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Di - 9th May, 2015

Big thanks to John and Ian in Oxfordshire who hosted a soup kitchen last Friday to raise funds for the Nepal Earthquake Appeal and to Kim and Ivor in Gloucestershire who ran a special yoga/mindfulness mobile casino class on Tuesday evening. These 2 events brought in over £820 –  a wonderful contribution to the fund. Thank you to everyone who took part.

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Live to: Aid for Nepal appeal – video update

Di - 7th May, 2015

Here is short video update of our relief efforts by our volunteers on online slots the ground in Nepal

Earthquake in Nepal

Di - 26th April, 2015

Help us Help Nepal On Saturday April 25th a catastrophic 7.9 earthquake struck Nepal leaving tens of thousands of people in desperate need of help. Dear friends, As you know, on 25 April 2015, a catastrophic 7.8 earthquake hit Nepal, the largest disaster in 80 years. Effects of the earthquake reached into China and India, killing nearly 6,000 with the death toll rising every day. The United Nations projects… read more

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Happiness is a State of Mind – book launch event

the team at Live to Love UK - 19th September, 2014

16 September We were delighted to host HH the Gyalwang Drukpa, founder of Live to Love, over the weekend to celebrate the launch of his new book, ‘Happiness is a State of Mind’. The event was held on Saturday evening in the beautiful surroundings of the Royal College of Physicians in Regent’s Park. The Gyalwang Drukpa spoke about the book and was then joined on stage… read more

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Happiness is a State of Mind

the team at Live to Love UK - 1st August, 2014

Live to Love UK is delighted to welcome His Holiness the Gyalwang Drukpa, the founder of Live to Love, to London for the official launch of his latest book ˜Happiness is a State of Mind. Please join us in celebrating the publication of his second book at: Royal College of Physicians 11 St Andrews Place Regent”s Park London NW1 4LE on Saturday 13th September at 5.00pm… read more

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Our Second Primrose Hill Sponsored Walk on September 28th

the team at Live to Love UK - 27th July, 2014

Dear Supporters, One of the diverse projects that we are involved with is the support of a small branch of Druk White Lotus School in the remote valley region of Khachey, Western Ladakh. This primary school offers children education up to Class 5, when they move to the main school in the village of Shey. Every day many of these children face the challenge of having… read more

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Thank You to Eye Camp sponsors

Di - 23rd March, 2014

At the tender age of 13-year old Asharm Tamang had been living with impaired vision for two years, due to cataracts. But that did not dampen his desire for schooling. In spite of his difficulties, he continued to attend school, assisted by his fellow students and teachers. He had been seeking treatment at a local clinic, but to Grammar, and original purchased product better tanning?… read more


Thank You to L2L walkers

the team at Live to Love UK - 22nd December, 2013

Dear Live to Love walkers, We have been waiting for the last donations to come in on the Live to Love marathon – and they are now in. The final total is a wonderful figure of £16,804.27!! THANK YOU all again for joining us in our fundraising efforts and we will keep you posted on our projects and how we are spending the funds. Your support… read more


Save the Date

the team at Live to Love UK - 11th August, 2013

Dear friends, Autumn 2013 marks Live to Love’s 3rd anniversary and we want to do something special both to celebrate the occasion and get together with our supporters – who have so generously helped us get this far. You will probably be aware that the current economic climate makes it difficult to raise enough money for the projects we are committed to, all of which are… read more

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Mindfulness In Schools Conference

the team at Live to Love UK - 3rd April, 2013

  I’ve just come back home after having spent the day at Friends House in London, attending the 3rd International Mindfulness in Schools Conference. The conference featured Jon Kabat-Zinn, the originator of secular Mindfulness programmes, and an audience of almost 750 people. It is challenging to put into words the immensity and benefits of the day. The hall at Friends House that we were in had… read more