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A Day in the Life of a Mercy Ships Nurse

Posted by Sevenly on Jun 22, 2015 2:55:28 AM

By Katie TenHoeve RN, BSN

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Topics: sevenly, Featured, mercy ships, guest blog

Sevenly Selected As One Of Facebook's Top 10 Stories Of The Last 10 Years Of Facebook

Posted by Sevenly on Feb 4, 2014 8:23:04 AM

There was singing and dancing in the hospital room after Loic came out of surgery. He sat on the bed with his legs in hard casts stretching out in front of him, while his mom joined a roomful of doctors and nurses clapping and singing a traditional African song. The joy in the room starkly contrasted the tension only moments before, when Loic’s mom released her son’s hand and waited to hear if he would be able to walk and run again.

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Topics: facebook, sevenly life, General, sevenly and mercy ships, sevenly anchored, sevenly, Featured, world change, mercy ships, facebook stories

Tears Streamed Down Her Face, Then Mercy Found Her!

Posted by Sevenly on Feb 3, 2014 10:02:14 AM
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Topics: shop for a cause, Charity, sevenly, medical charities, Campaigns, healthcare charities, mercy ships

Day 2 of 7 Days of Christmas is Mercy Ships!

Posted by Sevenly on Dec 10, 2013 11:09:22 AM

On the 2nd day of Christmas Sevenly brings to you this wonderful Mercy Ships charity t-shirt! Every purchase TODAY ONLY will give $7 to help fund life-saving surgeries abroad. To see all cuts & colors and shop for a cause, visit our website today!

 

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Topics: shop for a cause, dogood, 7 days of christmas, Charity, sevenly, Campaigns, mercy ships, worldchange

Mercy Ships Changes Lives: Kossin's Story

Posted by Sevenly on Sep 11, 2013 4:20:55 PM

TOUCHING STORY:: Sweet Kossin spent four years of his life hiding in his house, due to an enormous tumor that grew on his face. The tumor, which started from his upper jaw, continued to grow, covering his eye, and hindering his vision. The people in his village thought he was cursed, and the children who were once his friends now ridiculed him on the streets and at school. Kossin’s life changed forever the day he boarded the Africa Mercy Ship. It was there he received love, acceptance, and life-changing medical care. Within a few hours, his tumor was replaced with a smile, and his sorrow was replaced with hope. Today your support will restore health, dreams, and dignity to more children like Kossin by shopping for a cause and supporting Mercy Ships.

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Topics: help, congo, peoplematter, mercyships, support, Charity, sevenly, africa, sevenlylife, africa mercy, surgery, mercy ships, worldchange, tumor, nurses

NEW CAMPAIGN: Sevenly + Mercy Ships

Posted by Sevenly on Sep 10, 2013 4:20:47 PM

This week we’ve partnered with Mercy Ships: former cruise liners that have been converted into floating hospitals! These ships are true vessels of hope and healing, traveling from port to port, carrying passionate volunteers in the medical industry who live for helping people in need.

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Topics: help, congo, peoplematter, sea, mercyships, ocean, support, hospital ship, volunteer, Charity, sevenly, africa, sevenlylife, Campaigns, mercy ships, worldchange, africamercy

Sevenly Cause Update for Mercy Ships

Posted by Sevenly on Feb 27, 2012 11:04:35 AM
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Topics: hospital, ship, General, liberate, west, Togo, Charity, sevenly, africa, mercy ships, Medical aid

Dear Charities, we love you.

Posted by Sevenly on Dec 21, 2011 1:38:57 PM

Getting letters like these from the charities that we work with makes our day. We are so happy to be able to support you all! Thank you for your support in return.

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Topics: dogood, General, National Breast Cancer Foundation, sevenly, Cure Childhood Cancer, world change, mercy ships, do good, Gems

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