Project information

Spread the Love

Spreading loving-kindness to vulnerable people starving for love. We target disadvantaged young people, NEETS, sick children, orphans and the elderly. We have a cheer-up squad and we provide one-to-one support and group activities.

January 2017 - December 2017

Charity information: Live to Love (KGCBV Trust)

Live to Love (KGCBV Trust)
  • Need


    Many people suffer and they need love and support. Sadly their nearest and dearest are absent/cannot provide (enough) for them. Children who've lost a parent are looking for extra care. Disadvantaged young people are looking for ways to fit in. Children in the hospital are looking for reasons to smile. NEETS are looking for direction, love and understanding. The forgotten elderly need to find their way back to love.


    We provide social groups for disadvantaged young people and orphans as well as one-to-one support through mentors during out-of-school hours. Support will include visits to young patients to cheer them up and if necessary help with homework / meals for the family. NEETS will have their own groups so they can fill their days and hopefully find their way back into education. Some of the socials for young people/NEETS will include visits to the elderly and homebound to help spread the love further.

  • Aims

    Aim 1

    No child without love.


    » Youth groups for disadvantaged young people after school.
    » Outings and week-ends away for orphans.
    » Week-end socials.
    » One-to-one mentoring.

    What success will look like

    Sad young people will be able to smile and the twinkle in their eyes will return.

    Aim 2

    No NEET without support.


    » Activities to fill their days in group setting and one-to-one.
    » Workshops to teach them life-skills.
    » Week-ends away.

    What success will look like

    NEETs will not hang around on the street and will find their way back to education.

    Aim 3

    No more sad little patients.


    » Cheer-up squad in hospitals.
    » Meals and baskets delivered to families.
    » One-to-one homework support.

    What success will look like

    Sick children will find reason to smile again.

    Aim 4

    No more forgotten seniors.


    » Groups of young people perform/visit.
    » Help with meals and other household needs.
    » Senior clubs and get-togethers.

    What success will look like

    The elderly will have more meaning in their life.

  • Impact


    Bring happiness into sad hearts. We will contact teachers, parents and carers to measure our impact.


    We need to safeguard all our users. Volunteers have attended safeguarding training and are all DBS checked.


    We will send reports.

  • Budget

    Budget - Project Cost: £40,000

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      Amount Heading Description
      £10,000 Food Food for families of patientsand the elderly, snacks and meals for out-of-school clubs.
      £7,500 Transportation Transport to and from outings/hospitals/senior homes.
      £14,500 Rent Suitable premises for clubs, week-ends away and workshops.
      £8,000 Misc Insurance, advertising, volunteer costs, stationery...
  • Background


    The London boroughs of Hackney and Haringey. Both full of disadvantaged and needy families.


    Disadvantaged and sick young people, NEETs and lonely elderly.

  • Why Us?

    Why Us?

    We have a group of dedicated volunteers with many years of experience and very big hearts, ready to spread love.

    Read more about the Charity running this project.



    Alex is trustee and makes sure that loves reaches into many hearts simultaneously. He lives to spread love.