Our vision continues to improve the lives of individuals through education, nutrition, creative self-expression, increase awareness of global interconnectedness, provide stewardship of the earth's resources, and support children in need.
We work on projects focused on education, sustainability, and art. In collaboration with other organizations and local initiatives, we support communities in Nairobi, Kenya, Durham, NC, and Drake Bay, Costa Rica.
Our primary project is The Ingrid Education Centre, in the Mantopeni slums in Nairobi supporting 300 students and 12 teachers. Working towards self -sufficiency, we financed the school building and land, ensure teachers and staff wages, healthy food, clean water, sanitary pads, computers and internet.
In Durham, we developed a mindfulness yoga program in collaboration with MindBody Centering Yoga, a local trauma-sensitive curriculum, called “Happy Minds, Healthy Bodies” to empower individuals to be their ‘best selves’. We have implemented this individualized program at the Boys and Girls Club of Durham over the past 3 years, which incorporates movement, fitness, self expression, and creative writing.
our ethos is kindness and compassion in service::
the effect of cumulative openness; transparency = trust
the Innate nobility of respect for all beings; quality of presences
commitment for professionalism; equal sharing
Since 2011, LiveGlobally has funded:
over 500,000 lunches at the Ingrid Education Centre in Kenya
over 650 locally-made pairs of shoes and school uniforms
over 100 community yoga and wellness classes in Durham NC
the purchase of land, building materials, and labor for Ingrid Education Centre's 3-story school building
over $3000 in arts and education grants for NC-based community projects
monthly salaries for 10 teachers and 3 support staff at Ingrid Education Centre
repurposing over 20 laptops for 5 classrooms across the globe
over 240 wellness & movement classes for NC Women's Correctional Facility
planting and maintaining an organic garden for Ingrid's school lunches
fostering 4 orphaned baby elephants and 1 rhinoceros from the David Sheldrick Wildlife Trust
women's community micro-bank in Matopeni Nairobi Kenya
numerous mindfulness community groups across the globe