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This summer about 150 people came together in the lovely mountains near Asheville, NC for the Golden Garden Party XI, raising $7,380 for the Food for People (FFP) program.
In response to a violent crime epidemic in London, Prem Rawat joined leaders, activists, and artists at Lambeth Community College on June 10 to announce a major rollout of the Peace Education Program. This video, produced by Celebrate Life Events, features perspectives on the event from some of the attendees.
Stephen de Lorimier is an architect and long-distance runner from Argenteuil, a town in Quebec near Montreal, Canada. In this blog he shares his perspective on running marathons to raise money for The Prem Rawat Foundation.
During the June “World of Difference” Appeal, more than 1,100 donors from 48 countries topped the goal of raising $150,000 and contributed a total of $179,399 to The Prem Rawat Foundation (TPRF). Throughout the appeal, TPRF released four new videos that highlight the impact of TPRF initiatives and they are available to watch in this post.
Karen Beem recently facilitated her first Peace Education Program workshops at Kentucky Circle Village, the senior community where she lives in Denver, Colorado. Participants expressed appreciation for how the program helped them gain a deeper awareness and understanding of themselves.
London Waves of Change Forum to Feature Peace Education, UK Premiere of “Peace is Inevitable” Documentary
On June 22 the Peace Partners charity will host a “Waves of Change” forum in London, England to help tackle the local gang violence epidemic as part of the Croydon Festival of Peace. The event will feature a presentation about the Peace Education Program and the UK premiere of “Peace is Inevitable,” a documentary film produced by The Prem Rawat Foundation.
In partnership with community centres, activists, schools and youth clubs, the Peace Education Program will be made available to all Londoners over the age of 14 to help tackle the rise of violent crime across the capital.
After hosting the Golden Garden Party for a decade, Ron and Rachel Clearfield are passing the torch to their dear friends this year, Brad and Leah Stickels. Happening on June 16 on their gorgeous land near Asheville, NC, this year’s event promises to be another great time in support of the Food for People program.
These videos, produced by Celebrate Life Events, feature perspectives from participants in recent Peace Education Programs held in Angell Town, a London neighborhood plagued by gang violence.
The London Evening Standard covered the new “Peace is Possible” mural, noting that the project “is part of Prem Rawat’s Peace Education Program, aimed at helping communities affected by violent crime.”