In a world that is quick to judge, it is easy to feel alone, broken, depressed and void of hope. We’ve all hit a low point due to harsh words, whether they were from others, or our inner voices ridiculing our imperfections. Statistics show that bullying is at an all time high, and with the comfort of social media and other distancing platforms to separate bully from victim, more and more people are finding themselves in this cycle of sadness, even young children.
A few weeks ago we introduced a new way of giving: the CAUSEBOX by Sevenly - a subscription box for socially conscious lifestyle goods for women. Many of you signed up for it, and are patiently waiting to see what's inside. Well... we're about to tell you! If you prefer to be surprised, stop reading now.
We’ve all heard the saying, “love what you do, and you’ll never work a day in your life.” As a passionate volunteer, lover of all things philanthropic, and someone who is determined to live my purpose in this world, it is safe to say that this is my mantra. Working for a company where I would be able to live out my passion was not only a goal, but a necessity for me. From the day I interviewed, my journey as a Social Media Associate at Sevenly has been a total blast, and I am thankful to be getting the opportunity to write about something I love; my job!
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Before we put on Bing Crosby’s White Christmas, and start hanging tinsel and wreaths, the Sevenly team decided to pause and really do something special to commemorate a day that sometimes gets overshadowed during the holiday season: Thanksgiving. Thanksgiving is the day that embodies gratitude and gratitude inspires every decision we make at Sevenly. It is a spirit of gratitude that compels us to give generously.
As we are preparing for the holiday season, we were very excited to see that Sevenly was featured in Harper's Bazaar's gift guide "10 Brands Using Fashion For A Good Cause!" - We are honored to be featured alongside 9 other incredible brands that are committed to changing the world by offering products that make a difference.
Here's where we'd like to tell you a bit more about the inspiration behind this week's new arrivals - the heart behind the art!
Fullerton, CA, October 27, 2014 --- Sevenly announces today that it has officially raised over $4 million for charities across the globe through its signature 7-day campaigns, which donate $7 per item sold to a designated charity. Since Sevenly was founded in June 2011, the company has partnered with over 180 charities, inviting customers to purchase custom illustrated cause art printed on a collection of apparel and accessory products that give back, following its mission to lead a generation toward a lifestyle of generosity.
Sevenly has officially raised over $4 Million for charity in the last three years and we are now hiring to grow our world changing team. We are looking for skilled professionals who excel in their craft and can join us in taking Sevenly to the next level.
Current Open Positions:
- Customer Acquisition Specialist
- Retail Merchandiser
- Graphic Artist
- Social Media Associate
- Data Management Associate
These positions are more than just jobs; this is an opportunity to use your experience and talents to change lives and lead a generation towards a lifestyle of generosity. Join the team who won Mashable's "America's Most Social Small Business" award and be part of the Sevenly family who is committed to raising funds and awareness for the world's greatest causes.
This week marks a record seventh Sevenly campaign for Autism Speaks. These campaigns have raised hundreds of thousands of dollars for families that include people with autism, including the most recent campaign, which helped launch a new program to offer locating devices to people with autism.
Do you ever look around and think “wow, this world needs to change”? Maybe you drove past a billboard and you didn’t like what was being advertised. Or maybe you overheard a discussion full of negative words and it just took a toll on you. If you could change what was being advertised and help people change the way they view this world, would you? Finding a way to do this may seem hard and impossible, but what if you were told that it’s as easy as changing your shirt? It sounds crazy, right? Well, it’s possible.