When you give, you are joining us in a movement to change these statistics:
around the world consider
feel insecure or not sure
are for women
When you buy Thirty-One Gifts products, customers in the U.S. and Canada will have the option to donate a little change by rounding up your purchase (after tax and shipping) to the nearest dollar. Donations will remain in their country of origin to support nonprofits aligned with our mission. Since 2012, that change has added up to 1.9M! Thank you to all our Hostesses & Customers for being part of the Give.
Gives Round Up! contributions are considered a tax-deductible contribution. Customers are responsible for maintaining their own records for tax purposes. Thirty-One Gifts will provide a tax receipt required by the IRS to customers whose cumulative Round Up! exceeds $250 on an annual basis.
Every Thirty-One purchase made throughout the year adds up to help us impact the lives of as many girls, women and families as possible. This year, Thirty-One Gives will donate approximately 5% of our net total sales in product and cash to support those partner organizations.
You can also show special support for Girls Take Flight™ and Nationwide Children’s Hospital by carrying our featured product this season: our U R U thermal tote in Butterfly Swirl Dot.
And you can always personalize with a Thirty-One Gives Care Ribbon to raise awareness for a cause closest to your heart or a Gives Icon-It to tell others about the Give.
You can also be part of the Give by making a tax-deductible donation to the Thirty-One Gives Fund, a component of The Columbus Foundation. Although the Fund is administered locally, the money can be distributed to nonprofit organizations worldwide that align with the Gives Mission. Thirty-One Gives decides where and when the money in the Fund is spent. Click below to make your cash donation through The Columbus Foundation’s secure site.
1. SOURCE: The Huffington Post
2. SOURCE: Dove.com
3. SOURCE: Real Girls, Real Pressure: National Report on the State of Self-Esteem, Dove Self-Esteem Fund
4. SOURCE: The Foundation Center Report on Women and Philanthropy