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Event welcomed honored senator and local domestic violence service providers to analyze domestic violence deaths in Texas and discuss ways to help survivors.

FLOWER MOUND (Oct. 22, 2019) – In honor of National Domestic Violence Awareness Month, Thirty- One Gift—a direct-selling organization offering stylish purses, accessories and home décor—hosted the Texas Council on Family Violence (TCFV) today to share findings from the Honoring Texas Victims report on domestic violence fatalities in Texas and to discuss Thirty-One Gifts’ dedication to helping victims rebuild their lives.

The event, hosted at Thirty-One Gifts’ debut Texas facility in Flower Mound, elevated awareness by honoring Texas women and men killed by domestic violence and sharing trends from the 2018 Honoring Texas Victims report:
 A total of 211 people lost their lives to family violence in Texas, a record high in the last decade.
Women accounted for 174 of those cases.
 For the first time since 2015, the number of domestic violence deaths in Texas increased last year instead of decreased.
 Of the 64 Texas counties that experienced a fatality, Dallas County had the third most with 16 deaths, twice as many as in 2017. Tarrant County had the fourth most fatalities with seven deaths, and Denton County suffered three deaths.
 Dallas County had five men killed by female intimate partners.
 59% of perpetrators used a firearm to murder their female partner.
 67% of female victims were killed at home.
 The youngest victim killed in the report was 16 and the oldest was 85.
 290 children lost a parent in these acts of family violence.

The event highlighted Thirty-One Gifts’ mission to empower women through its charitable program, Thirty-One Gives, which surprised TCFV with a $10,000 donation today to continue its work in supporting women and their families in Texas.

Thirty-One Gives also helped establish and continues to help fund the National Network to End Domestic Violence’s Independence Project—a credit building program that lends microloans to survivors of domestic abuse to help rebuild their credit and regain financial freedom. Customers can support the Independence Project this fall by donating to the GIVES ROUND UP! Initiative when purchasing products.
“We have been committed to supporting domestic violence survivors as a key focus area of our giving since Thirty-One Gives was established in 2012,” said Wendy Bradshaw, executive director of Thirty-One Gives. “Today, we proud to partner with TCFV to support women across Texas, now home to our new distribution center. We look forward to continued conversations on how we can all take meaningful action and provide hope to victims and survivors of domestic violence.”

Local domestic violence service providers including Denton County Friends of the Family attended the event and left with World Vision Hope Kits filled with feminine hygiene products for their clients. The kits were assembled by Thirty-One Senior Consultants during their annual Conference in July. To date, Thirty-One Gifts has distributed more than 22,000 World Vision Hope Kits to support survivors. Senator Jane Nelson also attended the event and was awarded the Legislative Champion Award from TCFV and the National Network to End Domestic Violence for her fierce and dedicated work in domestic violence prevention and policy.

“Sharing the numbers from TCFV’s 2018 Honoring Texas Victims is a responsibility we do not take lightly.
We believe every fatality is knowable, predictable and preventable,” said Gloria Terry, TCFV CEO. “While the increase in family violence deaths is devastating, hope for the future happens when we see DFW communities joining together to stop this violence. Local service providers are providing life-saving services every day, businesses like Thirty-One Gifts are leading life-restoring projects for survivors, and elected officials are standing firm to pass legislation to keep Texas families safer. If we continue these collaborations and implement true solutions, domestic violence has nowhere to hide.”
More information about the 2018 Honoring Texas Victims report and ways to spread awareness during Domestic Violence Awareness Month can be found at

About Texas Council on Family Violence
Texas Council on Family Violence is the only 501(c) 3 nonprofit coalition in Texas dedicated solely to creating safer communities and freedom from family violence. With a state-wide reach and direct local impact, TCFV, with the collective strength of more than 1300 members, shapes public policy, equips service providers, and initiates strategic prevention efforts. Visit us online at

About Thirty-One Gifts
Thirty-One Gifts is one of the world’s largest direct-selling companies, offering purses and wallets, totes, home organization solutions and décor, thermal bags, jewelry and more. The company, however, is about much more than its products. Thirty-One is a family of individuals who share a passion for empowering women, and who are committed to celebrating, encouraging and rewarding others for who they are. The name Thirty-One Gifts comes from Proverbs 31, of the Bible, which describes the attributes and the importance of a “virtuous woman.” With a mission to help women by giving them the opportunity to own their own businesses, Thirty-One provides all the tools and support necessary to find success and possibly build a new career. Cindy Monroe started Thirty-One in her basement in 2003.
From those humble beginnings they’ve grown to include 1,000 employees and more than 60,000 independent sales consultants across the U.S. and Canada – many of whom are reaching their dreams through this opportunity. Giving back also is fundamental to Thirty-One. Through their philanthropic initiative, Thirty-One Gives, the company partners with nonprofit organizations that serve and support girls, women and families, and they have donated $100 million in product and cash to charitable organizations that share the mission.

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