THE TOMORROWS PROJECT: Foster Youth with a Future

Name: Philip Corpuz Job Title: Global Transportation Coordinator Tomorrow’s Project: Foster Youth with a Future Tagline: Preparing Foster Youth for success towards adulthood with educational programs. Tell us about your Tomorrow’s Project. My Tomorrows Project is to help enrich the current and former foster youth in the Los Angeles area through the non-profit organization United Friends of the Children. Since 1979, UFC has been an integral part of the Los Angeles foster care community with early advocacy efforts that helped establish the L.A. County Department of Children and Family Services and pass the Foster Care Independence Act. My Tomorrows Project…

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THE TOMORROWS PROJECT: Angel Hanz for the Homeless

Name: Holli Schmidt Job Title: Executive Assistant Tomorrows Project Title: Angel Hanz for the Homeless Project Tagline: Let’s Never Forget About the Pets Tell us about your Tomorrows Project. My Tomorrows Project supported Angel Hanz for the Homeless to replenish much needed supplies for the homeless and their pets in the greater Los Angeles area. My Tomorrows Project provided care packages and supplies such as tent shelters, sleeping bags, clothing, hygiene products, blankets, leashes, pet food and pet beds to go to homeless people and their pets. The supplies will be passed out at a monthly distribution event. Also, thanks…

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THE TOMORROWS PROJECT: Anything Can Be Fund

Name:  Laurie Flenner Job Title:  Service Delivery Manager – IT Tomorrow’s Project: “Anything Can Be” Fund Tagline:  Extracurricular Scholarships for children in need in Culver City, CA Tell us about your Tomorrows Project? My Tomorrows Project is focused on creating the “Anything Can Be” Fund in Culver City, CA. The “Anything Can Be” Fund provides approximately 30 local students with scholarships to participate in programs like soccer, piano, dance or martial arts, that develop skills and empower them to succeed. I believe that every child should have the opportunity to participate in these valuable extracurricular activities, however they can often…

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Discover the Regions Where We Give: Guatemala

Guatemala, the Land of Eternal Spring, is a country where TOMS has had a long-standing relationship through giving and is the inspiration for this season’s Regions Where We Give shoe! When on a recent trip, our product design team fell in love with the sweeping landscapes, rich culture and brightly colored textiles found at local markets. Since 2011, TOMS has given over 2.2 million pairs of new shoes in Guatemala with our Giving Partners ADRI, AmeriCares, Buckner, Children International and Feed the Children. Shoes are used to support their many programs, ranging from health, education, economic advancement and nutrition and…

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The Last-Mile Contribution

At TOMS, we take our commitment to giving shoes seriously. Our Giving Department works hard to send custom, made-to-order shoes to fit the needs of all of the diverse communities in which our Giving Partners work. We’ve learned that our Giving Partners put a significant amount of resources into distributing new TOMS Shoes to the children who need them most. And while some of these valued resourced are priceless — like relationships and trust within communities they serve — others can come with new, tangible expenses that make shoe distributions more difficult. To help ease the challenges and offset the…

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The Tomorrows Project: Yoga for the Deaf & Hard of Hearing Kids

Name: Jennifer (Jen) Kuo Job Title: Social Media Engagement Specialist Tomorrows Project: Yoga for the Deaf & Hard of Hearing Kids Tagline: A wellness yoga program for kids to practice their listening/language skills while staying physically active & maintaining a healthy lifestyle. What is your Tomorrows Project? My Tomorrows Project is to bring an educational yoga program to a non-profit called No Limits for Deaf and Hard of Hearing Children. The program will use the kid-friendly, Chi Universe Phresh Mats. The mats utilize fun shapes and colors to help the kids with body alignment and serve as visual cues for the…

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The Tomorrows Project: Hungry to Learn

