Love Specs Partners

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Love Support Unite through sales of Love Specs across the globe.

You are part of a community changing lives.

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Mother and Baby Wellbeing Project Growing Fast in Malawi with Love Support Unite

The Mother and Baby Wellbeing project was introduced by Gayle Berry, baby massage and yoga expert. Mirroring her own business, Blossom & Berry, the 6-week Mother-Baby Wellbeing course aims to give babies the best possible start in life, through education...
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Teachers teaching others to Teach in Malawi schools with Love Support Unite Foundation

By working with teachers, the Teach to Teach project aims to improve the standards of education delivered in schools. We work with the Ministry of Education to educate and help reduce poverty through an empowered workforce. There are 4.6 million students...
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Love Specs Summer of Love – Festivals 2017

This summer, Love Specs teamed up with Junkyard Golf with a new fundraising festival experience that connected us with so many of you! Thanks to incredible effort and dedication from our team, the support of festival organisers, and you…  Love...
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Sustainable Family Futures

LSU is lifting Malawian families out of the cycle of poverty with a leg-up rather than a hand-out, through sustainable farming and enterprise. With education there can be nutrition, enterprise, and health. Background Most Malawians rely on farming for...
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Sustainable Charity – Laying the Foundations for the Future

In this blog we set the scene going into 2017, following the journey to becoming a sustainable charity & what that means, then further down the page is an interview with Jammo from My Ny Leng, a breakthrough act involved in Beating Heart Malawi, who’ve...
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The Opening Of The School Kitchen in Malawi

‘With education, there can be nutrition, with nutrition there can be education’… Each year in Malawi the growing season starts with the long-awaited rains, this year following the climax of the 10-year drought cycle. Once the crops are planted,...
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