7AM Enfant donates its products to warm the hearts of families
NEW YORK, NY — Children and families are at the heart of World Vision’s work in Zambia and Afghanistan. In these countries, many people struggle to survive under harsh conditions—and it’s even more difficult if you are a woman or a child. Thankfully, organizations throughout the United States have stepped up to help—including 7AM.
7AM offers a variety of stylish baby accessories that combine clever designs, quality materials, and fashion-forward fabrics. As an organization, they believe “every child deserves to grow up in a safe and nurturing environment where they are celebrated, supported, and loved. “To fulfill that vision, 7AM gives back to a variety of charities with similar values—which is why World Vision was the perfect organization to partner with.
“We love the idea of being able to donate to countries we know need the help, even if we have never set foot in that country ourselves.”
—Chana Campora, Director of Sustainability
“We love the idea of donating large quantities of items to countries in need,” states Chana Campora, Director of Sustainability of 7AM. “We have done a lot of donation work in the United States and believed World Vision to be the perfect organization to carry our name and distribute our goods abroad to the most vulnerable.”
Since 7AM began partnering with World Vision in August 2018, they’ve taken great pride in helping to better the everyday lives of families around the world. “Our first donation included over 1,000 diaper bags sent to Zambia and Afghanistan,” recalls Campora. “And since the process was very simple, we decided to do another donation of over 3,800 hats, mittens, and boots, as well as over 200 baby footmuffs to keep children warm.”
The impact of donations cannot be overstated—they transform the lives of children and families who face great adversity. “We love how much of a network World Vision has with so many countries across the world,” says Campora. “We love the idea of being able to donate to countries we know need the help even if we have never set foot in that country ourselves.”