Employee Name: David Shaffer Employee Job Title: Learning & Development Manager, Retail Tomorrows Project Title: Hungry to Learn Project Tagline: 1-in-5 college students is food insecure. With all that these students have on their plates, shouldn’t food be one them? What is your Tomorrows Project? (tell us what your Tomorrows Project details): Hungry To Learn supports at-risk students at Los Medanos College (LMC) by providing access to healthy food on campus and at home via an on campus food pantry.  While facing food insecurity, many students are forced to choose between staying in school and working to put food on…

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Tune in: Giving from Jin-goo Oppa

Follow Korean actor Yeo Jin-goo as he travels to Vietnam to give shoes to children with Giving Partner Project RENEW. Watch the video below for a sneak peek of “Giving from Jin-goo Oppa” – presented by TOMS and tvN. The two-episode series will air at tvNAsia on December 10 and 17 at 10:30pm (GMT +8). How To Watch tvN: Hong Kong: iCable TV Ch.228 • NOW TV Ch.155 • TVB Network Vision Ch.35 / Ch.235(HD) • UTV Taiwan: CATV tvN Asia • MOD Ch.096 Singapore: Starhub TV Ch.824(HD) • Singtel TV Ch.518 Philippines: Destiny Cable Ch.75 • SkyCable Ch.145 /…

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THE TOMORROWS PROJECT: Foster Youth with a Future

Name: Philip Corpuz Job Title: Global Transportation Coordinator Tomorrow’s Project: Foster Youth with a Future Tagline: Preparing Foster Youth for success towards adulthood with educational programs. Tell us about your Tomorrow’s Project. My Tomorrows Project is to help enrich the current and former foster youth in the Los Angeles area through the non-profit organization United Friends of the Children. Since 1979, UFC has been an integral part of the Los Angeles foster care community with early advocacy efforts that helped establish the L.A. County Department of Children and Family Services and pass the Foster Care Independence Act. My Tomorrows Project…

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THE TOMORROWS PROJECT: Angel Hanz for the Homeless

Name: Holli Schmidt Job Title: Executive Assistant Tomorrows Project Title: Angel Hanz for the Homeless Project Tagline: Let’s Never Forget About the Pets Tell us about your Tomorrows Project. My Tomorrows Project supported Angel Hanz for the Homeless to replenish much needed supplies for the homeless and their pets in the greater Los Angeles area. My Tomorrows Project provided care packages and supplies such as tent shelters, sleeping bags, clothing, hygiene products, blankets, leashes, pet food and pet beds to go to homeless people and their pets. The supplies will be passed out at a monthly distribution event. Also, thanks…

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THE TOMORROWS PROJECT: Anything Can Be Fund

Name:  Laurie Flenner Job Title:  Service Delivery Manager – IT Tomorrow’s Project: “Anything Can Be” Fund Tagline:  Extracurricular Scholarships for children in need in Culver City, CA Tell us about your Tomorrows Project? My Tomorrows Project is focused on creating the “Anything Can Be” Fund in Culver City, CA. The “Anything Can Be” Fund provides approximately 30 local students with scholarships to participate in programs like soccer, piano, dance or martial arts, that develop skills and empower them to succeed. I believe that every child should have the opportunity to participate in these valuable extracurricular activities, however they can often…

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Discover the Regions Where We Give: Guatemala

Guatemala, the Land of Eternal Spring, is a country where TOMS has had a long-standing relationship through giving and is the inspiration for this season’s Regions Where We Give shoe! When on a recent trip, our product design team fell in love with the sweeping landscapes, rich culture and brightly colored textiles found at local markets. Since 2011, TOMS has given over 2.2 million pairs of new shoes in Guatemala with our Giving Partners ADRI, AmeriCares, Buckner, Children International and Feed the Children. Shoes are used to support their many programs, ranging from health, education, economic advancement and nutrition and…

