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The Tomorrows Project: Camp Erin

Employee Name: Larry Cohen Title: Supply Chain Wholesale Customer Service, Majors Lead Tomorrows Project: Kids Learn to Cope with Grief Together Camp Tagline: Send 5 kids to grief support camp What is your Tomorrows Project? My Tomorrows Project is to support children to attend the Los Angeles chapter of Camp Erin, a grief support camp that brings kids together who’ve had a recent family death and provides free support, healing and community in a fun weekend camp environment. A majority of Camp Erin LA campers come from underserved and inner-city communities, many of who have never been to camp before, nor…

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Volunteering For One, Another

TOMS gives through a network of Giving Partners, nonprofit humanitarian organizations that we work with in the field. These partners have deep experience in the regions they serve, as well as expertise in poverty alleviation and international development. Read on to learn more about how volunteers fill a critical role within these organizations to distribute TOMS shoes around the world: The task of delivering shoes to children isn’t easy. Giving shoes thoughtfully and responsibly requires a lot of work and dedication. Our commitment to give shoes to children around the world is carried out by a group of over 90…

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Tracy’s Volunteer Story: Helping Those in Crisis

Today’s volunteer story was written by Tracy, Internal Communications Manager at TOMS. On any given day, you will find Tracy buried in copy or dancing around TOMS HQ. Read on to learn more about how Tracy’s volunteering experience with Bully Response Partner, Crisis Text Line: Volunteering has been a part of my life for as long as I can remember, but it wasn’t until I started working with Crisis Text Line that I truly stepped outside of my comfort zone to do so. I first heard about Crisis Text Line (commonly referred to as CTL) a full two years after…

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Marie’s Volunteer Story: Inspired by Giving in Peru

Today’s story was written by Marie, Merchandise Planning Manager of North America at TOMS.  On a typical day, you will find her working on inventory plans with her team, forecasting next years’ sales budgets, and answering emails about the day’s business. Read on to learn more about how Marie’s Giving Trip experience and how it led her to volunteer in Peru: My first Giving Trip forever changed me and my second trip confirmed it. On my trip in February 2013 with Buckner International Peru, I was in awe and inspired by the strength of the mothers we encountered. When I went…

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THE TOMORROWS PROJECT

In January 2016, TOMS introduced The Tomorrows Project to our employees, giving them an opportunity to be ambassadors for good. Since it’s inception, we have seen an overwhelming response of new projects from sending kids to grief camp to refurbishing end-of-life laptops to donate to a local children’s non-profit. What is The Tomorrows Project? The Tomorrows Project is a unique program that TOMS Founder and Chief Shoe Giver Blake Mycoskie came up with to empower TOMS employees to become social entrepreneurs and ambassadors for good. We created a digital platform for employees to post their ideas (such as build a…

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10 Years of Giving, Together

As we celebrate a decade of TOMS, there is so much to be proud of. We have grown our giving model beyond shoes, created four additional One for One businesses, and are selling TOMS in 75 countries. What does 10 years of giving together look like? With help of our customers and giving partners around the world, we’ve been able to give over 60 million new pairs of shoes, restore sight to over 400,000 people, provide over 335,000 weeks of safe water, and helping to support safe birth services for over 25,000 mothers. And this is just the beginning. We…

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Profiles in One for One: Jose Julian Receives Shoes Since 2012

As TOMS celebrates our 10-year anniversary, the Giving Team wanted to spotlight some of the Giving Partners and the beneficiaries we have had the pleasure to work with. We are lucky to share the story of Jose Julian, an 11-year-old boy from a town near Pueblo Nuevo, Nicaragua. Read on to learn more about Jose Julian and his participation as part of Feed the Children Nicaragua’s Child Development Program: Jose Julian is an 11-year-old boy from a town near Pueblo Nuevo, Nicaragua. Pueblo Nuevo is a town in the northwestern part of Nicaragua, situated near the Honduras-Nicaragua border. The area…

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Sankati’s Letter from India

As we celebrate TOMS 10th birthday, we take time to reflect on the first 10 years of Giving and the work our Giving Partners do around the world every day. Recently, one of our Sight Giving Partners shared a letter from a patient who received quality eye care and a pair of glasses thanks to a purchase of TOMS eyewear. Special thank you to Sight Giving Partners Seva Foundation and LV Prasad Eye Institute for sharing this letter with us. We wanted to share it with all of you: Shown here is Sankati, a 45-year-old woman from Mahboobnagar District in…

