We are thankful and proud of all of our Associates, Corporate staff, family and friends who supported SevenPoint2 in our launch of 7.2 Cares on 7.2.2016. Our ongoing 7.2 Cares initiative of giving back to the community and being part of something bigger supports our mission to help people all over the world to live better, healthier, more fulfilling lives.
“7.2 Cares Day sparked a movement of giving that will lead us into the future and benefit generations to come. When we all work together and start by making a positive difference within our communities, the effect has no bounds and can impact the world to make it a better place. This is the start of something big for SevenPoint2,” says Sherri Adams, V.P. of Field Development.
SevenPoint2 Team Leaders from around the globe banned together to organize volunteer groups to support their favorite local organization. The turnout was impressive as volunteers dedicated their personal time to serving others.
“It was powerful and moving to watch our leaders and their teams get excited about 7.2 Cares. They embraced the initiative from day one as they gathered their teams to participate in our global 7.2 Cares kick off event on July 2nd”, says Philip Townsend, Senior V.P. of Field Development.
Over thirteen deserving organizations were directly impacted by 7.2 Cares Day. That number will continue to grow exponentially as the company plans to roll out more giving back initiatives and opportunities within the year.
“The experience was heartwarming. I was able to share these special moments with my young daughters and teach them the importance of caring, giving and having the compassion to help others. We are looking forward to continuing this tradition and expanding the power of giving,” says Dr. Howard Cohn, C.P.O. & Co-Founder.
For any questions or to learn more about how you can help support 7.2 Cares, please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org
“Charity is doing something out of the kindness for someone you don’t know and expecting nothing in return.” -Robert Clancy
SevenPoint2 gives a BIG “thank you” and special recognition to the following volunteers and their organizations of choice where they dedicated their hearts and lent helping hands:
All Saints Catholic Mission – Fort Lauderdale, F.L.
Home-cooked vegan recipes at the mission and served meals to about 40 people in need.
CA and Pups N Palz – Modesto, C.A.
Transported dogs from the rescue organization to a local PetCo for an adoption event where 37 dogs were adopted into loving homes.
Church – College Station, T.X.
Displayed loving and servant hearts as they made breakfast for Church.
Complimentary Chiropractic Services – Austin, T.X.
Complimentary chiropractic services was provided by Dr. Dylan Schuch, D.C., from Well Within Chiropractic and Wellness to local youth athletes, college students, and cancer survivors who may not have access to health insurance.
Dr. Dylan Schuch, D.C.
Dental Care for the Homeless – Pflugerville, T.X.
Professional dental services was offered by Dr. Howard Polansky at Go Dental plus goodie bags filled with toothbrushes, floss, and toothpaste were distributed to those in need of dental care items.
Dr. Howard Polansky
InBody Outreach – Salt Lake City, U.T.
Hosted an outdoor yoga class by donation instructed by Linda Black at Alpine Country Club Golf Course to raise monies for the organization that provides yoga and mindful practices to the at-risk population.
Love the Children Foundation – Davao City, Philippines
Shared blessings, time and smiles with the abandoned and less fortunate children.
T Hector Seva Paraba and Team Philippines
Marc Community Resources, Inc. – Mesa, A.Z.
Provided goods and services to the production services division that supports physically, mentally and behaviorally disabled people in their quest to learn life skills and gainful employment.
Meridian Valley Humane Society – Meridian, I.D.
Provided much-needed companionship to deserving pets in the no kill animal rescue/shelter plus held a voluntary donation drive to gather supplies and monies.
Carrie Jo Alcoser
Operation Kindness – Dallas, T.X.
Collected donations to benefit over 300 animals in the no kill shelter and provided loving companionship to these deserving displaced pets.
Under the Tents of Shem – Huntington Beach, C.A.
Extended hearts and hands as they prepared home cooked meals at the ministry and fed the needy in a heavily populated homeless area.
Dr. Christine Cohn
Dr. Howard Cohn, D.C.
West Coast Boxer Rescue – La Habra, CA
Adopted a pregnant boxer from the shelter, delivered 8 puppies and is fostering all of the animals at home.