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The Last-Mile Contribution

At TOMS, we take our commitment to giving shoes seriously. Our Giving Department works hard to send custom, made-to-order shoes to fit the needs of all of the diverse communities in which our Giving Partners work. We’ve learned that our Giving Partners put a significant amount of resources into distributing new TOMS Shoes to the children who need them most. And while some of these valued resourced are priceless — like relationships and trust within communities they serve — others can come with new, tangible expenses that make shoe distributions more difficult. To help ease the challenges and offset the…

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The Tomorrows Project: Yoga for the Deaf & Hard of Hearing Kids

Name: Jennifer (Jen) Kuo Job Title: Social Media Engagement Specialist Tomorrows Project: Yoga for the Deaf & Hard of Hearing Kids Tagline: A wellness yoga program for kids to practice their listening/language skills while staying physically active & maintaining a healthy lifestyle. What is your Tomorrows Project? My Tomorrows Project is to bring an educational yoga program to a non-profit called No Limits for Deaf and Hard of Hearing Children. The program will use the kid-friendly, Chi Universe Phresh Mats. The mats utilize fun shapes and colors to help the kids with body alignment and serve as visual cues for the…

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The Tomorrows Project: Hungry to Learn

Employee Name: David Shaffer Employee Job Title: Learning & Development Manager, Retail Tomorrows Project Title: Hungry to Learn Project Tagline: 1-in-5 college students is food insecure. With all that these students have on their plates, shouldn’t food be one them? What is your Tomorrows Project? (tell us what your Tomorrows Project details): Hungry To Learn supports at-risk students at Los Medanos College (LMC) by providing access to healthy food on campus and at home via an on campus food pantry.  While facing food insecurity, many students are forced to choose between staying in school and working to put food on…

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Tune in: Giving from Jin-goo Oppa

Follow Korean actor Yeo Jin-goo as he travels to Vietnam to give shoes to children with Giving Partner Project RENEW. Watch the video below for a sneak peek of “Giving from Jin-goo Oppa” – presented by TOMS and tvN. The two-episode series will air at tvNAsia on December 10 and 17 at 10:30pm (GMT +8). How To Watch tvN: Hong Kong: iCable TV Ch.228 • NOW TV Ch.155 • TVB Network Vision Ch.35 / Ch.235(HD) • UTV Taiwan: CATV tvN Asia • MOD Ch.096 Singapore: Starhub TV Ch.824(HD) • Singtel TV Ch.518 Philippines: Destiny Cable Ch.75 • SkyCable Ch.145 /…

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Introducing TOMS Giving Partner Children International

July 22nd, 2014 by TOMS

This season, we’re taking you on a journey with us through Guatemala. Last spring, a TOMS team of employees headed into the field to explore, adventure and most of all, learn about the incredible work our Giving Partners in shoes, sight and water are doing every day to help improve communities and the lives of people who live in them. Today, we’d like for you to meet Children International, a Shoe Giving Partner in Guatemala.

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Children International began working in Guatemala in 1979. They currently serve the needs of nearly 340,000 impoverished children and youth worldwide, including more than 30,000 in Guatemala. At the organization’s community centers, children receive access to health services, educational assistance and material benefits — like TOMS Shoes — designed to help them become healthy, educated and self-reliant adults.

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“The biggest impact that CI has lies in giving children and youth the potential to be Guatemalans with the tools they need to win the battle against poverty,” Ana Maria, Children International’s Guatemala director, shared. “Through the combination of health services, education opportunities and life and job skills, our children can become young adults with the capacity to be better people, have better families, and break the cycle of underdevelopment in their communities.”

“TOMS Shoes help children and youth to have an essential tool for their education and health,” she said.

In these community centers, caring and dedicated staff and volunteers nurture these children, who often live in dangerous neighborhoods. The centers offer confidence-building programs that teach adolescents how to avoid negative influences, lead healthy lifestyles, practice financial responsibility and use skills like problem-solving, teamwork, leadership and civic engagement to improve their lives and communities.

