Live Love
Speak Love, Act Love, Live Love; Together we can change the world




Live Love soccer is one of our favorite monthly events! 
Come see what its all about THIS SATURDAY (April 13th) @ Gazelle Meadows Park. At 10AM we'll be meeting up to play soccer and have our neighborhood famous Easter-Egg hunt! 
You do not want to miss this spring event! See you there.



Live Love is a community development non-profit partnering with neighborhood leaders for the purpose of building strong community, connecting people, and caring for our neighbors.  We believe identifying and mobilizing assets is the best way to ensure sustainable neighborhood-driven development.  For this reason, since 2007, we have been bringing community volunteers to work side-by-side with neighborhood leaders who are striving to create change and healthy growth right where they live.

Through annual community events, quarterly programs with kids and teenagers, and monthly community care activities in support of senior adults and disabled residents, we strive to promote strong, caring communities in Chandler.



Paul and Melinda officially established Live Love as a non-profit in 2007 in order to invite others to the daily challenge of living lives full of love. But it truly began through a friendship that Paul had with a homeless man named Carlos while they were living in Guatemala several years before.  Through that friendship he discovered that love truly can change the life of each person we meet.  We believe that everything matters…every choice made and every word spoken.  Love can and does change us.  But we can’t just talk about love; we must show the truth of our love through our actions.  Live Love is not merely a slogan or even a program; it is a way of life.

We are meant to act love, speak love, and live love. Together, we can change the world!

Paul and Melinda

They say opposites attract- and in our case, that has proven to be true!

Paul recharges in solitude, while I crave quality time with those close to my heart.

I love working outside beautifying the yard, and Paul labors to bake the best sourdough bread on the planet.

I could watch baseball everyday of the year, but he flips from the cooking network to the travel channel and back again.

Paul talks about retiring in the Puget Sound, while I dream of warm sand and sunny days.

But we both love coffee, ethnic food, laughing out loud, and days full of activity. We are drawn to helping others, seeking out adventure, and avoiding the easy way through. We believe our lives are stories meant to be lived fully and shared openly.

We never really know what each day will bring, but what we do know is that we will do it together, side by side, one day at a time, for as long as we can!