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TOMS Impact on Hogar de Ninos

Today’s note was written by Vivian Chahin, Voluntary Executive Director at Hogar de Niños Enmanuel located in San Pedro Sula, Honduras. Vivian has been Voluntary Executive Director of the home for the last 10 years. Hogar Enmanuel became a TOMS Shoe Giving Partner in 2010 after Vivian’s then 15-year-old daughter, Andrea, saw TOMS in Teen Vogue. Hogar Enmanuel is a TOMS family favorite as Giving Trips travel to Honduras to learn more about the work Hogar Enmanuel is doing in their local community and to spend time with the kids at the home. Read on to hear how Vivian reflects…

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Tag Archives: World Refugee Day

Aiding in Refugee Relief with TOMS Giving Partners

Now that you know the facts, we wanted to share some stories of how TOMS is working together with Giving Partners across the globe to provide much-needed relief to refugees in the Middle East and Africa. In addition to meeting the basic needs of refugees living in host communities or refugee camps, our Giving Partners are distributing new TOMS Shoes to children whose families have fled their homes due to violence or threat of persecution. TOMS x UNHCR: Giving to Sudanese refugees in Uganda Fifteen-year-old Okello and his family fled their home country of Sudan, now living in the Kyangwali…

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TOMS Recognizes World Refugee Day

The numbers are staggering: there are over 43.7 million refugees and internally displaced people around the world. Nearly half are children, spending their entire childhood far from home because millions of families lost their homes to violence and war. On June 20, TOMS is supporting World Refugee Day, an annual day established by the United Nations to honor the courage, strength and determination of the men, women and children who are forced to flee their homes under the threat of persecution, conflict or violence. TOMS is proud to support our Giving Partners like UNHCR, the U.S. Fund for UNICEF and…

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The Tomorrows Project: Camp Erin

Employee Name: Larry Cohen Title: Supply Chain Wholesale Customer Service, Majors Lead Tomorrows Project: Kids Learn to Cope with Grief Together Camp Tagline: Send 5 kids to grief support camp What is your Tomorrows Project? My Tomorrows Project is to support children to attend the Los Angeles chapter of Camp Erin, a grief support camp that brings kids together who’ve had a recent family death and provides free support, healing and community in a fun weekend camp environment. A majority of Camp Erin LA campers come from underserved and inner-city communities, many of who have never been to camp before, nor…

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Volunteering For One, Another

TOMS gives through a network of Giving Partners, nonprofit humanitarian organizations that we work with in the field. These partners have deep experience in the regions they serve, as well as expertise in poverty alleviation and international development. Read on to learn more about how volunteers fill a critical role within these organizations to distribute TOMS shoes around the world: The task of delivering shoes to children isn’t easy. Giving shoes thoughtfully and responsibly requires a lot of work and dedication. Our commitment to give shoes to children around the world is carried out by a group of over 90…

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Tracy’s Volunteer Story: Helping Those in Crisis

Today’s volunteer story was written by Tracy, Internal Communications Manager at TOMS. On any given day, you will find Tracy buried in copy or dancing around TOMS HQ. Read on to learn more about how Tracy’s volunteering experience with Bully Response Partner, Crisis Text Line: Volunteering has been a part of my life for as long as I can remember, but it wasn’t until I started working with Crisis Text Line that I truly stepped outside of my comfort zone to do so. I first heard about Crisis Text Line (commonly referred to as CTL) a full two years after…

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Marie’s Volunteer Story: Inspired by Giving in Peru

Today’s story was written by Marie, Merchandise Planning Manager of North America at TOMS.  On a typical day, you will find her working on inventory plans with her team, forecasting next years’ sales budgets, and answering emails about the day’s business. Read on to learn more about how Marie’s Giving Trip experience and how it led her to volunteer in Peru: My first Giving Trip forever changed me and my second trip confirmed it. On my trip in February 2013 with Buckner International Peru, I was in awe and inspired by the strength of the mothers we encountered. When I went…

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THE TOMORROWS PROJECT

In January 2016, TOMS introduced The Tomorrows Project to our employees, giving them an opportunity to be ambassadors for good. Since it’s inception, we have seen an overwhelming response of new projects from sending kids to grief camp to refurbishing end-of-life laptops to donate to a local children’s non-profit. What is The Tomorrows Project? The Tomorrows Project is a unique program that TOMS Founder and Chief Shoe Giver Blake Mycoskie came up with to empower TOMS employees to become social entrepreneurs and ambassadors for good. We created a digital platform for employees to post their ideas (such as build a…

