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The Food for People program is empowering parents to save money and time so they can help their families get ahead.
Lucy Collins shares her perspective on being a volunteer facilitator for the Peace Education Program (PEP) in Miami, Florida, where she and her team have conducted about 400 PEP workshops for inmates at the Metro West Detention Center.
The Prem Rawat Foundation completed a major expansion of its signature Food for People program to feed 750 additional children struggling from malnutrition in the remote mountains of Nepal. The development brings the kitchen facility to full capacity, supplying a total of approximately 2,000 free and nutritious daily meals to children in need.
Contributors showed enormous support for The Prem Rawat Foundation (TPRF) during the “Power of Peace Appeal,” raising US $184,605 to help ensure that initiatives like the Peace Education Program and Food for People reach even more people in 2018 and beyond.
This slideshow highlights some of the accomplishments that TPRF supporters and volunteers achieved in 2017. Thank you!
In a sign of improved health, student athletes served by the Food for People (FFP) program in Ghana made their community proud by excelling in a regional sports tournament this year.
Susan Ramsey facilitates the Peace Education Program in Denver, Colorado, at a shelter for homeless women and transgender individuals. A participant said, “This class is preparing us for when we have our own housing. Because even when we get it, we’ll still have to deal with the problems of the world and find peace.”
This Huffington Post interview features Dr. Jamshid Damooei discussing the tremendous value of peace education.
Mary Dalgleish writes about her experience presenting the Peace Education Program at the recent International Corrections and Prison’s Association conference in London.
Peace Partners will host a Gala Benefit at the Denbies Wine Estate in Dorking, Surrey, England to raise funds for The Prem Rawat Foundation (TPRF) on November 19. The event is open to the public and will feature a 3-course dinner, guest speakers, an auction, and live music. TPRF President Daya Rawat will give a keynote address as well as a musical performance.