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We love our military families!

Every year, thousands of women (and a few men) in the U.S. and Canada join the Thirty-One family – but did you know that many Consultants run their businesses from outside North America? These independent business owners have the freedom to share Thirty-One from U.S. and Canadian military bases here and around the globe.

A flexible opportunity

Just like our “civilian” Consultants, many Consultants who are part of a military family join for the flexibility a Thirty-One business offers. She can work her business from anywhere, at any time, sharing our products and opportunity with family and friends in far-away time zones.

And when “home” can change at a moment’s notice, a Thirty-One business can travel with her and her family. If she is deployed, a plan is put in place to protect her business and continue serving her Customers.

Community & connection

Whether it’s sharing our products at a party in person or online (or just over a casual cup of coffee), a Thirty-One business brings endless opportunities to build new relationships and maintain friendships – even thousands of kilometres away. And on base, a Thirty-One party is an easy way to foster connections among military spouses. 

Supporting military families

From frequent moves to long deployments, military families encounter unique challenges and sacrifices every day. 

Through the end of February, you can support military families when you Round Up! your order to the nearest dollar, or make a donation of any amount at checkout. Funds go to organizations supporting those who serve our country and communities, with a portion of funds benefitting the USO, which provides programming and resources to U.S. military families.

We’re also partnering with three organizations that support first responders – like police, firefighters and EMTs – in the U.S. and Canada: The Fraternal Order of Police Foundation, the International Association of Firefighters Foundation and the Canadian Critical Incident Stress Foundation

Check out more ways you can help military and first responders and their families by rounding up your order this winter!

1. Thirty-One Gifts Canada Inc. Statement of Typical Participant’s Earnings – 2018: The primary source of income of a Typical Participant in the Compensation Plan (the "Plan") of Thirty-One Gifts Canada Inc. ("Thirty-One") is from compensation on personal and downline sales of products and/or services. Personal earnings will vary. A Typical Participant in the Plan is defined as an Independent Consultant who actively engages in the activities necessary to realize the benefits of the Plan (i.e. active in at least five of twelve months). A Typical Participant in the Plan earns between Cdn $139 and $2,000 annually. Please note that these earnings have been derived from the past earnings experiences of Thirty-One. This Statement of Typical Participant’s Earnings will be updated annually.