If you're a Sevenly fan, you probably have seen our new "Who We Are" video. If you haven't seen this video yet, you're really missing out. Go ahead and check it out here. In this video we feature some amazing cards, made by Artifact Uprising. Inspired to move stories off your device and into your life, Artifact Uprising creates photo books, prints and other gift items with an emphasis on beautiful design and environmental responsibility.
This week at Sevenly, every item purchased donates 7 pairs of shoes to children in Africa that are in need. Along with partnering together with Soles4Soles, we have also partnered with 31 Bits in a 7 day giveaway of their amazing jewelry created by their women in Uganda. With our new shirt, "Never try, never know," we asked the founders of 31 Bits to share about how it all began for them. Check out what these ladies had to say...
Sevenly.org, known for its seven-day, limited edition charity t-shirt campaigns, this week announces its "Celebrating 3 Years Of Giving" birthday campaign where the company is bringing back their top five designs to raise money for a special charity, along with other collaborations, surprises, and promotions.
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Imagine growing up in war-torn South Sudan, where all you knew was fear. Imagine feeling lonely, afraid, and desperate for twelve years of your life – and then being adopted in a family who chose you, loved you, cheered for you, and accepted you. This was reality for Rebecca Kusunoki, 26. She and her five sweet sisters spent the morning with me yesterday, and I’ve never seen a more beautiful picture of our slogan for this week: “Family Is More Than Blood.”
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One of the best parts about having our artists in house and on hand is that we can watch them evolve their art and sit down with them and listen to what truly inspires their weekly creations.
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Photos are memories of the places, people and moments that mean the most to us. Fashion designer and photographer Karl Lagerfeld once said "What I like about photographs is that they capture a moment that's gone forever, impossible to reproduce."
There can be nothing more exhilarating or more fulfilling than realizing that you will be bringing a child into the world. Every sonogram is a precious tribute, every kick a wonderful miracle. You glow and bask in the light of new life, imagining the day that you will finally feel your child’s first drawn breath and see your child’s eyes inquisitively squint open.
"I shaved my head because it's an easy thing for me to do to show support for kids going through chemo; a way for me to say keep your head up and stay strong."
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What drives you to go get your haircut? Is it shaggy ends? Split ends? Routine? A new do for a new you? Everyone has the fine line between acceptable hair and hair that just needs cut. But what if the reason behind cutting your hair had nothing to do with you? Through the St. Baldrick’s Foundation’s head-shaving program, your haircut could help save the life of a young child with cancer.
Imagine a stream of cars driving into the desert. They are painted, stuffed full of people, and creating a dusty trail of excited anticipatory energy. As you get closer a Ferris wheel comes into view, then clusters of tents and campers. People move slowly as they enter the venue, swaying to music coming from multiple directions and the comatose heat of the valley. And that is when you have to decide. How will you pick between the amazing lineup of bands and DJs playing music all day and well into the night?
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