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! for children’s mental health research
This spring, join Thirty-One as we support the movement to transform children’s mental health. When you Round Up! your order or make a donation from March through May, you’re supporting life-changing research at Nationwide Children’s Hospital in the U.S. and Canada’s Children’s Hospital Foundations in Canada. Visit onoursleeves.org to find and share U.S. mental health resources and childrenshospitals.ca for resources in 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
“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
Giving in action
Director Jayme Stadsvold and her family donated Cinch Sacs and Zip-Top Organizing Utility Totes to their local child advocacy centre in Sioux City, Iowa. The centre supports child survivors of abuse. Each bag contained teddy bears and blankets to help bring comfort to the children.
Senior Director Christine Bondi of Blaine, Minnesota, and her friends donated bags filled with soothing gifts such as colouring pages, fuzzy socks and kind notes to Amberwing: Center for Youth and Family Well-Being, a facility that supports children’s mental health.
Senior Director Rachael Lujbli and her family donated a car full of “blessing bags” to a local nursing home in Lake George, New York. These blessing bags are meant to bring a little bit of joy to seniors living there!
Director Hope Wissel of Brick, New Jersey, created welcome baskets and donated them to the organization Homes Now, which supports single moms moving into their forever homes. Each basket they receive is a gift of love filled with supplies for their new home.
Director Andria Gibson donated 116 caddies filled with puzzles, cards and more to seniors in her town of London, Ontario, helping to brighten their day! Andria donated the items in memory of her grandma.
Senior Consultant Shari Drummelsmith donated 87 caddies to two hospitals around Dutton, Ontario. Seventy-two caddies were donated to London Children’s Hospital, and 15 caddies were donated to St. Thomas Elgin General Hospital for their mental health patients.