Tuesday, December 9, 2014

Target, TOMS and the Red Cross: Together, We're Making a Difference

by Sydney Holt, volunteer contributor

Listen up, Target and TOMS enthusiasts, because we’ve got news that’ll knock your socks (and canvas shoes) off: Target and TOMS are teaming up on a limited-edition collection for the holidays. Not only will you find pieces you’ll want to give – and get – but for each item purchased, you’ll be helping someone in need.

Even better, with your help, TOMS for Target has the potential to provide more than 11 million meals, blankets and shoes to those in need. Every TOMS for Target apparel, accessory and home good purchase results in the donation of a blanket through the American Red Cross or Canadian Red Cross, or one week of meals through Feeding America or Food Banks Canada. And for every TOMS for Target pair of shoes sold, a pair will go to a child in need. 

We're lucky to get the opportunity to join together with partners like TOMS and Target to make a difference in communities across the country this holiday season. Our Red Crossers are also joined together everyday to achieve our life-saving mission. In that spirit, Target sent us some of their TOMS "Together Sweaters," so our Red Crossers can really serve together this holiday season:

What can we say? Red Crossers really like working closely together. :) 

Join us in working together to make a difference to those in need. Start shopping here!

Source: A Bulls Eye View  (Behind the Scenes of Target)

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