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10 Years of Giving, Together

As we celebrate a decade of TOMS, there is so much to be proud of. We have grown our giving model beyond shoes, created four additional One for One businesses, and are selling TOMS in 75 countries. What does 10 years of giving together look like? With help of our customers and giving partners around the world, we’ve been able to give over 60 million new pairs of shoes, restore sight to over 400,000 people, provide over 335,000 weeks of safe water, and helping to support safe birth services for over 25,000 mothers. And this is just the beginning. We…

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Profiles in One for One: Jose Julian Receives Shoes Since 2012

As TOMS celebrates our 10-year anniversary, the Giving Team wanted to spotlight some of the Giving Partners and the beneficiaries we have had the pleasure to work with. We are lucky to share the story of Jose Julian, an 11-year-old boy from a town near Pueblo Nuevo, Nicaragua. Read on to learn more about Jose Julian and his participation as part of Feed the Children Nicaragua’s Child Development Program: Jose Julian is an 11-year-old boy from a town near Pueblo Nuevo, Nicaragua. Pueblo Nuevo is a town in the northwestern part of Nicaragua, situated near the Honduras-Nicaragua border. The area…

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Sankati’s Letter from India

As we celebrate TOMS 10th birthday, we take time to reflect on the first 10 years of Giving and the work our Giving Partners do around the world every day. Recently, one of our Sight Giving Partners shared a letter from a patient who received quality eye care and a pair of glasses thanks to a purchase of TOMS eyewear. Special thank you to Sight Giving Partners Seva Foundation and LV Prasad Eye Institute for sharing this letter with us. We wanted to share it with all of you: Shown here is Sankati, a 45-year-old woman from Mahboobnagar District in…

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TOMS Impact on Hogar de Ninos

Today’s note was written by Vivian Chahin, Voluntary Executive Director at Hogar de Niños Enmanuel located in San Pedro Sula, Honduras. Vivian has been Voluntary Executive Director of the home for the last 10 years. Hogar Enmanuel became a TOMS Shoe Giving Partner in 2010 after Vivian’s then 15-year-old daughter, Andrea, saw TOMS in Teen Vogue. Hogar Enmanuel is a TOMS family favorite as Giving Trips travel to Honduras to learn more about the work Hogar Enmanuel is doing in their local community and to spend time with the kids at the home. Read on to hear how Vivian reflects…

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The Tomorrows Project: Camp Erin

Employee Name: Larry Cohen Title: Supply Chain Wholesale Customer Service, Majors Lead Tomorrows Project: Kids Learn to Cope with Grief Together Camp Tagline: Send 5 kids to grief support camp What is your Tomorrows Project? My Tomorrows Project is to support children to attend the Los Angeles chapter of Camp Erin, a grief support camp that brings kids together who’ve had a recent family death and provides free support, healing and community in a fun weekend camp environment. A majority of Camp Erin LA campers come from underserved and inner-city communities, many of who have never been to camp before, nor…

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Volunteering For One, Another

TOMS gives through a network of Giving Partners, nonprofit humanitarian organizations that we work with in the field. These partners have deep experience in the regions they serve, as well as expertise in poverty alleviation and international development. Read on to learn more about how volunteers fill a critical role within these organizations to distribute TOMS shoes around the world: The task of delivering shoes to children isn’t easy. Giving shoes thoughtfully and responsibly requires a lot of work and dedication. Our commitment to give shoes to children around the world is carried out by a group of over 90…

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Tracy’s Volunteer Story: Helping Those in Crisis

Today’s volunteer story was written by Tracy, Internal Communications Manager at TOMS. On any given day, you will find Tracy buried in copy or dancing around TOMS HQ. Read on to learn more about how Tracy’s volunteering experience with Bully Response Partner, Crisis Text Line: Volunteering has been a part of my life for as long as I can remember, but it wasn’t until I started working with Crisis Text Line that I truly stepped outside of my comfort zone to do so. I first heard about Crisis Text Line (commonly referred to as CTL) a full two years after…

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Marie’s Volunteer Story: Inspired by Giving in Peru

Today’s story was written by Marie, Merchandise Planning Manager of North America at TOMS.  On a typical day, you will find her working on inventory plans with her team, forecasting next years’ sales budgets, and answering emails about the day’s business. Read on to learn more about how Marie’s Giving Trip experience and how it led her to volunteer in Peru: My first Giving Trip forever changed me and my second trip confirmed it. On my trip in February 2013 with Buckner International Peru, I was in awe and inspired by the strength of the mothers we encountered. When I went…

