Thirty-One Gifts along with its charitable brain-child, Thirty-One Gives, has begun a spring fundraising campaign on behalf of Nationwide Children’s Hospital. From 31st May, Thirty-One Gifts will present customers with the chance to support the hospital’s behavioral health platform known as ‘On Our Sleeves’ by rounding up prices to the nearest dollar or letting them contribute an amount to their liking.
“It is time to break the silence about children’s mental health and with the support of mission-driven partners like Thirty-One Gifts, together, we can set the foundation for helping children not just in our own backyard, but also provide critical resources to children and families around the country,” Niki Shafer who is the senior vice president, Outreach, Nationwide Children’s Hospital Foundation said.
The project ‘On our Sleeves’ was launched in the autumn of 2018. Its objective was to generate a system of support for the hundreds and thousands of families throughout the country suffering from and living with mental disorders. The project deals with the taboo that is the identification of a mental disease or behavioral health ailment and giving the essential tools required to aid in improving behavioral health results.
“Since 2016, we have been proudly partnered with Nationwide Children’s Hospital in support of life-changing behavioral health research and are now proud to join the On Our Sleeves movement with our family of more than 60,000 independent sales consultants across the U.S. to break mental health stigmas and support children everywhere,” Cindy Monroe states. She is the Founder & CEO of Thirty-One Gifts.
Thirty-One Gives strives to empower women and families by assisting them in building the self-assurance and self-esteem necessary to live a resolute and prosperous life. Thirty-One Gives has managed to donate $100 million, sine 2012, in the form of products and cash to charitable establishments that share their own mission.