Bob Marley 9 Mile Tour in Jamaica "Yardie Tours" to visit Bob Marley's grave and donate school supplies to children to the school which Bob Marley built in his mother's name near his mausoleum. I hired a private driver Christopher for the day. Once I reached the gates where Bob Marley grew up joined the group for the ganga tour and was greeted by "Captain Crazy" name suits him. Tour was memorable and Chris was amazing c how the locals live, this trip humbled me another check done…
Grab your lighters and mark your calendars—the new Kevin Macdonald-directed Marley documentary is hitting Facebook on 4/20 (MTV Hive). Fans can head over to the Bob Marley Facebook Page on April 20 at 12:01 a.m., where they’ll be able to enjoy the film the same day it drops in theaters. The stream will cost a reasonable $6.99 via PayPal or credit card. And the best part? A portion of proceeds made from the viewing will be donated to Save the Children.
Share the Love, Feed the Pandas! 1love.org and explore.org have put some beautiful moments from the Panda live cams together with Bob Marley's iconic "Is This Love" song. For every share or like of this video, explore.org will donate $1 to replant bamboo they need to survive (up to $500k). Watch and share it, now!
1Love.org and the 1Love.org Facebook page are dedicated to continuing Bob Marley's mission of giving back to communities through charitable donations for sustainable and responsible living. Registered users earn points and receive virtual badges for participating in the 1Love.org movement and completing "Marley Missions." Marley Missions include planting a small garden, offering advice to someone in need or donating to the "Invisible Children" charity.
Located in the Stratford Hills shopping center off Forest Hill, the Vibe is a restaurant and catering company that also provides training for people with physical and cognitive disabilities. It's a nonprofit, but takes no government funding. Instead it tries to work through the community with grants, special events and donations. And now it's getting an assist from an unlikely source: Bob Marley's grandson.