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To learn more about TOMS and Children International, visit: https://www.children.org/toms 

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Name: Philip Corpuz Job Title: Global Transportation Coordinator Tomorrow’s Project: Foster Youth with a Future Tagline: Preparing Foster Youth for success towards adulthood with educational programs. Tell us about your Tomorrow’s Project. My Tomorrows Project is to help enrich the current and former foster youth in the Los Angeles area through the non-profit organization United Friends of the Children. Since 1979, UFC has been an integral part of the Los Angeles foster care community with early advocacy efforts that helped establish the L.A. County Department of Children and Family Services and pass the Foster Care Independence Act. My Tomorrows Project…

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THE TOMORROWS PROJECT: Angel Hanz for the Homeless

Name: Holli Schmidt Job Title: Executive Assistant Tomorrows Project Title: Angel Hanz for the Homeless Project Tagline: Let’s Never Forget About the Pets Tell us about your Tomorrows Project. My Tomorrows Project supported Angel Hanz for the Homeless to replenish much needed supplies for the homeless and their pets in the greater Los Angeles area. My Tomorrows Project provided care packages and supplies such as tent shelters, sleeping bags, clothing, hygiene products, blankets, leashes, pet food and pet beds to go to homeless people and their pets. The supplies will be passed out at a monthly distribution event. Also, thanks…

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THE TOMORROWS PROJECT: Anything Can Be Fund

Name:  Laurie Flenner Job Title:  Service Delivery Manager – IT Tomorrow’s Project: “Anything Can Be” Fund Tagline:  Extracurricular Scholarships for children in need in Culver City, CA Tell us about your Tomorrows Project? My Tomorrows Project is focused on creating the “Anything Can Be” Fund in Culver City, CA. The “Anything Can Be” Fund provides approximately 30 local students with scholarships to participate in programs like soccer, piano, dance or martial arts, that develop skills and empower them to succeed. I believe that every child should have the opportunity to participate in these valuable extracurricular activities, however they can often…

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Discover the Regions Where We Give: Guatemala

Guatemala, the Land of Eternal Spring, is a country where TOMS has had a long-standing relationship through giving and is the inspiration for this season’s Regions Where We Give shoe! When on a recent trip, our product design team fell in love with the sweeping landscapes, rich culture and brightly colored textiles found at local markets. Since 2011, TOMS has given over 2.2 million pairs of new shoes in Guatemala with our Giving Partners ADRI, AmeriCares, Buckner, Children International and Feed the Children. Shoes are used to support their many programs, ranging from health, education, economic advancement and nutrition and…

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The Last-Mile Contribution

At TOMS, we take our commitment to giving shoes seriously. Our Giving Department works hard to send custom, made-to-order shoes to fit the needs of all of the diverse communities in which our Giving Partners work. We’ve learned that our Giving Partners put a significant amount of resources into distributing new TOMS Shoes to the children who need them most. And while some of these valued resourced are priceless — like relationships and trust within communities they serve — others can come with new, tangible expenses that make shoe distributions more difficult. To help ease the challenges and offset the…

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The Tomorrows Project: Yoga for the Deaf & Hard of Hearing Kids

Name: Jennifer (Jen) Kuo Job Title: Social Media Engagement Specialist Tomorrows Project: Yoga for the Deaf & Hard of Hearing Kids Tagline: A wellness yoga program for kids to practice their listening/language skills while staying physically active & maintaining a healthy lifestyle. What is your Tomorrows Project? My Tomorrows Project is to bring an educational yoga program to a non-profit called No Limits for Deaf and Hard of Hearing Children. The program will use the kid-friendly, Chi Universe Phresh Mats. The mats utilize fun shapes and colors to help the kids with body alignment and serve as visual cues for the…

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The Tomorrows Project: Hungry to Learn

