• Love is Just a Verb

    Breathing Life Back Into The Community

  • “I remember when I got rushed by some guys on bikes, they chased me and started beating me up. I remember screaming and shouting for help. I saw people open their curtains only to close them and I saw people walking past minding their own business. I am not saying that they had to intervene, but at least call the police. I was left on the floor licking my wounds, no police came and no one came to help me. That is what I think about the community"

     

    Young person, 15, Peckham, South London

  • About Our Company

    We always strive for the best.

    About Us

    Love is Just a Verb is a social movement that encourages people to interact, socialise, build, collaborate and work together on rebuilding the village that raised a child.

     

    We are the village!


    We are committed to breathing life back into the community but to achieve this we need to breaking down any social barriers.

     

    "At the risk of seeming ridiculous, let me say that the true revolutionary is guided

    by a great feeling of love"

    Che Guevara

  • MY LIFE MATTERS

    July 29th 2017

    Calling all leaders, Invite members of your What's app groups, you know, them people who you are always getting into what app debates with but have never seen, bring your flyers, bring your topics of discussion and let's hold a reasoning in the park, step outside your comfort zone and mingle with brothers and sisters who live in your community.

     

    Let's break the antisocial habits we have contracted from gentrified London, let your child know who my child is, let's bridge the gap between the families and eat good food at the same time.

    International Day for Community Restoration - Community First Aid

    "Global problems require collective solutions. At a time of divisiveness on many key global issues, from armed conflict to forced migration, people need to turn toward each other in common cause, not away from each other in fear." — UN Secretary-General, Ban Ki-moon

     

    International Day for Community Restoration is observed on 5th of August every year, with the overall objective of raising awareness of issues around the world and mobilizing efforts in support of community restoration.


    The Day provides an opportunity for all communities around the world to talk about their work, their passion, interests, their solutions, motivations and inspirations in an hope of invoking the spirit of the village that raised the child. The day provides the opportunity to explore what more needs to be done to make their community more cohesive, vibrant and safe for people worldwide.

    #CommunityFirstAid

    #communityfirstaid

     

    1) CHOOSE AN AREA

    2) Blitz that area

    3) Spread Community Love and healing to as many people as possible

    4) Perform CPR until you feel the COMMUNITIES 'PULSE'

    5) Learn More by clicking below

    Project 86400 - October 14th 2017

    "You only get 24hrs in a day! We all only get 24 hours in a day. It’s what we do with it that makes the difference!” Eric Thomas

     

    “The graveyard is the richest place on earth, because it is here that you will find all the hopes and dreams that were never fulfilled, the books that were never written, the songs that were never sung, the inventions that were never shared, the cures that were never discovered, all because someone was too afraid to take that first step, keep with the problem, or determined to carry our their dream.” Les Brown

    Our Dates in One Place

    Love is Just a Verb 2017 Dates

    1) Saturday Feb 25th 2017 - Harlesden PULSE

    2) Saturday 27th May 2017 - Brixton PULSE

    3) Saturday July 29th 2017 - My Life Matters Party in the Park

    4) Saturday August 5th 2017 - International Day of Community Repair

    5) Saturday October 14th 2017 - Project 86400

    6) Sunday 26th Nov 2017 - Stratford E15 PULSE

     

     

  • About Our Logo

    Unlike other logo’s, our logo acts like an insignia, a sign informing other Love is Just a Verb participants of their affiliation just like football fan's wear colours or uniform to identify each other’s allegiances, or like gang members who display scarfs other social groups who use some form of sign to communicate a clear message to their members.

  • OUR 3 CHALLENGES TO YOU

    SPREAD LOVE....EVERYWHERE YOU GO!!!

    PEG A HOLIC

    “Changing the world, one person at a time whilst leaving behind small messages of love and productivity

    How many times have you sat on the train or bus and wanted to connect with someone but did not have the courage to step outside your comfort zone to make the magic happen?

    Well them days are over!

    This is another community challenge that Love is Just a Verb would love to share with the world. Through PEGAHOLIC we aim to encourage ordinary everyday folk to “Break the Mould” by spreading inspirational messages, but guess what? It’s secret.

     

    If you are ready for this challenge, please follow these simple steps:

     

    Step 1) Get yourself a wooden clothes peg and write loveisjustaverb.com on one side of the peg and a positive message on the other. Promote the things you love, infect someone with your vision. We have attached some examples for you to look at

     

    Step 2) Approach someone on the bus or train (for example) and peg them without them knowing.

     

    Step 3) If your feeling extra brave, take a picture of the peg and upload it to Instagram, twitter, or facebook. Please tag @loveisjustaverb

     

    Step 4. If you’ve been pegged, see steps 1-4.

    TAG A CHAMPION

    BECOME AN AGENT OF CHANGE

    We have a The person who gave you this card has stepped out of their 'comfort zone' and performed a good deed for you. Maybe they complimented you, helped you or brightened your day; in return, all they want is that you pass on this card to someone else, along with a good deed to someone else you think deserves it.

     

    It can be as big or small a deed as you would like to make it.

     

    You can leave your 'comfort zone' and spread some community love at any time...

    If you do not wish to participate, it's ok, no one will judge you because no one but you will know!

     

    Thank you for your support, we hope that your day has been made a little brighter.

     

    Our Insignia / Badges

    'Wear it with pride'

    Unlike other logo’s, our logo acts like an insignia, a sign informing other Love is Just a Verb participants of their affiliation just like football fan's wear colours or uniform to identify each other’s allegiances, or like gang members who display scarfs other social groups who use some form of sign to communicate a clear message to their members.

     

    We challenge you to wear our badge and show the world that you are an agent of change. Walk strong with your head up high and if you make eye contact with someone smile, greet them and if you want, begin a conversation with them. Please do not ignore them, acknowledge them and increase their sense of belonging to the community they love!

     

    This is how the village operated; like-minded people connecting with another to do amazing things for the community they adore.
    We challenge you to step outside your comfort zone and start connecting with others.

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