Special-edition, Congolese-inspired TOMS Shoes
We're teaming up with Giving Partner Eastern Congo Initiative (ECI), an advocacy and grant-making organization founded by Ben Affleck, on two Congolese-inspired designs with an additional give. Read More >>
TOMS x charity: water - An Eyewer collaboration
TOMS and charity: water, an organization founded in 2006 (like TOMS!) that’s dedicated to to helping bring clean and safe drinking water to people in developing nations, join forces for the first-ever TOMS Eyewear collab! Read More >>
Giving TOMS Shoes in the DRC
Founded by Ben Affleck in 2010, ECI is an advocacy and grant-making organization that works with and for the people of DRC, the third most populous country in Africa, and one that struggled under a cycle of violence for nearly 20 years – particularly in the east. Read More >>
Since you last saw these Mo’s, they’ve taken their owners on a victory lap around this month dedicated to the awareness of men’s health. In the last week, it seems these Mo’s and the Bros hosting them have an increased understanding of the issues surrounding men’s health, and how each of us can help take control of them. Read as the eight TOMS Mo Bros recap a Mo-raculous month…
Especially during the month of November, we do our best around here to deliver compliments and to embrace each other’s idiosyncrasies. To be fair – there are few (if any) months during the year when a weird fad does not catch on around HQ to garner some funny looks; but, given that this month doubles as Movember, the month dedicated to stirring up conversation and awareness around men’s health, the rampant case of the moustache has polite compliments and chatter about appearance at their yearly high.
In full swing by now, Movember is a’buzz around the office, and it’s no wonder, judging by the upper lips on the guys pictured here, right?! The TOMS Mo Bros are in full character this week, taking on the would-be personalities of their Mo’s.
In the mood for a chuckle? They’ll take it from here…
Around this time last year, Tracey Solomon went about her day, making a digital pit stop to check a TOMS email that alerted her the 2011 Limited Edition Movember TOMS Shoes were available for purchase.
She loved TOMS, was new to what Movember stood for, liked the shoes, but wasn’t in the market for a new pair to add to her (pretty hefty) TOMS collection that day. So, she closed her e-mail with some new learnings about a rad organization and collaboration, working to change the face of men’s health.
But in the week before those TOMS sold out, Tracey’s story and the TOMS x Movember story began to merge.