Pay it Forward

Thirty-One’s mission is to Celebrate, Encourage & Reward women.

In keeping with their mission, I enjoy paying it forward by donating a portionof my sales to charity.

My charity of choice is Harbor House of Central Florida. Harbor House seeks to eliminate domestic violence in Central Florida by providing safety, shelter, empowerment, education and justice to survivors and their children. Harbor House is a place of hope and a place to heal.

I have also made contributions to Carla Jannotti’s Medical Trust Fund, Karen Long’s Turning Up the Heat & Fighting Breast Cancer Fund, Swim for Melissa Paddle Pup’s team benefiting the NICU at Huntsville Hospital and the Avon Walk for Breast Cancer (Team Vilma Velez-Manning). Does your charity or cause need a fundraiser? Contact me today.

Thank you for your support!


Thirty-One Also Pays It Forward & Gives Back! Watch Cindy Monroe’s Interview on The Today Show. Cindy is the Founder & President of Thirty-One.


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