As a young girl growing up in the U.S., I had the opportunity to pursue almost anything I could dream of. With access to education, shelter, food, and a loving family that provided for me, I had the support and means to have a successful life. For that, I am the woman I am today, and I am eternally grateful.
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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.
My name is Danny Blanton and like anyone else in a job there has been a series of events and decisions, failures and successes that have lead me to where I am today. All these turns in my life are my story. 'Where I am today' is the Creative Director for Sevenly and I was hoping through a series of blogs over the next several weeks I'd give you (the reader) some insight of what we do and how we do it through artwork and story.
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Is it just us or do weddings seem to be trying to take over the world? Between reality tv shows, wedding magazines, wedding websites, movies with or about weddings, and everything in between, it seems as if we are a culture obsessed with weddings. It’s estimated that in 2012 the average wedding had 136 guests and cost around $28,000. That kind of money can afford many people the chance to buy a home, pay off debt, purchase a car, or begin investing money into their childrens’ education. And this is just the average amount that’s spent, some people spend much much more on their big day.
Let’s face it, being sick is never fun.