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THE TOMORROWS PROJECT

In January 2016, TOMS introduced The Tomorrows Project to our employees, giving them an opportunity to be ambassadors for good. Since it’s inception, we have seen an overwhelming response of new projects from sending kids to grief camp to refurbishing end-of-life laptops to donate to a local children’s non-profit. What is The Tomorrows Project? The Tomorrows Project is a unique program that TOMS Founder and Chief Shoe Giver Blake Mycoskie came up with to empower TOMS employees to become social entrepreneurs and ambassadors for good. We created a digital platform for employees to post their ideas (such as build a…

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10 Years of Giving, Together

As we celebrate a decade of TOMS, there is so much to be proud of. We have grown our giving model beyond shoes, created four additional One for One businesses, and are selling TOMS in 75 countries. What does 10 years of giving together look like? With help of our customers and giving partners around the world, we’ve been able to give over 60 million new pairs of shoes, restore sight to over 400,000 people, provide over 335,000 weeks of safe water, and helping to support safe birth services for over 25,000 mothers. And this is just the beginning. We…

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Profiles in One for One: Jose Julian Receives Shoes Since 2012

As TOMS celebrates our 10-year anniversary, the Giving Team wanted to spotlight some of the Giving Partners and the beneficiaries we have had the pleasure to work with. We are lucky to share the story of Jose Julian, an 11-year-old boy from a town near Pueblo Nuevo, Nicaragua. Read on to learn more about Jose Julian and his participation as part of Feed the Children Nicaragua’s Child Development Program: Jose Julian is an 11-year-old boy from a town near Pueblo Nuevo, Nicaragua. Pueblo Nuevo is a town in the northwestern part of Nicaragua, situated near the Honduras-Nicaragua border. The area…

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Sankati’s Letter from India

As we celebrate TOMS 10th birthday, we take time to reflect on the first 10 years of Giving and the work our Giving Partners do around the world every day. Recently, one of our Sight Giving Partners shared a letter from a patient who received quality eye care and a pair of glasses thanks to a purchase of TOMS eyewear. Special thank you to Sight Giving Partners Seva Foundation and LV Prasad Eye Institute for sharing this letter with us. We wanted to share it with all of you: Shown here is Sankati, a 45-year-old woman from Mahboobnagar District in…

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TOMS Impact on Hogar de Ninos

Today’s note was written by Vivian Chahin, Voluntary Executive Director at Hogar de Niños Enmanuel located in San Pedro Sula, Honduras. Vivian has been Voluntary Executive Director of the home for the last 10 years. Hogar Enmanuel became a TOMS Shoe Giving Partner in 2010 after Vivian’s then 15-year-old daughter, Andrea, saw TOMS in Teen Vogue. Hogar Enmanuel is a TOMS family favorite as Giving Trips travel to Honduras to learn more about the work Hogar Enmanuel is doing in their local community and to spend time with the kids at the home. Read on to hear how Vivian reflects…

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The Tomorrows Project: Camp Erin

Employee Name: Larry Cohen Title: Supply Chain Wholesale Customer Service, Majors Lead Tomorrows Project: Kids Learn to Cope with Grief Together Camp Tagline: Send 5 kids to grief support camp What is your Tomorrows Project? My Tomorrows Project is to support children to attend the Los Angeles chapter of Camp Erin, a grief support camp that brings kids together who’ve had a recent family death and provides free support, healing and community in a fun weekend camp environment. A majority of Camp Erin LA campers come from underserved and inner-city communities, many of who have never been to camp before, nor…

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Volunteering For One, Another

TOMS gives through a network of Giving Partners, nonprofit humanitarian organizations that we work with in the field. These partners have deep experience in the regions they serve, as well as expertise in poverty alleviation and international development. Read on to learn more about how volunteers fill a critical role within these organizations to distribute TOMS shoes around the world: The task of delivering shoes to children isn’t easy. Giving shoes thoughtfully and responsibly requires a lot of work and dedication. Our commitment to give shoes to children around the world is carried out by a group of over 90…

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Tracy’s Volunteer Story: Helping Those in Crisis

