TOMS founded the One for One business model in 2006, on the simple belief
that we can build a better tomorrow, together.
As a leader in social business, we will always listen and innovate around the
changing needs of the world. The time has come for the progressive
evolution our original One for One model to broaden our collective impact
through addressing some of the most pressing issues of our time.
To build a better tomorrow, TOMS is also investing in the people and
organizations that align with the identified issues. In the European market,
initial project investments are being made on local issue areas including
homelessness, female empowerment and social impact entrepreneurship.
We are working alongside non-profit partners and European changemakers
to tackle local issues but on a global scale.
The brand will continue its original One for One Giving programs – including
shoes, sight restorations, and safe water.
With every TOMS purchase, you stand with us on issues that matter.
STAND FOR TOMORROW
Since 2006, our One for One® programme has given 93 million pairs of shoes, 770,000 sight restorations and provided 720,000 weeks of safe water to communities around the world. The Stand for Tomorrow programme, marks an evolution in our corporate Giving model focusing on key pillars namely DIGNITY, which tackles youth homelessness and inclusion, CONNECTION, which works to help women feel more empowered and PROGRESS, which promotes social entrepreneurship and conscious leadership. This Fall TOMS partners with Gucci Gang and En Avant Toute(s) to take a stand against youth domestic violence and create safe spaces for young women in France. RESPECT James McVey and The Mix to change the conversation around men's mental health and body image. RESPECT and Milou Deelen, and Amsterdam-based girl empowerment non-profit, Project Fearless, to take a stand for gender equality. RESPECT Alongside working with local changemakers to raise awareness of the key issues, we are also making financial investments to associated NGOs, charities and community organisations to support a range of outreach and awareness programmes.