Employee Name: David Shaffer Employee Job Title: Learning & Development Manager, Retail Tomorrows Project Title: Hungry to Learn Project Tagline: 1-in-5 college students is food insecure. With all that these students have on their plates, shouldn’t food be one them? What is your Tomorrows Project? (tell us what your Tomorrows Project details): Hungry To Learn supports at-risk students at Los Medanos College (LMC) by providing access to healthy food on campus and at home via an on campus food pantry.  While facing food insecurity, many students are forced to choose between staying in school and working to put food on…

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Tune in: Giving from Jin-goo Oppa

Follow Korean actor Yeo Jin-goo as he travels to Vietnam to give shoes to children with Giving Partner Project RENEW. Watch the video below for a sneak peek of “Giving from Jin-goo Oppa” – presented by TOMS and tvN. The two-episode series will air at tvNAsia on December 10 and 17 at 10:30pm (GMT +8). How To Watch tvN: Hong Kong: iCable TV Ch.228 • NOW TV Ch.155 • TVB Network Vision Ch.35 / Ch.235(HD) • UTV Taiwan: CATV tvN Asia • MOD Ch.096 Singapore: Starhub TV Ch.824(HD) • Singtel TV Ch.518 Philippines: Destiny Cable Ch.75 • SkyCable Ch.145 /…

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THE TOMORROWS PROJECT: Foster Youth with a Future

Name: Philip Corpuz Job Title: Global Transportation Coordinator Tomorrow’s Project: Foster Youth with a Future Tagline: Preparing Foster Youth for success towards adulthood with educational programs. Tell us about your Tomorrow’s Project. My Tomorrows Project is to help enrich the current and former foster youth in the Los Angeles area through the non-profit organization United Friends of the Children. Since 1979, UFC has been an integral part of the Los Angeles foster care community with early advocacy efforts that helped establish the L.A. County Department of Children and Family Services and pass the Foster Care Independence Act. My Tomorrows Project…

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THE TOMORROWS PROJECT: Angel Hanz for the Homeless

Name: Holli Schmidt Job Title: Executive Assistant Tomorrows Project Title: Angel Hanz for the Homeless Project Tagline: Let’s Never Forget About the Pets Tell us about your Tomorrows Project. My Tomorrows Project supported Angel Hanz for the Homeless to replenish much needed supplies for the homeless and their pets in the greater Los Angeles area. My Tomorrows Project provided care packages and supplies such as tent shelters, sleeping bags, clothing, hygiene products, blankets, leashes, pet food and pet beds to go to homeless people and their pets. The supplies will be passed out at a monthly distribution event. Also, thanks…

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THE TOMORROWS PROJECT: Anything Can Be Fund

Name:  Laurie Flenner Job Title:  Service Delivery Manager – IT Tomorrow’s Project: “Anything Can Be” Fund Tagline:  Extracurricular Scholarships for children in need in Culver City, CA Tell us about your Tomorrows Project? My Tomorrows Project is focused on creating the “Anything Can Be” Fund in Culver City, CA. The “Anything Can Be” Fund provides approximately 30 local students with scholarships to participate in programs like soccer, piano, dance or martial arts, that develop skills and empower them to succeed. I believe that every child should have the opportunity to participate in these valuable extracurricular activities, however they can often…

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Discover the Regions Where We Give: Guatemala

Guatemala, the Land of Eternal Spring, is a country where TOMS has had a long-standing relationship through giving and is the inspiration for this season’s Regions Where We Give shoe! When on a recent trip, our product design team fell in love with the sweeping landscapes, rich culture and brightly colored textiles found at local markets. Since 2011, TOMS has given over 2.2 million pairs of new shoes in Guatemala with our Giving Partners ADRI, AmeriCares, Buckner, Children International and Feed the Children. Shoes are used to support their many programs, ranging from health, education, economic advancement and nutrition and…

