Love Peace Harmony in Action
Love Peace Harmony Foundation reaches out to communities worldwide by offering free weekly meditation classes. Volunteers distribute free Love, Peace and Harmony CDs around the world, including families impacted by poverty and violence.
Love Peace Harmony Foundation also supports other nonprofit humanitarian organizations who are working to make a difference in the lives of people worldwide. Learn more below about upcoming, past and future fundraising efforts with other organizations.
Working together, we can spread Love, Peace and Harmony throughout the world.
Mālama Learning Center
Love Peace Harmony Foundation’s Plant A Million global tree-planting project has been creating a network of organizations dedicated to offering support to Mother Earth. We are not only planting trees but also spreading awareness through creative means, creating an emotional connection to nature, teaching children, protecting trees and forests, and much more.
While in Hawai’i this month, Master Sha and several representatives of the Love Peace Harmony Foundation and Plant A Million project united with Pauline Sato, co-founder and executive director of Mālama Learning Center of West O’ahu, and her team to plant trees at Camp Pālehua to commemorate their joint dedication to restoring the earth and nurturing the environment.
Planting Day with Master Sha
On March 16 and 17, Master Sha hosted a museum-style exhibition showcasing a collection of his Tao Calligraphies, beautifully displayed in the Four Seasons Resort Oʻahu at Ko Olina, Kapolei, Hawai’i. He demonstrated the creation of a Tao Calligraphy as hundreds observed in person and via webcast and experienced the beauty and power of Tao Calligraphy—the art that goes beyond art. Master Sha generously donated the proceeds from these events to the Mālama Learning Center, adding to the Love Peace Harmony Foundation’s partnership with the county of Honolulu to plant trees to cover 35% of Oahu by 2035.
This partnership will help reforest the watershed and educate students with hands-on experience about their heritage, nature, local replanting efforts, and how to succeed in school and life. MLC strives to unify area schools, residents and businesses around a shared ethic of caring and conservation and teaches and inspires communities to create healthy living environments.
About Mālama Learning Center
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Mālama Learning Center (MLC) is a non-profit organization with a mission to teach and inspire communities to create healthy living environments. They bring art, science, conservation, and culture together to promote sustainable living throughout Hawai’i.
Mālama Learning Center is the result of a shared vision among educators, conservation groups, businesses, and community members to create an innovative learning center in Kapolei. They have created many programs, most in partnership with other groups as that is the way they work and the best way they can be most effective at reaching a wide audience for the long-term. Through these partnerships, they reach thousands of students, teachers, and community members every year.
The Mālama Learning Center’s programs offer hands-on learning opportunities for youth and adults. Participants gain real-life experience with innovations that integrate culture and tradition with technology and science. By actively engaging area residents in nurturing each other and their environment, they strive to unify West O’ahu around a shared ethic of caring and conservation.
Regenerating Native and Edible Forests and Communities
Healing the Land and Sea
Tarayana Foundation is a non-profit organization working to uplift and enhance lives of vulnerable individuals and communities in Bhutan, a small and remote kingdom nestled in the eastern edge of the Himalayas. Bhutan has recognized the importance of national happiness over national income since the early 1970s by famously adopting the goal of Gross National Happiness over Gross National Product. It is the only global index that takes into account not just material wealth, but also spiritual well-being when evaluating a country’s prosperity.
Although basic education is free in Bhutan, many children from rural communities are faced with multiple financial and practical barriers, preventing them from consistently attending school. From subtropical plains to steep mountains and valleys, Bhutan’s rough and dramatic terrain makes it challenging for children from rural areas to travel to school. In the first five years of its operation, Tarayana Foundation assisted more than 1,200 rural students in enrolling and attending school by providing uniforms, shoes, school bags and financial assistance where needed.
Love Peace Harmony Foundation has a prototype outreach program for developing countries and remote locations. This program has been initiated in Bhutan with the support of Tarayana Foundation to work with children and families in isolated villages to support their access to education, healthcare and proper nutrition. The Foundation taught the local villagers in Bhutan how they can use Master Sha’s Four Power Techniques and to sing Love, Peace and Harmony to help them maintain health and happiness. Also, we brought essential micronutrients from our nonprofit partner, Vitamin Angels to help malnourished children, pregnant women and lactating mothers sustain health and vitality.
Love Peace Harmony Foundation will match all donations up to $50,000 for scholarships. Please support these efforts by donating now.
Love Peace Harmony Foundation is devoted to supporting children from all walks of life and circumstances. One of our top priorities is to support the nurturing and education of our youth—to provide opportunities that positively guide and assist children in reaching their highest potential.
“Nathan loved his time at flag football camp. He met new people and loved playing actively for the week. The fact that his spot was subsidized was incredibly helpful for our family. I’m a single mom of two boys. We appreciate it more than you know!“
Family income influences all areas of child development, and plays a strong role in the health and well-being of children across all domains. Family income affects children’s access to many basic needs and can also limit a child’s access to opportunities that support their growth and development, such as early learning and care programs, or recreation and the arts. Both the parents and the children of low income families experience physical, mental and emotional stressors.
This summer, Love Peace Harmony Foundation supported low-income families who faced financial barriers to send their kids to camp. Twelve campers from diverse backgrounds, ranging in age from six to eleven, learned skills as varied as the camps they participated in: how to rig a sailboat, proper story structure, juggling, how to paddle, football passing techniques, problem-solving, how to interact with peers, environmental awareness, water safety, and so much more. Giving children access to educational and recreational camps has long-term benefits resulting in character development, inner resiliency, self-esteem, emotional well-being, and much more beyond the camp experience. Camps provide an invaluable experience for children to gain from rich and rewarding experiences, make new connections, and discover new possibilities for themselves and the world around them.
“We are a low income family. We do our best with the limited financial resources we have. Given our limited finances, it is sometimes difficult to offer our children opportunities for growth and to learn new skills. The last thing we want is for our children’s potential to be undermined by our financial limitations. On behalf of our curious and vibrant children, we send our heartfelt appreciation to the Love Peace Harmony Foundation who, in cooperation with Harbourfront Camps, made possible this invaluable experience of participating in the excellent camps provided by the Toronto Harbourfront Centre.“
Read this heart-touching letter from Harbourfront Centre and testimonials from the families whose children benefited from our support.
About Harbourfront Centre
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Harbourfront Centre is an innovative, non-profit cultural organization which provides internationally renowned programming in the arts, culture, education and recreation. For more than forty years, Harbourfront Centre has been on the cutting edge of all that is current and creative, bringing together the best in both Canadian culture and the rich mosaic of cultures from within Canada and around the world.
Since 1979, Harbourfront Centre Camps for children has provided opportunities for exploration, creativity and personal growth within a positive camp atmosphere where participants are inspired through meaningful participation and enriched experiences in all facets of arts and contemporary culture. Camp provides a unique setting in which learning and fun intersect and critical life skills are honed. These camps allow campers to learn and interpret the world in which they live through dialogue, social interaction, and facilitated hands-on activities.