Project 7 was created as a way to give back, inspire others and educate people on real needs throughout the world. Our goal is to “Change the Score.”
Founded in 2008, Project 7 is the brainchild of founder Tyler Merrick, a.k.a. “the social capitalist”. He wanted to turn the 7 deadly sins upside down. For example, instead of focusing on a person who is gluttonous, focus on helping the person who has nothing to eat. Project 7’s goal is to make positive change in seven areas of global need.
For every purchase of a Project 7 product, the company makes charitable contributions to organizations dedicated to serving seven areas of need in the world – Feed the Hungry™, Heal the Sick™, Hope for Peace™, House the Homeless™, Quench the Thirsty™, Teach them Well™ and Save the Earth™. And they want to go beyond the financial contributions. They want to help educate people about these very important social issues and encourage (by example!) people to get involved with making the world a better place.
When you buy Project 7 products you can help:
Heal the sick
Save the earth
House the homeless
Feed the hungry
Help those in need
Build the future
Hope for peace
Project 7 products are available now in Walmart stores and you can donate to a cause of your choice simply by purchasing everyday products such as gum, coffee, mints, water, etc. For example, just by purchasing one tube of Feed the Hungry Peppermint Mints, you are providing one meal to a U.S. person in need, and each tube of Save the Earth Fresh Mint Gum sold plants one fruit tree back into the earth.
These are such a great idea for stocking stuffers and gifts this holiday season! Not only is a something they would use, you’re also helping someone in need!
One lucky winner is going to win a fantastic prize pack for good! This prize pack will include a t-shirt, a tray of gum, a tray of mints, one bottled water and one coffee canister!
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Carrie Phelps says
For every purchase made Project 7 does good in all these areas; Feed the Hungry, Heal the Sick, Hope for Peace, House the Homeless, Quench the Thirsty, Teach them Well and Save the Earth. Very impressive!!
Kay M says
I’ve learned I can help alot of people by purchasing products (like products I already purchase) from Project 7. This is a very good cause, and one I can give to easily!
Michele P. says
I learned that so far, they have provided 167,398 meals in America…
Daily Woman says
Project 7 has done good in seven different areas of needs.
Stephanie Hirsch says
So far this year they have helped feed 167,398 meals and does good for 7 different causes!
Leona Evans says
I learned a lot. I did not know anything about Project7 before entering this giveaway. Thanks!!!!
Robyn L says
Founded in 2008, Project 7 is the brainchild of founder Tyler Merrick, a.k.a. “the social capitalist”. He wanted to turn the 7 deadly sins upside down
christyn mckenna says
This was founded in 2008 and for every purchase they donate something to the 7 charities that they do!
Samantha Smyth-Chandler says
This is cool.
Roseanne Alonso says
Project 7 was created as a way to give back, inspire others and educate people on real needs throughout the world.
Gladys M says
When i visited the website, I learned The U.S. wastes enough food to feed the world.
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I learned The U.S. wastes enough food to feed the world.
i learned that i can buy these products, just 14.3 miles from my house! cool !!
Rosemary Hernandez says
I learned that once a week the people in the Project 7 office get out and go into the community to serve. What an awesome idea.
Barb S. says
More than one acre of rainforest is lost every second.