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Contributors showed strong grassroots support for The Prem Rawat Foundation (TPRF) during the June United in Hope appeal, exceeding the goal of $150,000 and donating $177,344 for initiatives that will help people across the globe live with dignity, peace, and prosperity.

“In these challenging times, the work of TPRF is needed more than ever to spark essential hope and open new possibilities for people,” says Daya Rawat, TPRF Board President. “I have been very moved by your support, and I appreciate everything you do to help. Thank you!”

The Prem Rawat Foundation’s initiatives are fueled by vigorous support from volunteers and donors in over 50 countries. Both Guidestar and Charity Navigator, the world’s top independent evaluators of nonprofits, give TPRF their highest grades for outstanding transparency, fiscal responsibility, and humanitarian results.

During the United in Hope appeal, TPRF released four new videos that show how the support is making a dynamic impact by helping address fundamental human needs.

Watch the new videos:

Your support is helping people cope during the COVID-19 pandemic. Read the latest news about the relief efforts here.

*Please turn on subtitles (cc) in the YouTube screen for available translations on all videos. On iPad, go to Settings->General->Accessibility->Subtitles & Captioning.

Prem Rawat offers his unique perspective on how your grassroots efforts come together and help the Peace Education Program make a remarkable difference for people across the world. Learn more about the Peace Education Program here.

This inspiring initiative has helped hundreds of people gain sustainable access to clean water in a remote corner of Dhading, Nepal. Learn more about the Food for People program here.

Your support has empowered students, teachers, and police to offer the Peace Education Program to stem violence and bullying at more than 50 public schools in Cusco, Peru . Learn more about the Peace Education Program here.

 

 

 

 

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