This Week Only: All Girls Allowed and Sevenly Campaign!

For one week, February 16th to 22nd, All Girls Allowed is the featured charity on Sevenly!

 

 

 

What is Sevenly?

"Sevenly exists to bring funding and awareness to the world’s greatest causes. Every week, Sevenly’s followers team up to help bring funding and awareness to the world’s greatest causes. They commission the creation of 'cause art' that celebrates the work of these charitable partners in the world. Each purchase of Sevenly merchandise, whether a campaign-specific shirt or print or an item from their curated collection, results in a $7 donation to the featured charity." Learn more about Sevenly.

 

That means, this week, for every item purchased from their new collection, they donate to help us protect the lives of baby girls in China and end gendercide! Many of their items are exclusive, limited edition products.

 

We are proud to partner again with Sevenly and feel blessed to be a part of their mission to lead a generation towards generosity.

 

Support

Show your support by buying a shirt or anything else here and spread the word about this campaign. Take a look at the designs they created for us!




 

 

All Girls Allowed (http://www.allgirlsallowed.org) was founded by Chai Ling in 2010 with a mission to display the love of Jesus by restoring life, value and dignity to girls and mothers in China and revealing the injustice of the One-Child Policy.  “In Jesus’ Name, Simply Love Her.”

 






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