Made by Emmy award-winning producer Robyn Symon (http://symonproductions.com).
Food for Life Vrindavan (FFLV) is a humanitarian aid organisation officially recognized by the Indian government and is one of the finest examples of Food for Life around the world. For the last ten years, FFLV has worked in the poorest villages in the Vrindavan area (120 Km south of New Delhi). serving million of healthy meals to children.
Their free school for the poor now cares for 1500 + young girls providing them a full education, three meals a day and medical care.
To support Food for Life Vrindavan, visit www.fflvrindavan.org
FOOD FOR LIFE KZN currently distributes approximately 5000 plates of food per day to the poverty stricken people of Durban and surrounding areas.
Their vision is to become the leading humanitarian organisation in the country by creating a hunger free society in South Africa through free food distribution, driven by principles of integrity and purity and their short term goals are to reach 10 000 meals per day.
To support Food for Life South Africa visit http://www.fflsa.org/
SOURCE: (NaturalNews) The Food Rising Revolution launches in about 30 days, unleashing the world’s first non-profit, non-electric, home-based food and medicine production system based on 3D printable parts you can download for free.Today, I’m bringing you some teaser photos of some of the parts I’ve engineered for the Food Rising Revolution (see below). Join the… Read More »
The Motivate and Inspire Educational Academy opened couple month ago in Forsyth County has already helped students attain their academic goals. It is quickly becoming a tremendous success because middle-school students relate well to their high school instructors. Perhaps the most fascinating and impressive concept about the academy is its owner and founder, Anirudh Bikmal,… Read More »
ISKCON Hungary Celebrates Christmas With Massive Food DistributionDuring the month of December, ‘Food For Life Hungary,’ ISKCON Hungary’s charity program, distributed 30 tons of dry food (rice, flour, oil, pasta, and canned vegetables) as well as 30,000 hot plant-based meals to the needy all across the country.Over 5,000 plates of prasadam was distributed on December… Read More »
I remember the call I got from Indradyumna Swami in Sri Lanka. I was sitting in my office at the World Bank. I had just started a new job and was comfortable and peaceful. “Paul you have to come here. It is really bad. We need to respond to this. It is the biggest natural… Read More »
Typically when we think of exchanging gifts it is all about the material acquisition of stuff that at a certain point in time becomes useless stuff and we either throw it away or donate it to a thrift store. But what if we could gift something that never deteriorated in value — something that lived… Read More »
Dear friends, It is again that time of the year when we gear up for our New Year Gift Festival, we have already received lots of emails asking how to donate for this year festival. Sure you also want to join us in bringing happiness to thousands of small children! It cost only $6 for… Read More »
Food for Life has been a passion of mine for over 30 years now. From the very first day I joined the ashram and decided to be a monk, I was thrust into the kitchen to help cut vegetables for the cooks and then ride 1.5 hours to the Food for Life (Gopals) cafe where I… Read More »
Russell Brand officially supports FFLG affiliate, Food For All – Feeding the Poor in this 2 minute film created by the extremely talented Shoot The Music chaps: Big thank you to them for filming, editing and writing the music for this: NOW THAT’S WHAT I’M TALKING ABOUT. FFA director Parasurama das was appreciative for Russell’s personal… Read More »
Danny Webber a professional football player from Salford City came down from Manchester and spent the day with FFLG affiliate Food For All – Feeding the Poor. Danny has made a pledge to assist FFA in the future along with many othe musicians, friends and caring people.Share and Enjoy:
Juliana Castaneda, founder of the Paramatma Animal Sanctuary based in Colombia, South America has won the 2014 Vegan of the year award for category of Outstanding Animal Rescue/Animal Rights Organisation.The Vegan of the Year Awards is managed by the Vegans are Cool website and recognises the achievements of talented and dedicated vegans worldwide. A quick online… Read More »
Today marks the anniversary of lifting of Govardhan hill by Lord Krishna some 5000 years ago, however the festival celebrating this event is more popularly known as the “Mountain of Food Festival.”Govardhana is a hill located near the sacred town of Vrindavana, in the Mathura district of Uttar Pradesh, India. It was a favourite place… Read More »
By Lindy LairdFriday Oct 24, 2014 – Food for Life founder Buddhi Wilcox is baking a batch of pinwheels in two new ovens funded by a Manaia PHO grant when a woman from the Whangarei Bee Club drops off a 10kg bucket of honey.It is a fitting symbol of how the community pulls together to help… Read More »
Food for Life Global strongly believe that only until their is a major shift in consciousness and the world begins to see the spiritual equality of all living beings, including cows, pigs, and chickens, can their be a remote chance of actually solving world hunger.
Join the Food Yogi for this exclusive trek in Nepal, April 3-14, 2015Paul Turner the “food yogi” and Food for Life director is teaming up with Bohemian tours to put on an exciting trek in Nepal. I have traveled to 65 countries in the last 30 years and have seen so many amazing places and had so… Read More »
Today marks the anniversary of one of the most famous and influential men of the modern era, Mohandas Karamchand Gandhi, born October 2, 1869.Gandhi was the preeminent leader of Indian independence movement in British-ruled India. Employing nonviolent civil disobedience, he led India to independence and inspired movements for civil rights and freedom across the world. Today he… Read More »
Argentina is famous for its meat-centred cuisine and has the world’s second highest consumption rate of beef, with yearly consumption at 55 kg per head. In 2006, livestock farmers kept between 50 and 55 million head of cattle, mostly in the fertile pastures of the Pampas. The country is currently the third largest beef exporter… Read More »
I offer a challenge to everyone, but starting with 3 close friends, to do a random act of kindness with plant-based foods. Food for Life Global
teaches that pure food has the power to create unity in the world, while the Paramatma Animal Sanctuary
teaches that all beings deserve respect. It is my hope that this challenge goes viral and we all start honouring the spiritual equality of all beings.
The RULES of the CHALLENGE
- Link back to this page: http://www.ffl.org/2014/food-yogi-random-act-of-kindness-challenge/
- Use ONLY plant-based foods (No meat, fish, eggs or commercial dairy)
- Give the food to a random human stranger or street animal in need
- Video it and have fun. Be creative.
- Nominate 3 people that you feel will do this