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She will receive 15% of the profits to put towards her team goal. I am really excited as this cause is close to my heart. I lost my mom to breast cancer in 2003. I am proud to help her raise money for such a great cause.

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  1. Erica Petry says:

    I am a Thirty-One consultant in Covington, OH and I was wanting to start a Breast Cancer Awareness Walk in our area for other Thirty-One consultant and there family to do.. So we can raise money for the cause but have no clue where to begin if you could give me so suggestions that would be great!! Erica Petry

    • julieb says:

      Hi Erica,
      I am not sure how to begin a walk, but I did do a 31 fundraiser for a friend who was participating in a walk. It was a great success and I was able to donate a 15% of my commission to her cause.

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