Sevenly.org Joins The Young Americans in the Fight for Music Education
Weeklong Campaign announced to Sell Custom-Designed T-shirts Inspired by the The Young Americans Global Music Impact.
Los Angeles, California (PRUnderground) January 22nd, 2016
International non-profit music group The Young Americans and Sevenly.org, known for its seven-day, limited edition charity T-shirt campaigns, announced today they will join forces to support The Young Americans world wide music advocacy efforts with the sale of four custom-designed T-shirts.
Beginning today through Monday, Jan. 25th (1pm EST) Sevenly.org will feature four custom cause art designs that will be available in several styles for purchase. From each T-shirt/sweatshirt sold during the weeklong campaign, 7% of funds will go directly to The Young Americans mission to inspire youth and the world through music.
“We are very excited to work with Sevenly on a unique and fun campaign that will raise awareness and critical funds to help fuel The Young Americans signature music programs and keep them available to schools and communities worldwide, said The Young Americans Vice President of Operations, Don Strom. “The designs created by Sevenly for this campaign are sure to inspire customers to buy a cool shirt for a good cause. Ultimately they will be giving back to the children we serve and support the progress that out organization has made to keep music programs successful and available for youth everwhere.”
“At Sevenly we strive to raise funds and awareness for the world’s greatest charities, and we are excited to unveil our latest campaign with TYAs that will help the world learn more about The Young Americans and the amazing work they are doing for music education advocacy,” said Sevenly Chairman and CEO Jim Van Eerden. “It’s our mission to lead a new generation toward a lifestyle of generosity and we are proud that our support will help TYAs create more opportunities for young people to participate in their programs and experience the power of music in their lives.”
Sevenly’s campaign for world change was launched in June 2011 to raise awareness and funding for the world’s greatest causes. Each week, Sevenly launches new campaigns introducing featured charities and promotes cause art inspired by the specific charity, which is imprinted on a collection of curated products, with $7 dollars from each item sold being donated to the designated charity. The company is increasing awareness, funding and following for charities that are changing peoples’ lives every day across the globe. In just over three years, Sevenly has raised over $4 million and impacted more than 1.3 million lives. To learn more about Sevenly, visit http://www.sevenly.org.
About The Young Americans
The Young Americans, founded in 1962 by Milton C Anderson, is credited with creating the very popular glee and show choir concepts in the late 60’s. Since then, the group has grown into 300 college-aged cast members and has taken its love of music, teaching and performing all over the World with its signature Music Outreach Workshop Tours. Last year alone, the group staged over 400 performances and music advocacy workshops in 120 cities, across 30 countries. The Group has raised over $650k for school music programs in America and have worked with more than 750,000 young people in public and private schools worldwide.
About The Young Americans
The Young Americans is non-profit dedicated to the promotion of understanding and goodwill among people throughout the world through music, dance, performance, music education and cultural interaction among student members and their audience