"We’ve found [Girl Talk's] peer-to-peer mentorship model to be unique among nonprofit organizations serving girls, and a proven model to build confidence, develop leadership skills and learn the value of service to others. Beyond an annual monetary contribution, our corporate leadership team is committed to advancing the Girl Talk mission, through collaboration, resource sharing and professional expertise. We are most proud of our independent sales consultants who have driven unprecedented Chapter growth in their local communities across the U.S. and Canada."

- WENDY BRADSHAW, Executive Director of Community Affairs and Philanthropy, Thirty-One Gifts

AT THIRTY-ONE, GIVING IS PART OF WHO WE ARE.

That's why we created Thirty-One Gives, a charitable program that empowers girls, women, and families by helping them build the confidence and self-esteem needed to live a purposeful, thriving life.

Thirty-One Gives is proudly celebrating six years of a fully integrated partnership that has empowered girls throughout the U.S. and Canada to cultivate confidence and leadership through peer-to-peer mentoring networks. To date, nearly 40% of all Girl Talk Chapters have been inspired by Thirty-One. 

Together we have reached more than 65,000 girls with a leadership curriculum designed for high school girls to mentor middle school girls. Each new Girl Talk Chapter receives a Thirty-One Welcome Kit full of inspirational products to jump right into Chapter meetings. We are also thrilled that Girl Talk supporters are now able to order the Girl Talk logo on any product that can be personalized in our Thirty-One catalog!

We are proud to celebrate that in 2016 Girl Talk awarded Natalie Cox & Mikayla Keen as Girl Talk National Leaders of the Year from a Chapter led by Thirty-One Independent Consultant Carrie Martin from Indiana.

Thirty-One Gifts is proud to be partnered with Girl Talk through its Thirty-One Gives charitable mission to raise a generation of strong, compassionate leaders who will grow to be strong confident women serving their communities.

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