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The Last-Mile Contribution

At TOMS, we take our commitment to giving shoes seriously. Our Giving Department works hard to send custom, made-to-order shoes to fit the needs of all of the diverse communities in which our Giving Partners work. We’ve learned that our Giving Partners put a significant amount of resources into distributing new TOMS Shoes to the children who need them most. And while some of these valued resourced are priceless — like relationships and trust within communities they serve — others can come with new, tangible expenses that make shoe distributions more difficult. To help ease the challenges and offset the…

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The Tomorrows Project: Yoga for the Deaf & Hard of Hearing Kids

Name: Jennifer (Jen) Kuo Job Title: Social Media Engagement Specialist Tomorrows Project: Yoga for the Deaf & Hard of Hearing Kids Tagline: A wellness yoga program for kids to practice their listening/language skills while staying physically active & maintaining a healthy lifestyle. What is your Tomorrows Project? My Tomorrows Project is to bring an educational yoga program to a non-profit called No Limits for Deaf and Hard of Hearing Children. The program will use the kid-friendly, Chi Universe Phresh Mats. The mats utilize fun shapes and colors to help the kids with body alignment and serve as visual cues for the…

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The Tomorrows Project: Hungry to Learn

Employee Name: David Shaffer Employee Job Title: Learning & Development Manager, Retail Tomorrows Project Title: Hungry to Learn Project Tagline: 1-in-5 college students is food insecure. With all that these students have on their plates, shouldn’t food be one them? What is your Tomorrows Project? (tell us what your Tomorrows Project details): Hungry To Learn supports at-risk students at Los Medanos College (LMC) by providing access to healthy food on campus and at home via an on campus food pantry.  While facing food insecurity, many students are forced to choose between staying in school and working to put food on…

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THE TOMORROWS PROJECT: Foster Youth with a Future

Name: Philip Corpuz Job Title: Global Transportation Coordinator Tomorrow’s Project: Foster Youth with a Future Tagline: Preparing Foster Youth for success towards adulthood with educational programs. Tell us about your Tomorrow’s Project. My Tomorrows Project is to help enrich the current and former foster youth in the Los Angeles area through the non-profit organization United Friends of the Children. Since 1979, UFC has been an integral part of the Los Angeles foster care community with early advocacy efforts that helped establish the L.A. County Department of Children and Family Services and pass the Foster Care Independence Act. My Tomorrows Project…

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Name: Holli Schmidt Job Title: Executive Assistant Tomorrows Project Title: Angel Hanz for the Homeless Project Tagline: Let’s Never Forget About the Pets Tell us about your Tomorrows Project. My Tomorrows Project supported Angel Hanz for the Homeless to replenish much needed supplies for the homeless and their pets in the greater Los Angeles area. My Tomorrows Project provided care packages and supplies such as tent shelters, sleeping bags, clothing, hygiene products, blankets, leashes, pet food and pet beds to go to homeless people and their pets. The supplies will be passed out at a monthly distribution event. Also, thanks…

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THE TOMORROWS PROJECT: Anything Can Be Fund

Name:  Laurie Flenner Job Title:  Service Delivery Manager – IT Tomorrow’s Project: “Anything Can Be” Fund Tagline:  Extracurricular Scholarships for children in need in Culver City, CA Tell us about your Tomorrows Project? My Tomorrows Project is focused on creating the “Anything Can Be” Fund in Culver City, CA. The “Anything Can Be” Fund provides approximately 30 local students with scholarships to participate in programs like soccer, piano, dance or martial arts, that develop skills and empower them to succeed. I believe that every child should have the opportunity to participate in these valuable extracurricular activities, however they can often…

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Discover the Regions Where We Give: Guatemala

Guatemala, the Land of Eternal Spring, is a country where TOMS has had a long-standing relationship through giving and is the inspiration for this season’s Regions Where We Give shoe! When on a recent trip, our product design team fell in love with the sweeping landscapes, rich culture and brightly colored textiles found at local markets. Since 2011, TOMS has given over 2.2 million pairs of new shoes in Guatemala with our Giving Partners ADRI, AmeriCares, Buckner, Children International and Feed the Children. Shoes are used to support their many programs, ranging from health, education, economic advancement and nutrition and…

