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Seven Days of Christmas

Sevenly is currently running their 7 days of Christmas promotion where they are featuring some of their most popular campaigns. There is one campaign a day and it features double, or even tripled donations! I’m keeping my eyes peeled and hoping to make a purchase this week. Great idea to do some good.

Sevenly.org

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Sevenly.

Sevenly is SO cool. Please check out their website.

Quick summary: Sevenly features a different nonprofit organization every week. For every purchase, they donate $7 to said charity.

This week they’ve doubled their donations so now $14 of your money goes to Mercy Ministries: Mercy Ministries exists to serve young women who struggle with life-controlling issues such as eating disorders, self-harm, and depression.

Super cool. And if you want to submit designs for Sevenly, you just fill out an online application. Pretty sweet. I’m thinking about doing this, or something like it for my self-defined project.

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Hello, Somebody.

Hello somebody watch

Hello somebody logo

In response to my last post, I would like to introduce you to a company that is all about people. Hungry people to be precise.

Hello Somebody is an organization that I was introduced to last summer at Lifest. The lead singer of the band The Wedding threw a shout out about the watch he was wearing and how purchasing one would feed 125 people. I was definitely interested.

I stopped by the table after the show to check out what it was all about. The watches were $20 and all profits go to provide meals to hungry people. You could even mix and match colors!

The next day, I bought the watch that you can see above and I’ve received so many compliments about it. Whenever people notice, I always let them know that not only does it look good, it actually helps people too! So creative and simple.

The goal of Hello Somebody is to feed 1 million people. And I think they are well on their way to doing it. With support of musicians and their own customers, the word is going to spread and soon everyone will be wearing these watches. They also have wonderfully designed apparel, complete with a “This Shirt Fed 100 People” on the back.

Please check out their website and tell your friends! They’re even expanding the company to put kids in school! The watches are a little more expensive and feed less people online; it probably costs less to sell them in person, how I bought mine.

Regardless, check out this amazing company with a heart for people.

Hello Somebody Website.

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