THIRTY-ONE FUNDRAISER

Benefiting Temple Civic Theatre

Shop for a GREAT Cause

Come by the Theatre Wednesday night, 1/13, from 6-8pm to help outfit the TCT Costume Shop with needed tools to get organized. While you're there, get ahead of your gift list for the spring (birthdays, anniversaries, teacher appreciation, something Santa didn't bring you - you name it!) with the full Winter catalog for Thirty-One gifts.


Regina Corley (Independent Consultant with Thirty-One Gifts), a veteran on the TCT Stage, wants to help them get this project started. She will donate 10% from the sale to the theatre. Want to help in a more direct way? A $25 donation (separate from your purchase) will go towards cubes they can use to organize the Costume Shop.


It's a fun reason to come and buy great gifts and products for your home, your family, and yourself AND help out our beloved Temple Civic Theatre.

The Details

Wednesday, Jan. 13th, 6-8pm

2413 South 13th Street

Temple, TX

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About Thirty-One Gifts

Thirty-One Gifts is one of the leading direct-selling companies in the U.S., the fastest-growing woman-owned company in the world, and the 17th largest direct-selling organization in the world. The distinctive functional products range from personalized home organization solutions to the Jewell by Thirty-One fashion line that includes premium, functional faux leather purses, pockets and wallets, and the JK by Thirty-One line of artisan jewelry. Products are sold through more than 102,000 independent sales consultants via home parties. The company was named for Proverbs 31, a chapter of the Bible that celebrates hard-working women who are compassionate, gracious and inspiring to their families and the people around them.

One of the strongest values at Thirty-One is giving back to the communities where its employees and sales Consultants live and work by supporting three key pieces of their heart – girls, women and families. Since forming its philanthropic initiative, Thirty-One Gives, in 2012, the company has donated more than $36 million in product and cash to support the mission.