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Thursday, June 25, 2009

You're Welcome



Isn't this baby adorable? A friend of mine from the Tribeca Film Festival sent this to me, and I had to share. Last spring, For Tomorrow, the TOMS story, was featured along with other short films at Tribeca. We were so honored when the documentary was accepted, and it was an amazing experience every step of the way. So cool to see our friends at Tribeca supporting the One for One movement!

Check out the TOMS YouTube Channel to see the trailer for the documentary along with other great videos from TOMS.

4 comments:

Brion Hopkins said...

Blake! I want to do a shoot for you guys for free! Love what you guys do!

Grace said...

Blake,
I have 2 pairs of TOMS and LOVE LOVE LOVE them! its great what you're doing. I just got back from Uganda in the Spring while visiting a friend that lives there (although she is currently back in the states...) with her 13 adopted Ugandan children. Her name is Katie Davis (she also owns a pair or two of TOMS), and she runs a non-profit ministry that sends over 400 children in her area (Bukaya, Uganda-which is right outside of Jinja) to school, provides 3 hot meals a day, medical care, and school supplies for them, along with making sure they are in a safe and stable home. I understand that you are busy with the TOMS company, but if you ever get a chance, check out her blog- kissesfromkatie.blogspot.com ..thanks!

God Bless,
Grace M. in Tennessee

Gavin in San Diego, CA said...

Blake, my name is Gavin, I am trying to get in touch with you about Podoconiosis in Southern Ethiopia. I am an architecture student with the opportunity to build an International Research Facility in Sodo for The Mossy Foot Project (mossyfoot.com) NPO. Please contact me at meta.architect@gmail.com. I would love to talk to you about any possibilities at all, I am way stoked that you are involved with helping those with Podo!

Mikki said...

Hi Blake,

We love what you do!! We'd love to interview you for the August 'Eco' issue of map magazine and share your inspiring story with our readers. What's the best email address to send an interview request to?

You can read map magazine online at www.mapmagazine.com.au

Cheers

Mikki
mikki@mapmagazine.com.au