- Children & Youth
- Education & Literacy
Location119 W MAIN STDURHAM, NC 27701 United States
LIVEGLOBALLY'S MISSION IS TO CREATE AND SUPPORT SUSTAINABLE PROGRAMS FOR THE WELL-BEING OF INDIVIDUALS AND COMMUNITIES, LOCALLY AND GLOBALLY. We provide: individual well-being through education, nutrition, and creative self-expression. increased awareness of our interconnectedness as a global family. stewardship of the earth's resources. support for children in need. SINCE 2011, OUR 501(C)(3) HAS FUNDED: over 20,000 lunches at the Ingrid Education Centre in Kenya over 100 locally-made pairs of shoes and school uniforms the purchase of land, building materials, and labor for Ingrid's 3-story school building planting and maintaining an organic garden for Ingrid's school lunches monthly salaries for 10 teachers and 3 support staff at Ingrid repurposing over 20 laptops for 5 classrooms across the globe fostering 4 orphaned baby elephants and 1 rhinoceros from the David Sheldrick Wildlife Trust
Live Globally is a non-profit 501(c)(3) organization committed to serve communities by supporting sustainable programs through education, nutrition, and creative self-expression. Live Globally serves the community through yoga and mindfulness teachings to increase the wellbeing and empowerment of communities in Durham, Raleigh and Nairobi, Kenya.
LiveGlobally has a jobstart program at the Raleigh women’s correction center where we hold yoga classes and discuss health and wellness with the participants. LiveGlobally also holds community yoga/fitness classes and events throughout the triangle and are currently partnered with organizations such as C.A.A.R.E Inc. and the Boys and Girls Club to bring yoga and wellness programs to disadvantaged families. LiveGlobally also has some international projects which include developing supporting the Ingrid School and Education Center, a primary school located in the Matopeni slums in the outskirts of Nairobi, Kenya. LiveGlobally also works with the David Sheldrick Wildlife Trust to sponsor several orphaned baby elephants and a rhinoceros in Kenya. Please feel free to learn more about our organization on our website: http://www.liveglobally.com/