Eclectic Love, operates with the helping hands of volunteers and community members. Our goal is to teach children, women, and families through love. We collaborate and communicate for the future of our children and families. We take responsibility for achieving Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 8, and 17 in consultation with its people, to address collective challenges from a place of shared endeavor.


Eclectic Phrontistery

There’s no better time to learn a new language than as a child. While more children are in school today than ever before- many are not learning basic skills like reading once they get there. Measuring kids’ reading skills to see how well they know their ABCs, sound out words and letters, read and understand sentences in English is part of what we stand for as an organization. Helping to craft a new development goal on education to ensure that girls and boys everywhere learn how to read, write, and count by the age of 12 and that the learning gaps between the poorest and the richest children are significantly reduced.

Eclectic Frolic

Sports programs help develop physical fitness, reduce stress and promote a positive use of leisure time, appreciation for the environment and interpersonal skills, and a positive impact on children’s attitude toward fitness and health. Our sports opportunities- basketball, tennis, and soccer are designed for kids of all skill levels who are between the ages of 5 and 17 and allows them to mature from beginners to elite athletes. Sports initiatives strive to help children build confidence and recognize the value of hard work, teamwork and persistence in achieving personal goals. By learning what it takes to play a team sport, kids are also being prepared to be productive citizens.

See, Write, Speak (Adult Literacy)

Parents are our children’s first teachers, so no education for them is almost like destruction to a foundation that was never created. When women are empowered through literacy, they can find their voice, be strong, get educated, and improve their lives. Real life examples of women’s empowerment through literacy include: leaving abusive situations, getting a better job, improving their health, breaking the cycle of poverty, and furthering their education so their children have an increased opportunity for academic success; ultimately change. Parents are offered the opportunity to attend adult literacy classes, which are held twice a week for three hours each class. In the class, they learn to read, write, and speak in English, which opens many other opportunities in the working field for each family.

Love Set Me Free

Other programs offered to our communities such as Back 2 School, Women Empowerment, Eclectic Angels, Financial Literacy, and more.