As a non-profit organization, we are committed to donating 100% of our profits to programs and charitable organizations that are in alignment with our mission to create a world where love guides our actions toward each other and our planet. The list of organizations who we support will grow and change over time.

Love Toward Our Planet:

Two Coyotes Wilderness School, Inc.

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Two Coyotes Wilderness School, Inc. has been operating in CT for over 18 years. The school has grown to serve over 500 children per year. Two Coyotes is to dedicated to creating a healthier, more harmonious future by connecting people to nature, community, and their personal empowerment.

We believe that connection to nature helps us connect to each other as well. When we feel connected, we are less apt to cause harm to others, as it is ultimately harming ourselves. For that reason, we feel privileged to partner with Two Coyotes to help them bring more connection to areas of CT that otherwise don’t have access to nature-based programming.


To learn more about Two Coyotes, please visit their web site at

Love Toward Each Other:

Ben’s Bells Project

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Ben’s Bells Project is a non-profit based in Arizona and Connecticut. Their mission is to teach individuals and communities about the positive impacts of intentional kindness and to inspire people to practice kindness as a way of life. In many schools around CT, you can find a large“be kind” mural on a wall, reminding children to think of kindness as they interact with each other.

Learn more about Ben’s Bells at


The Jesse Lewis Choose Love Movement


Jesse Lewis was a loving young boy who fell victim to the Sandy Hook school shooting on December 14, 2012. Shortly before this tragic end for Jesse and 19 of his schoolmates, he wrote on the family chalk board “Nurturing, Healing Love.” Jesse’s mom, Scarlet, has dedicated her life to sharing Jesse’s message to make a positive impact on out world and by supporting the efforts of increasing the awareness and benefits of Social and Emotional Learning by “Choosing Love.”

The organization provides free access to their Choose Love Enrichment ProgramTM - a Pre-K through 12th grade social and emotional learning program that teaches educators and their students how to choose love in any circumstance and helps them become connected, resilient, and empowered individuals. These skills, tools and attitudes have been proven through decades of scientific research to be the best way to ensure a healthy, meaningful and purpose-filled life.

To learn more about this program, please visit


Real food shares at Sticks and stones farm - newtown, ct

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Providing fresh, wholesome food to those in need.

Real Food Share, founded by Newtown resident Sean Fitzpatrick, is a project to revive the beautiful Sticks and Stones garden and provide fresh produce to the local Faith Pantry food bank.

Love Has a Home is proud to partner with Sean and Real Food Share, raising funds through events and other projects to bring this vision to reality.