Sevenly was founded on the simple but impactful notion that “People Matter,” and since 2011 has endeavored to do its part in helping make the world a better, friendlier place.
CEO Dale Partridge explained to Forbes, “The name Sevenly was chosen as a distinct play off the word ‘heavenly,’ which we interpret as ‘a world without need.’ This concept combined with the numeral 7, which Biblically has always represented the number of completion, defines not only our name but upholds our mission as well.”
With each purchase of Sevenly merchandise — which includes exclusive, limited-edition products; campaign-specific shirts and “cause art” prints; and curated items — $7 is donated to a featured charity. To date, Sevenly has raised $4 million and helped 1.3 million people and counting. Literally. You can see a real-time total of how much the organization has raised, as well as a countdown for when a particular campaign ends. Causes the Southern California-company has championed include eradication of world hunger, access to medical care in developing nations, sex trafficking survivors, anti-bullying and more.
While perusing Sevenly’s site, I was immediately drawn to this Be Brave With Giving Flowy Raglan.
See what else caught my eye after the jump!
This tee is a conversation starter and a call to action. What better way to draw a passerby in than with a clear message and beautiful hand lettering?
Then there was this darling Hope Is a Refuge Flowy Racerback Tank, created specifically for Exodus Cry. This nonprofit was “built on a foundation of prayer, and is committed to abolishing sex slavery through Christ-centered prevention, intervention and holistic restoration of trafficking victims.”
Hats off to Sevenly, which has birthed a new generation of generosity. I just love how something as commonplace as buying a T-shirt changes lives forever.