Earth Children Foundation
The Earth Children Foundation celebrates conscious living and collaborates with several social and charitable organisations, the aim of which is to share this knowledge. We are primarily focused on local and global social and charity projects dedicated to:
- connecting children and grown-ups to their roots in nature: environmental projects, sustainable living, learning and supporting local eco-system
- improving health by physical activities, yoga and meditation
- developing knowledge and skills of children and grown-ups in healthy cooking and eating
- supporting local arts heritage and developing creativity in children and grown-ups
We believe, only by connecting to our true nature we may maintain health, respect the planet, appreciate life and bring the value to society. We organise several Charity events globally – choose the one at your location and come enjoy these activities !
The Earth Children Foundation events:
Earth Children Yoga Journeys across the Europe and the UK (from 2013)
The Charities we support:
Isis Educational Centre
The ISIS Education Centre of The Royal Park Foundation is a beautiful eco-friendly environmental centre in Hyde Park, London, UK. It inspires children and grown-ups to learn more about nature, meditation and yoga. We organise charity yoga sessions in the Royal Parks of London. Please, contact Lola Lhamo.
The Ashok Tree Ashram was established in 2005 by Yogi Ashokananda and is located between Bangalore and Chennai in Tiruvannamalai, India. A variety of community and charity projects (including a school) are in motion to help local people, provide them with jobs and a better lifestyle for their families. The Ashok Tree provides medical support to the local community, has Ayurvedic Garden with healing plants and a primary school for children. http://www.ashoktree.com
Home Auroville is a universal township in the making for a population of up to 50,000 people from around the world. The concept of Auroville – an ideal township devoted to an experiment in human unity. In 1966 UNESCO passed a unanimous resolution commending it as a project of importance to the future of humanity, thereby giving their full encouragement. The purpose of Auroville is to realise human unity – in diversity. Today Auroville is recognised as the first and only internationally endorsed ongoing experiment in human unity and transformation of consciousness, also concerned with – and practically researching into – sustainable living and the future cultural, environmental, social and spiritual needs of mankind. http://www.auroville.org