While curating the CAUSEBOX every quarter, we have the unique privilege of working with a handful of companies that are changing the world and investing in different charitable projects.
Like every charity we work with, we are passionate about how they are making an impact in the world and excited that we get to help spread awareness. This week, we have a special connection with our featured charity, International Down Syndrome Coalition (IDSC). IDSC is dedicated to helping and advocating for individuals with Down syndrome from conception and throughout life. The IDSC promotes the dignity and respect of individuals with Down syndrome and assists the families who love them. The IDSC is solely operated by volunteers who provide support, education and connection to other families as well as to local resources.
At Sevenly, we are all about world change, but why not look good while doing it?! Dressing for change is a great way to raise funds and awareness for the world's greatest causes, and this week's designs are sure to get you excited to give back.
Every day thousands of U.S. servicemen and women lay down their lives and risk everything to serve our country. We are granted the freedom that we know and love because of the sacrifices and commitment of these soldiers. These men and women are heroes.
Dogs play a very important role in the lives of many. Whether they are a loyal companion, or provide a life-saving service, dogs are in the hearts of millions all over the world.
Special Olympics Global Messenger Caley Versfelt is much more than an athlete. She is a daddy's girl, an actress, a photographer, UCLA fan, and passionate worker. We had the chance to sit down with this world changer and learn all about how this inspiring 23 year old's life has been impacted by the Special Olympics.
Spring is one of my favorite times of the year. The weather is unbeatable, everything is in bloom, and throwing on a cute outfit is easier than ever. This week, I am showing you some of my favorite looks that give back to a great cause!
I never thought I was going to change the world. Like many of you, I grew up in a small town with typical parents and an ordinary childhood.
This Earth Day, we want to encourage everyone that doing your part for the environment doesn't have to take much effort, and can make a positive impact on people across the globe. Cherishing and protecting our planet ensures that generations to come will have the chance to enjoy all the splendor that we do and conserve the beauty that is surrounding us.
Chances are someone close to you has been or will be diagnosed with cancer in their lifetime. Did you know that a young adult (ages 18-39) is diagnosed every 8 minutes? More young adults die from cancer than any other disease. Individuals with cancer face a unique set of challenges including infertility, loss or lack of insurance, loss or lack of financial independence, and re-entry into the workplace. These challenges are often accompanied by issues such as feelings of alienation and isolation, depression, and decreased self-confidence.