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The Last-Mile Contribution

At TOMS, we take our commitment to giving shoes seriously. Our Giving Department works hard to send custom, made-to-order shoes to fit the needs of all of the diverse communities in which our Giving Partners work. We’ve learned that our Giving Partners put a significant amount of resources into distributing new TOMS Shoes to the children who need them most. And while some of these valued resourced are priceless — like relationships and trust within communities they serve — others can come with new, tangible expenses that make shoe distributions more difficult. To help ease the challenges and offset the…

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The Tomorrows Project: Yoga for the Deaf & Hard of Hearing Kids

Name: Jennifer (Jen) Kuo Job Title: Social Media Engagement Specialist Tomorrows Project: Yoga for the Deaf & Hard of Hearing Kids Tagline: A wellness yoga program for kids to practice their listening/language skills while staying physically active & maintaining a healthy lifestyle. What is your Tomorrows Project? My Tomorrows Project is to bring an educational yoga program to a non-profit called No Limits for Deaf and Hard of Hearing Children. The program will use the kid-friendly, Chi Universe Phresh Mats. The mats utilize fun shapes and colors to help the kids with body alignment and serve as visual cues for the…

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The Tomorrows Project: Hungry to Learn

Employee Name: David Shaffer Employee Job Title: Learning & Development Manager, Retail Tomorrows Project Title: Hungry to Learn Project Tagline: 1-in-5 college students is food insecure. With all that these students have on their plates, shouldn’t food be one them? What is your Tomorrows Project? (tell us what your Tomorrows Project details): Hungry To Learn supports at-risk students at Los Medanos College (LMC) by providing access to healthy food on campus and at home via an on campus food pantry.  While facing food insecurity, many students are forced to choose between staying in school and working to put food on…

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Tune in: Giving from Jin-goo Oppa

Follow Korean actor Yeo Jin-goo as he travels to Vietnam to give shoes to children with Giving Partner Project RENEW. Watch the video below for a sneak peek of “Giving from Jin-goo Oppa” – presented by TOMS and tvN. The two-episode series will air at tvNAsia on December 10 and 17 at 10:30pm (GMT +8). How To Watch tvN: Hong Kong: iCable TV Ch.228 • NOW TV Ch.155 • TVB Network Vision Ch.35 / Ch.235(HD) • UTV Taiwan: CATV tvN Asia • MOD Ch.096 Singapore: Starhub TV Ch.824(HD) • Singtel TV Ch.518 Philippines: Destiny Cable Ch.75 • SkyCable Ch.145 /…

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THE TOMORROWS PROJECT: Foster Youth with a Future

Name: Philip Corpuz Job Title: Global Transportation Coordinator Tomorrow’s Project: Foster Youth with a Future Tagline: Preparing Foster Youth for success towards adulthood with educational programs. Tell us about your Tomorrow’s Project. My Tomorrows Project is to help enrich the current and former foster youth in the Los Angeles area through the non-profit organization United Friends of the Children. Since 1979, UFC has been an integral part of the Los Angeles foster care community with early advocacy efforts that helped establish the L.A. County Department of Children and Family Services and pass the Foster Care Independence Act. My Tomorrows Project…

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THE TOMORROWS PROJECT: Angel Hanz for the Homeless

Name: Holli Schmidt Job Title: Executive Assistant Tomorrows Project Title: Angel Hanz for the Homeless Project Tagline: Let’s Never Forget About the Pets Tell us about your Tomorrows Project. My Tomorrows Project supported Angel Hanz for the Homeless to replenish much needed supplies for the homeless and their pets in the greater Los Angeles area. My Tomorrows Project provided care packages and supplies such as tent shelters, sleeping bags, clothing, hygiene products, blankets, leashes, pet food and pet beds to go to homeless people and their pets. The supplies will be passed out at a monthly distribution event. Also, thanks…

