We absolutely love seeing Storenvy stores open shop that have a charitable reason or purpose. One of the most powerful aspects of Storenvy is the ability for absolutely anyone to open a shop for any reason. With over 11,000 stores and growing we have seen stores open up for a large variety of reasons. Some stores open up shop as hobby, a creative outlet, a full-time business or simply for a way to raise money for a cause, charity or belief. This week we wanted to highlight some Storenvy stores that have launched with the purpose of helping others or a specific cause. Each day this week we will be featuring three items from a charitable store on the frontpage of Storenvy.com. To help give a little more insight into each of these stores we outlined the week below and given some more information as to mission behind each store. Please take a second t check out each one of these stores and their cause and if you are feeling so kind please help them in their mission by either purchasing a product from their store or simply sharing a link to their store with your friends.
MONDAY: Feed Just One Mission-Mother Teresa once said, “If you can’t feed a hundred people then feed just one.” Our mission is to make it as easy as possible for you to do just that. Every shirt that we sell provides someone with a month of food. Simple, fun and affordable. For every t-shirt sold Feed Just One will donate 30 meals to ThinkHumanity.org. Also by just “liking” their Facebook page they will donate 1 meal to ThinkHumanity.org.
TUESDAY: The Mentoring Project Mission-The Mentoring Project seeks to respond to the American crisis of fatherlessness by inspiring and equipping faith communities to mentor fatherless youth.
Mission- The Shine Project’s purpose is to inspire you to live the highest quality of life obtainable, and to motivate you to join our efforts in making this world a better place. We have many events set up around the country, and would love for you to get involved!The Shine Scholarship Project is a non-profit that was created by TSP to put our beliefs in action. Its mission is to improve the lives of at-risk teens through service, education, and family involvement. We do service projects with inner city students every other week to teach them the leadership skills that are necessary for them to succeed. The money we raise goes to sending these leaders to college, so they can give back to society. You can read more about how to get involved HERE.
THURSDAY: Team Gleason Mission- Purchases benefit The Gleason Initiative Foundation. The mission is to provide individuals with muscular diseases/injuries with technology, equipment and services and raise awareness toward ALS. For more information visit: www.TeamGleason.org
FRIDAY: Thorn Mission- Thorn provides clothing to local homeless shelters and and provides the basic essential of water to thousands of people in Africa. For every time sold, they provide a family in Zambia, Africa clean water for an entire year. They have recently spun Thorn into a new project called Love-Water.org which you can find more about HERE.
SATURDAY: Sex and Money Mission- The Sex+Money team donates 75% of the proceeds of the first 100,000 sales of Sex+Money merchandise to raise $1.1 million for Streetlight. You can help by purchasing items from our Store Visit Streetlight: www.streetlightphx.com
In 2007, a group of student photojournalists embarked on a journey through 20+ nations on every inhabitable continent, motivated by their love for photography and their passion for justice. At the outset, their experiences seemed diverse, even random. However, a common thread of human suffering would soon emerge as their travels exposed them to a dark, seldom discussed side of humanity— children being bought and sold to satisfy the sexual pleasures of other humans.
Upon returning to the United States the students produced a book called Sex+Money: A Global Search for Human Worth. This collection of photographs and stories explores the realities of human trafficking and offers readers a global perspective on the consequences of abusing two of the most powerful forces in the world: sex and money.While researching to write their book, the young journalists were shocked to discover that the same injustice was happening on their own soil. Currently, across America, between 100,000 and 300,000 minors are being sexually exploited. Meanwhile, most Americans are oblivious to this staggering truth. As a result, what started as a Global Search for Human Worth became a National Search for Human Worth.
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