I am always on the look out for art to put up on our walls. Over the years it changes, like the seasons. I tend to change my mind a lot, which can be a bit of a problem at times. Things can easily become boring, so I’m always changing my walls around! Plus, I am taking down the old and looking for something new and fresh.
I recently came across an amazing organization called Sevenly. Have you heard of them? Maybe I’m the last one to come across this amazing company, but at least I found them, right? What I absolutely loved about them, besides all their amazing products, are their unique stance as a group and team.
Every week, Sevenly works for a cause. Meaning, for those seven days, anything you purchase, $7 will go towards that weekly cause. Make sense? It’s pretty amazing, which is why if you see a cause you are passionate about you have to go for it! It won’t be there for long. Which is why when I saw the cause for adoption, I jumped on it right away!
A few weeks ago, for any product(s) you bought, you would put $7 toward helping a baby increase his/her chances of being adopted in China. How? Most of these babies suffer from a birth defect and often end up dying before they are five years of age. Heart breaking! My donation helped bring these orphans one step closer to finding a forever home!
We can’t save the world in one day, but we can do what we can, when we can. Adoption is so close to my heart, I knew I couldn’t let this one slide. There are so many orphans in the world, I was happy to do what I could to give hope to one of these little ones. Even if it was a small change. It’s stepping into a new direction, helping those who need it.
I strongly urge you to check out Sevenly! You never know, they might have a cause that is close to your heart as well. Keep your eyes peeled, every week is something new! I scored these two amazing prints for our home. I have one in our living room: ” love the unloved”. The other is now hanging above our bed, I just love the pop of red against our white walls: “family is forever”.
What do you think of this amazing organization? Do you see yourself getting involved in something like this? Check out their site for more information!
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