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THE TOMORROWS PROJECT: Anything Can Be Fund

Name:  Laurie Flenner Job Title:  Service Delivery Manager – IT Tomorrow’s Project: “Anything Can Be” Fund Tagline:  Extracurricular Scholarships for children in need in Culver City, CA Tell us about your Tomorrows Project? My Tomorrows Project is focused on creating the “Anything Can Be” Fund in Culver City, CA. The “Anything Can Be” Fund provides approximately 30 local students with scholarships to participate in programs like soccer, piano, dance or martial arts, that develop skills and empower them to succeed. I believe that every child should have the opportunity to participate in these valuable extracurricular activities, however they can often…

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Discover the Regions Where We Give: Guatemala

Guatemala, the Land of Eternal Spring, is a country where TOMS has had a long-standing relationship through giving and is the inspiration for this season’s Regions Where We Give shoe! When on a recent trip, our product design team fell in love with the sweeping landscapes, rich culture and brightly colored textiles found at local markets. Since 2011, TOMS has given over 2.2 million pairs of new shoes in Guatemala with our Giving Partners ADRI, AmeriCares, Buckner, Children International and Feed the Children. Shoes are used to support their many programs, ranging from health, education, economic advancement and nutrition and…

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The Last-Mile Contribution

At TOMS, we take our commitment to giving shoes seriously. Our Giving Department works hard to send custom, made-to-order shoes to fit the needs of all of the diverse communities in which our Giving Partners work. We’ve learned that our Giving Partners put a significant amount of resources into distributing new TOMS Shoes to the children who need them most. And while some of these valued resourced are priceless — like relationships and trust within communities they serve — others can come with new, tangible expenses that make shoe distributions more difficult. To help ease the challenges and offset the…

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The Tomorrows Project: Yoga for the Deaf & Hard of Hearing Kids

Name: Jennifer (Jen) Kuo Job Title: Social Media Engagement Specialist Tomorrows Project: Yoga for the Deaf & Hard of Hearing Kids Tagline: A wellness yoga program for kids to practice their listening/language skills while staying physically active & maintaining a healthy lifestyle. What is your Tomorrows Project? My Tomorrows Project is to bring an educational yoga program to a non-profit called No Limits for Deaf and Hard of Hearing Children. The program will use the kid-friendly, Chi Universe Phresh Mats. The mats utilize fun shapes and colors to help the kids with body alignment and serve as visual cues for the…

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The Tomorrows Project: Hungry to Learn

Employee Name: David Shaffer Employee Job Title: Learning & Development Manager, Retail Tomorrows Project Title: Hungry to Learn Project Tagline: 1-in-5 college students is food insecure. With all that these students have on their plates, shouldn’t food be one them? What is your Tomorrows Project? (tell us what your Tomorrows Project details): Hungry To Learn supports at-risk students at Los Medanos College (LMC) by providing access to healthy food on campus and at home via an on campus food pantry.  While facing food insecurity, many students are forced to choose between staying in school and working to put food on…

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Tune in: Giving from Jin-goo Oppa

Follow Korean actor Yeo Jin-goo as he travels to Vietnam to give shoes to children with Giving Partner Project RENEW. Watch the video below for a sneak peek of “Giving from Jin-goo Oppa” – presented by TOMS and tvN. The two-episode series will air at tvNAsia on December 10 and 17 at 10:30pm (GMT +8). How To Watch tvN: Hong Kong: iCable TV Ch.228 • NOW TV Ch.155 • TVB Network Vision Ch.35 / Ch.235(HD) • UTV Taiwan: CATV tvN Asia • MOD Ch.096 Singapore: Starhub TV Ch.824(HD) • Singtel TV Ch.518 Philippines: Destiny Cable Ch.75 • SkyCable Ch.145 /…

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