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Pocohantas sporting Sevenly Tee to Help Give Kids the World

Pocohantas sporting Sevenly Tee to Help Give Kids the World

This past week, Sevenly was blessed with the opportunity to outfit some incredible world-changers at the Give Kids the World Gala in Orlando, Florida. In partnership with over 100 reality television stars, like Irene Bedard (the voice of Pocahontas), cast from The Amazing Race, Survivor, Big Brother, and more, the three-day event raised funds for Give Kids the World.

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Give Kids The World Village is an 84-acre, nonprofit resort in Central Florida that provides weeklong, cost-free vacations to children with life-threatening illnesses and their families.

The Village and its community partners provide children and their families accommodations in fully-furnished villas, transportation, tickets to theme parks, meals, daily entertainment and much more.  Sevenly joined PEOPLE magazine, Shades Club, Godiva and others as sponsors.

All partners involved are hoping that the final results from this year’s event will surpass past records. Before the week even began, the event had raised over $100,000 which would be given directly to Give Kids the World.

“Each year 27,000 children in the United States are diagnosed with a life-threatening illness. Half of all children eligible for a wish through a partnering wish-granting organization choose to visit Central Florida and its collection of theme parks and other attractions. Our goal, quite simply, is to provide everything these deserving families need to make their trip the vacation of a lifetime.” (www.gktw.org)

Whether you are a reality television start partaking in a charity event, or a world-changer purchasing with purpose, every little bit matters in making these children’s dreams come true.

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Wear and share this story!  Shop Sevenly’s GIVE KIDS THE WORLD Collection, featuring the apparel and accessories worn by reality TV stars from all over the country.

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