Every single day, people support The Prem Rawat Foundation (TPRF) to engage in change across this planet with generous donations of money, time, talent, support, and passion. Only because of this tremendous support is it possible for TPRF to touch so many lives with the Peace Education Program, food and water aid, disaster relief, and more.

These new videos were recently released to show some of the ways that people make a remarkable impact when they support TPRF to engage in change.

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TPRF takes initiatives to help people find the power to overcome their most intense challenges, from hunger and poverty to gang violence, drug addiction, and more. Here’s a few of the ways that TPRF successfully engages in change.

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This introduction to the Peace Education Program features a variety of perspectives about how the workshops empower participants to discover their own inner resources and live more fulfilling lives.

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The blue collar town of Wilkes-Barre, Pennsylvania has been devastated by opioid addiction. Clients and counselors at the James A. Casey House there say the Peace Education Program is giving them the inner strength and hope they need to recover and stay clean.

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PEACE: The Most Practical Toolshows the strength of people responding to the tragedy of gang violence by coming together to find solutions to its root causes.

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