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TOMS AT&T Oscars Commercial

It started in 2006 with a simple idea, for every pair sold TOMS would donate a new pair to a child in need. One for one. Now 50+ million children in need have received shoes. TOMS started as a small business with no proper office and has grown to a global organization with offices across the globe over the past ten years. We’ve teamed up with AT&T once again to share the story of TOMS and how they have helped us stay connected through the years. AT&T traveled to Colombia with our Founder and Chief Shoe Giver, Blake Mycoskie, to…

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Introducing TOMS Giving Partner Children International

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. 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…

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Profiles in One for One: Africare gives Jungle new TOMS Shoes

Profiles in One for One: Africare gives Jungle new TOMS Shoes Name: Jungle Age: 16 Location: Malawi Giving Partner: Africare Sixteen-year-old Jungle lost both his parents before the age of eight. He regards his elder sister as his guardian, but he lives alone near his sister’s house because he does not want to burden her family. Jungle is a hustler in the best sense of the word. His grades got him accepted into secondary school, and a local church has promised to pay his fees. In addition to his schoolwork, Jungle does gardening, catches and sells fish, and performs in…

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