Universal and Unique.

Mission: Help people discover their full potential

We are a message-driven movement to transform how children and youth can better learn from their community.

Rethink "community education" and how kids can better spend their free time acquiring new skills not taught in school, forming meaningful social connections with others, exploring their potential, and "educating the heart and mind." By giving parents access to all the information, opportunities, and experts/ service providers in their community and beyond.

Help the people serving the future generations, such as educators, instructors/professionals, and service providers, by creating better ways for families to find information and access their services while simplifying the complicated things (promo/ marketing, registration, admin paperwork).

Do What U Luv: Online Platform (DWUL.io) is a social venture startup, online community network, marketplace, and registration service connecting parents, children and youth, to the people who serve them.

Afterschool Guide (DWUL Foundation) is a registered Canadian charity (#813896578RR0001) providing community services to schools, school districts, and vulnerable families through afterschool programs.

Both co-exist and work in partnership/ synergy to create more innovation in the education sectors but operate independently and serve different purposes/ audiences.

2020 - Present, Social Venture Startup

Do What U Luv: Online Platform (DWUL.io) is a social venture startup, online community network and marketplace helping parents access programs, camps, services, and people serving children and youth.

2014 - Present, Registered Charity (#813896578RR0001)

Afterschool Guide (DWUL Foundation) is a registered Canadian charity (#813896578RR0001) providing community services to schools, school districts, and vulnerable families through afterschool programs.

Why do we do this?


We want to help people find their purpose in life, starting from a young age.


Bigger problems we want to address:


  • Many young people are unhappy and unsatisfied.

  • Some people find their talents and purpose later in life, but they feel like they missed out.

  • Workforces suffer from “academic inflation,” lacking "soft skills" (FinancialPost).

  • Children and youth cannot always help themselves, they need more help.