Published by Sevenly on Jan 13, 2014

Let’s Solve the Puzzle

Everyone has his or her own strategy of putting a jigsaw puzzle together. Some start with corner and edge pieces and work towards the center. Some start with large areas and work outward. Maybe some just go at it randomly. Whatever the strategy, the goal is always the same: put together the smaller images to…

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Published by Sevenly on Jan 6, 2014

Taking Kids with Cancer under Your Wing

How do you explain cancer to a kindergartner? …Or make chemotherapy less threatening to an 8-year-old? …Or comfort a 3-year-old on the way to the hospital for another round of treatments? The answer for more and more kids is a soft, furry creature named Chemo Duck, who comes alongside children on their journey from a…

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Published by Sevenly on Jan 6, 2014

A New Year to Touch More Lives

With every turn of a new year, it’s hard to not make your own personal “to do” list for self-betterment. The resolutions, the new gym memberships, the programs for self-improvement – we all do them in hopes of making the New Year, “our year.” However, reinvention cannot happen without a little reflection. Here at Sevenly,…

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Handmade With Love In Peru
Published by Sevenly on Dec 26, 2013

Handmade With Love In Peru

“Amor is the Spanish word for “love.” Love is at the core of everything we do here at Sevenly. Our community’s love for those in need is a constant inspiration for us. So, it wasn’t the least bit surprising when we sold out of the Krochet Kids Amor beanie in a matter of days this…

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Published by Sevenly on Dec 25, 2013

Merry Christmas 2013!

The Holidays can be a hectic time. Our hope is that you can slow for a few days and remember the reason for the holidays. We hope you can spend time with loved ones, reflect  on everything 2013 had and make way for the new year. On behalf of the entire Sevenly family we want…

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A Mission to End Thirst
Published by Sevenly on Dec 23, 2013

A Mission to End Thirst

There are basic rights, and moreover, necessities that we feel are inherent to human life. At the very top of this list would be access to food and water, the core resources needed for survival. As human beings living in the civilized world we often take these things, along with many of the conveniences of…

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