Today’s volunteer story was written by Tracy, Internal Communications Manager at TOMS. On any given day, you will find Tracy buried in copy or dancing around TOMS HQ. Read on to learn more about how Tracy’s volunteering experience with Bully Response Partner, Crisis Text Line: Volunteering has been a part of my life for as long as I can remember, but it wasn’t until I started working with Crisis Text Line that I truly stepped outside of my comfort zone to do so. I first heard about Crisis Text Line (commonly referred to as CTL) a full two years after…

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Marie’s Volunteer Story: Inspired by Giving in Peru

Today’s story was written by Marie, Merchandise Planning Manager of North America at TOMS.  On a typical day, you will find her working on inventory plans with her team, forecasting next years’ sales budgets, and answering emails about the day’s business. Read on to learn more about how Marie’s Giving Trip experience and how it led her to volunteer in Peru: My first Giving Trip forever changed me and my second trip confirmed it. On my trip in February 2013 with Buckner International Peru, I was in awe and inspired by the strength of the mothers we encountered. When I went…

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THE TOMORROWS PROJECT

In January 2016, TOMS introduced The Tomorrows Project to our employees, giving them an opportunity to be ambassadors for good. Since it’s inception, we have seen an overwhelming response of new projects from sending kids to grief camp to refurbishing end-of-life laptops to donate to a local children’s non-profit. What is The Tomorrows Project? The Tomorrows Project is a unique program that TOMS Founder and Chief Shoe Giver Blake Mycoskie came up with to empower TOMS employees to become social entrepreneurs and ambassadors for good. We created a digital platform for employees to post their ideas (such as build a…

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10 Years of Giving, Together

As we celebrate a decade of TOMS, there is so much to be proud of. We have grown our giving model beyond shoes, created four additional One for One businesses, and are selling TOMS in 75 countries. What does 10 years of giving together look like? With help of our customers and giving partners around the world, we’ve been able to give over 60 million new pairs of shoes, restore sight to over 400,000 people, provide over 335,000 weeks of safe water, and helping to support safe birth services for over 25,000 mothers. And this is just the beginning. We…

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Profiles in One for One: Jose Julian Receives Shoes Since 2012

As TOMS celebrates our 10-year anniversary, the Giving Team wanted to spotlight some of the Giving Partners and the beneficiaries we have had the pleasure to work with. We are lucky to share the story of Jose Julian, an 11-year-old boy from a town near Pueblo Nuevo, Nicaragua. Read on to learn more about Jose Julian and his participation as part of Feed the Children Nicaragua’s Child Development Program: Jose Julian is an 11-year-old boy from a town near Pueblo Nuevo, Nicaragua. Pueblo Nuevo is a town in the northwestern part of Nicaragua, situated near the Honduras-Nicaragua border. The area…

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Sankati’s Letter from India

As we celebrate TOMS 10th birthday, we take time to reflect on the first 10 years of Giving and the work our Giving Partners do around the world every day. Recently, one of our Sight Giving Partners shared a letter from a patient who received quality eye care and a pair of glasses thanks to a purchase of TOMS eyewear. Special thank you to Sight Giving Partners Seva Foundation and LV Prasad Eye Institute for sharing this letter with us. We wanted to share it with all of you: Shown here is Sankati, a 45-year-old woman from Mahboobnagar District in…

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TOMS Impact on Hogar de Ninos

Today’s note was written by Vivian Chahin, Voluntary Executive Director at Hogar de Niños Enmanuel located in San Pedro Sula, Honduras. Vivian has been Voluntary Executive Director of the home for the last 10 years. Hogar Enmanuel became a TOMS Shoe Giving Partner in 2010 after Vivian’s then 15-year-old daughter, Andrea, saw TOMS in Teen Vogue. Hogar Enmanuel is a TOMS family favorite as Giving Trips travel to Honduras to learn more about the work Hogar Enmanuel is doing in their local community and to spend time with the kids at the home. Read on to hear how Vivian reflects…

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The Tomorrows Project: Camp Erin

Employee Name: Larry Cohen Title: Supply Chain Wholesale Customer Service, Majors Lead Tomorrows Project: Kids Learn to Cope with Grief Together Camp Tagline: Send 5 kids to grief support camp What is your Tomorrows Project? My Tomorrows Project is to support children to attend the Los Angeles chapter of Camp Erin, a grief support camp that brings kids together who’ve had a recent family death and provides free support, healing and community in a fun weekend camp environment. A majority of Camp Erin LA campers come from underserved and inner-city communities, many of who have never been to camp before, nor…

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Volunteering For One, Another

