The Heart Led Living Foundation was created to extend love, healing energy as well as emotional and financial support to empower women and girls, uplift humanity
and unify our love for each other and our planet.

  • We do not give from a place of fear, obligation or self sacrifice. Anything given from fear only expands fear.
  • Instead we extend support (financial and otherwise) from a place of love and heart led guidance. As we meet fear with love, love expands.
  • We provide a “hand up” not a “hand out”
  • We believe in being of “self-fulfilled service” in the world as that is the only sustainable way of being of service
  • We ask that donations are heart led to ensure that love is the primary energy we extend
  • We align with the energy of collaboration, community and creative solutions

We are contributing to long term solutions that will create a ripple effect that impacts our entire planet. As we ignite and unite our hearts we are changing OUR world to uplift and unify humanity!


We believe giving is receiving and receiving is giving.

If you would like to contribute to a heart led cause and at the same time contribute to your own healing and awakening we invite you to join our global healing movement through our Heart Led Living community.  For only $15/month you receive live access to Sue and other intuitive coaches and healers plus a library of resources, meditations and recordings AND every month 10% of your membership is donated to our Heart Led Living Foundation projects.

Our current collaboration is “Days for Girls” in Kenya

We are thrilled to share that we have donated 100 Days for Girls Kits! That means 100 Kenyan girls get to stay in school during their monthly cycle. Here is a photo of the girls when they received the Days for Girls kits we donated through 100 Humanitarians. The principle from the school in Bomet reported that all of the girls who received the Days for Girls kits last November 2016 have not missed a day of school.

 

Below is a video about Christine and her story about starting Days for Girls in Kenya

Days for Girls from Miles Hanon on Vimeo.

Thank you for your time, love and energy. It takes a village to change the world and we appreciate everyone who feels called to join us.

If you are ready to experience deep healing and a profound awakening while sponsoring young girls to stay in school through our Days for Girls project we invite you to join our global healing movement through our Heart Led Living community.

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Click here to make a one time donation without becoming a member

 

Thank you for extending love and support. We appreciate you!

heart hugs,

Sue xo


“We can do no great things, only small things with great love.” ~Mother Teresa


To learn more about our previous Kenya project keep reading…

Kibera Slums Project

When Sue firEdel and Sue in Kenyast met Edel Quinn three years ago she knew instantly this woman was following her heart’s work and fulfilling her life’s calling. Edel is a social worker who has been providing business education, entrepreneurial training and emotional  and social support to the women of the slums. Once they complete the Karaffa Business Academy they receive microloans to start their own business. It is the combination of education, mind set retraining, and financial support that provides the means to create and ensure long lasting success.

graduatesSince 2001 the Karaffa Business Academy has helped more than 150 women and their families. With Edel’s support 17 women were successful enough to move their families out of the slums breaking the cycle of poverty.

Sue traveled to Kenya to visit Edel in August 2015 and again in May 2016. She spent weeks learning all about the academy and meeting the women and children of Kibera. Sue extended love and healing energy to those in need as well as provided coaching for Edel on how to create self sustainability for the academy.

Great News! We raised $2607 in donations and provided a laptop, internet hub, digital camera, donated many hours of coaching and website/domain support to Edel and the Karaffa Business Academy.