Impact: Sevenly Causebox

I can’t believe I haven’t talked to you yet about the Sevenly Causebox!!! Whaaaaat?

In fact I don’t even think I’ve talked to you about Sevenly, which is kind of insane. But we’ll touch on them another day.

I was lucky to catch wind of the Sevenly Causebox right off the bat. They have only had two boxes go out so far, and I was lucky enough to have recieved both of them. I have been thoroughly impressed with the mission they have in mind as well as the contents they’ve filled them with.

You’ll see boxes of all types around the internet filled with cosmetics, dog treats, or organic baby products. What differs with Sevenly is this: their boxes are filled with products from give back companies, exposing you to some honest do-good brands that you may have never known existed.

Not only are you receiving some pretty cool products that you may have never encountered, you are supporting companies that empower the world, and a percentage of your purchase is going towards a Sevenly cause. What better way to learn how you can support others than with a box filled with goodies?

These little treat boxes are sent out quarterly and are filled with different brands and items each time. Here’s what my boxes have looked like thus far.


Sevenly: Stickers and a Change for Change Jar. Fill up this jar with your spare change. Once it’s full give the contents (or the whole jar) to someone in need.

Sseko: Half Moon Clutch. A reminder of the women in Uganda who have been given jobs and a chance at higher education through making this clutch and many other products that Sseko offers.

This Bar Saves Lives: This granola bar was DELICIOUS. And its helping feed others. That’s my kind of breakfast.

Gramr Gratitude: Thank you card set. Gramr has a mind to change the world with one little bit of appreciation at a time.

MatterialFix: Elephant charm necklace. A symbol of elegance, restoration, and empowerment for the women this company has helped support and restore from sex trafficking in India.

FashionABLE: Alem Scarf. Handmade and named after one of the women in Ethiopia who helped make them.  Creating sustainable business for women in Africa.

SweetRiot: Chocolate Covered Cacao Nibs. A female owned business that supports fair trade and relationships with the farmer’s they work with.




Tribe Alive: Bracelet (I’m wearing mine as an anklet this spring.) Handmade in fair working conditions by women in Honduras.

Sevenly: Today is a good day Static Cling. A visible reminder that every day is a good day, as long as you are willing to see it that way.

Smarty Pants: Vitamins. Helping over 500,000 at risk children and counting to get the vitamins they need to be healthy.

Perf: Turkish Towel. The perfect picnic blanket flat woven in Turkey.

Denik: Journal. With this exclusive Sevenly design Denik created a journal encouraging you to be the change you want to see in the world, and helps fund schools in developing countries.

Half United: Fighting Hunger Necklace. Using recycled bullet casings to encourage a war on world hunger. HALF of their profits go directly to hunger relief efforts.

Good Spread: Peanut Butter and Honey with a mission to feed malnourished children.

I can’t explain the joy and excitement I’ve felt as I saw each of my Causeboxes waiting for me on my doorstep. And the tears that flow as I opened them knowing that there are so many people out there supporting world change, and doing everything they can to make a difference. Too much to handle.

If you haven’t checked out the Sevenly Causebox yet, then I encourage you to do so. It’s possibly one of the greatest gifts you could give to yourself. And so so many others.

I support world change. What are you supporting?

With Love.

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