TOMS gives through a network of Giving Partners, nonprofit humanitarian organizations that we work with in the field. These partners have deep experience in the regions they serve, as well as expertise in poverty alleviation and international development. Read on to learn more about how volunteers fill a critical role within these organizations to distribute TOMS shoes around the world: The task of delivering shoes to children isn’t easy. Giving shoes thoughtfully and responsibly requires a lot of work and dedication. Our commitment to give shoes to children around the world is carried out by a group of over 90…

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Tracy’s Volunteer Story: Helping Those in Crisis

Today’s volunteer story was written by Tracy, Internal Communications Manager at TOMS. On any given day, you will find Tracy buried in copy or dancing around TOMS HQ. Read on to learn more about how Tracy’s volunteering experience with Bully Response Partner, Crisis Text Line: Volunteering has been a part of my life for as long as I can remember, but it wasn’t until I started working with Crisis Text Line that I truly stepped outside of my comfort zone to do so. I first heard about Crisis Text Line (commonly referred to as CTL) a full two years after…

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Marie’s Volunteer Story: Inspired by Giving in Peru

Today’s story was written by Marie, Merchandise Planning Manager of North America at TOMS.  On a typical day, you will find her working on inventory plans with her team, forecasting next years’ sales budgets, and answering emails about the day’s business. Read on to learn more about how Marie’s Giving Trip experience and how it led her to volunteer in Peru: My first Giving Trip forever changed me and my second trip confirmed it. On my trip in February 2013 with Buckner International Peru, I was in awe and inspired by the strength of the mothers we encountered. When I went…

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THE TOMORROWS PROJECT

In January 2016, TOMS introduced The Tomorrows Project to our employees, giving them an opportunity to be ambassadors for good. Since it’s inception, we have seen an overwhelming response of new projects from sending kids to grief camp to refurbishing end-of-life laptops to donate to a local children’s non-profit. What is The Tomorrows Project? The Tomorrows Project is a unique program that TOMS Founder and Chief Shoe Giver Blake Mycoskie came up with to empower TOMS employees to become social entrepreneurs and ambassadors for good. We created a digital platform for employees to post their ideas (such as build a…

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10 Years of Giving, Together

As we celebrate a decade of TOMS, there is so much to be proud of. We have grown our giving model beyond shoes, created four additional One for One businesses, and are selling TOMS in 75 countries. What does 10 years of giving together look like? With help of our customers and giving partners around the world, we’ve been able to give over 60 million new pairs of shoes, restore sight to over 400,000 people, provide over 335,000 weeks of safe water, and helping to support safe birth services for over 25,000 mothers. And this is just the beginning. We…

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Profiles in One for One: Jose Julian Receives Shoes Since 2012

As TOMS celebrates our 10-year anniversary, the Giving Team wanted to spotlight some of the Giving Partners and the beneficiaries we have had the pleasure to work with. We are lucky to share the story of Jose Julian, an 11-year-old boy from a town near Pueblo Nuevo, Nicaragua. Read on to learn more about Jose Julian and his participation as part of Feed the Children Nicaragua’s Child Development Program: Jose Julian is an 11-year-old boy from a town near Pueblo Nuevo, Nicaragua. Pueblo Nuevo is a town in the northwestern part of Nicaragua, situated near the Honduras-Nicaragua border. The area…

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Sankati’s Letter from India

As we celebrate TOMS 10th birthday, we take time to reflect on the first 10 years of Giving and the work our Giving Partners do around the world every day. Recently, one of our Sight Giving Partners shared a letter from a patient who received quality eye care and a pair of glasses thanks to a purchase of TOMS eyewear. Special thank you to Sight Giving Partners Seva Foundation and LV Prasad Eye Institute for sharing this letter with us. We wanted to share it with all of you: Shown here is Sankati, a 45-year-old woman from Mahboobnagar District in…

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TOMS Impact on Hogar de Ninos

Today’s note was written by Vivian Chahin, Voluntary Executive Director at Hogar de Niños Enmanuel located in San Pedro Sula, Honduras. Vivian has been Voluntary Executive Director of the home for the last 10 years. Hogar Enmanuel became a TOMS Shoe Giving Partner in 2010 after Vivian’s then 15-year-old daughter, Andrea, saw TOMS in Teen Vogue. Hogar Enmanuel is a TOMS family favorite as Giving Trips travel to Honduras to learn more about the work Hogar Enmanuel is doing in their local community and to spend time with the kids at the home. Read on to hear how Vivian reflects…

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