world where every girl knows and activates her limitless potential and is free to boldly pursue her dreams.
Through Thirty-One Gifts’ national partnership with Girls on the Run, over 200,000 girls will benefit from the transformative impact of a program that builds critical life skills and provides positive role models to all girls. Together, Girls on the Run and Thirty-One Gifts are working toward a common mission of supporting the next generation of strong, confident women.
Visit https://www.girlsontherun.org/impact to learn more about research studies done on the success of the program.
The mission of RMHC is to create, find and support programs that directly improve the health and well-being of children. Thirty-One Gifts designates funds to the Ronald McDonald House program to help keep families with sick children close to each other and the medical care they need. Since 2013, families have received over 500,000 Thirty-One Welcome Bags at Houses. Because of our contribution, we have also provided 12,500 family nights for families at every House in the U.S. and Canada.
The National Network to End Domestic Violence (NNEDV) is dedicated to creating a social, political, and economic environment in which violence against women no longer exists. NNEDV works to make ending domestic violence a national priority in the U.S. and Canada. We know that financial abuse occurs in 99% of domestic violence cases so we are proud to provide funding to NNEDV’s microloan program for domestic violence survivors. We also team up each October during Domestic Violence Awareness Month to participate in a social media campaign.
Thank you for Rounding Up in October to support survivors of domestic violence.
World Vision is a Christian humanitarian organization dedicated to working with children, families, and their communities worldwide to reach their full potential by tackling the causes of poverty and injustice. We support World Vision’s programs in the U.S and internationally through product donations, assembling Women’s Hope Kits, and as fundraising partners on Giving Tuesday.
Our Consultants led the making of over 32,000 Hope Kits with personal necessities for women escaping violence, abuse, poverty, or domestic disaster in the U.S. We are thankful to our Senior Consultants who build Hope Kits at our National Conference each year.
Cindy Monroe Values and Vision Endowed Scholarship
Celebrating girls in the Greater Chattanooga area
In 2013, Thirty-One Gives established the Cindy Monroe Values & Vision Endowed Scholarship to celebrate the 10th anniversary of Thirty-One Gifts. This scholarship supports the development of girls in the greater Chattanooga area (Hamilton County, TN) where Thirty-One’s Founder & CEO Cindy Monroe was born and raised, and where the business was founded.
Each year, the Cindy Monroe Values & Vision Endowed Scholarship honours a student in the Chattanooga area who embodies Cindy Monroe’s core values of building relationships, leadership and community involvement. The winner will receive an annual $3,100 scholarship for four years, totaling $12,400 to support her university career. Additionally, she will be awarded with Thirty-One products to help get her university-ready, celebrated at a luncheon in the Chattanooga area and featured on our website and in our magazine,Virtuous Women.
Thank you to everyone who submitted an application to be considered for the 2018-2019 Cindy Monroe Values & Vision Scholarship. We were truly humbled by all the applications that we received and moved by your responses. We encourage you all to continue to exemplify Cindy Monroe’s core values of building relationships, leadership and community involvement. Please cheque back in September 2019 for information about the 2019-2020 scholarship!
Congratulations to our 2018-2019 Values & Vision Scholarship Winner, Emily Holt!
Senior at Signal Mountain Middle High School
Emily plans to attend the University of Tennessee, Knoxville to study Public Relations and Business with a goal to pursue law school.
“I am truly honoured to be the recipient of this scholarship. Not only does it help ease the financial burden of my college career, but it means the world to me knowing that others believe in me and are supporting me in my future endeavors. I am so appreciative to Thirty-One Gifts and their immense generosity.”
Past Scholarship Recipients
2017-2018 Kersten Hicks
University of Tennessee Knoxville
2016-2017 Alyssa Hibbs
University of Alabama
2015-2016 Katherine Turner
University of Tennessee
2014-2015 Mallorie Meneley
University of Tennessee Knoxville
2013-2014 Savannah Bennett
University of Tennessee Chattanooga
We provide monetary and in-kind support to 501(c)(3) public charities that fit within our Thirty-One Gives mission to serve and support girls, women and families that meet our guidelines below. Donation requests must be received 6-8 weeks before the date the request is needed.
Requests are reviewed on a monthly basis. We will notify you of the status of your request via email. In an effort to reach as many organizations as possible each year, nonprofit organizations may apply multiple times for support; however, after receiving approval an organization is no longer eligible for funding until the following calendar year.