Watch video of Prem Rawat’s visit to Food for People in Ghana:
In Denmark, continuing education courses in a wide variety of fields are made available to adults at little or no cost. It occurred to Birgitte Nielsen and her husband, Jørgen Holtegaard, friends of TPRF, that the Peace Education Program (PEP) would be a wonderful addition to the available courses.Read more
In an event of significance for indigenous people in all parts of the world, Prem Rawat was recently welcomed to Aotearoa (New Zealand) in a dramatic ceremony on the marae (sacred place of the Māori people). This video features the welcome ceremony as well as Prem Rawat's talkRead more
Recently TPRF enlisted the help of a local story contact in each of the Food for People locations. Alex Wiredu, with the help of Prembaf Ghana Foundation Board member Francis Ahore, offered to develop a relationship with the local people to begin to tell their story.Read more
It seems like only yesterday that the second Food For People (FFP) facility opened near Katmandu, Nepal.
Tucked away in the Ganesh mountains, a tiny village called Tasarpu was chosen as the site where, in 2009, five hundred children and one hundred infirm adults began receiving daily hot meals. Last month over seven hundred children were fed. The number of infirm adults who need this additional meal has dropped to just twenty-six.Read more
The sixth Miami golf tournament to benefit TPRF was enjoyed by new and repeat golfers at this annual event held in March at the prestigious Hillcrest Country Club in Hollywood, Florida. Golfers traveled from all parts of North America to participate and to enjoy the Florida sunshine.Read more
The TPRF Blog is expanding with more eyewitness stories from both volunteers and the people who interact with them "on location" around the world. Along with updates and photos from signature programs like TPRF's Food for People, Peace Education Program, and special Message of Peace events, we'll be sharing more first-hand stories that often don't get the spotlight they deserve. Real stories from real people whose lives have been touched in big and small ways through the work of the foundation, partnering organizations, and volunteers.Read more