We are facing a global mental health crisis with 1 billion adults, 1 in 5 teachers and 166 million children experiencing mental disorders. (UNICEF, WHO, 2021) This is worsened by limited access and diversity in available tools for 6 billion asian and black people.
Traditional modes of teaching in this VUCA world leave children unprepared to navigate unprecedented global challenges and individual stress. Most national curriculum frameworks stifle the innate talents of children and as the late Sir Ken Robinson said, “schools kill creativity.”
Ongoing racial discrimination around the world is evident that access to culturally tolerant educational technology is grossly insufficient and opportunities for positive representation of underserved communities in every sphere of society is vital in reshaping self-identify and global narratives, particularly about black and asian people.
We believe in a world where Everyone Discovers Ubiquitous Seeds of Infinite Love through access to mental wellbeing programmes.
We address the global mental health crisis through culturally responsive, trauma-informed community arts, youth leadership and wellbeing programmes and products particularly for underserved, vulnerable children and adults.
Our value proposition
Nurture yourself. Empower the underserved.
Self-paying participants in our wellbeing programmes, consumers of our print-on-demand wellbeing products and pay-it-forward yoga and mindfulness practitioners, directly fund our programmes for underserved communities in South Africa, India, the Philippines, Sudan and Northern Ireland. Together we are addressing Sustainable Development Goal 3 - Good health and wellbeing.
Mandala colouring books, affirmation cards, journals, calendars, mugs etc
Our pay-it-forward partnerships
We offer partnerships with wellbeing businesses to facilitate pay-it-forward purchases of/contributions to programmes for vulnerable groups and/or products for themselves.
Our social impact model
Sales to individuals, parents, schools, corporates and pay-it-forward partnership contributions enable investment in personal wellbeing while funding programmes for underserved communities.