The Prem Rawat Foundation recently participated in a roundtable with humanitarian leaders to raise awareness about the needs of refugees and to offer the Peace Education Program to help them.
During week two of the Extending Kindness Appeal, TPRF President Daya Rawat invites you to support the Food for People program.
In this new letter, TPRF President Daya Rawat launches the Extending Kindness Appeal, giving you the opportunity to double your impact thanks to matching donors.
The Food for People program is evolving to meet local needs in India, building 6 new classrooms to further help people emerge from poverty.
The Prem Rawat Foundation has provided $100,000 in grants for medical aid and food to help disadvantaged people in Peru cope with the COVID-19 crisis.
Charity Navigator has awarded The Prem Rawat Foundation its highest distinction, a 4-Star rating, for six consecutive years.
The Prem Rawat Foundation renewed a partnership with the Prison Education Foundation (FUNAP) to offer the Peace Education Program in more prisons across São Paulo, Brazil.
More than 1,600 contributors showed support for TPRF during the Looking Forward appeal in June, far exceeding the goal of $150,000 and raising $202,286 for initiatives that foster hope and address fundamental needs.
A counselor with the Judicature Council in Quintana Roo, Mexico, talks about how Peace Education Program is having an “incredible” and “transforming” impact on inmates.
In this short video, the President of Cancun Technological University talks about the value of the Peace Education Program and why he wants to make it available to all students and faculty.
In short video clip, Prem Rawat shares perspective on why the Peace Education Program has a huge impact on people in prisons.
In this new short video, the General Director of Integral Family Development in Quintana Roo, Mexico, talks about how the Peace Education Program is helping vulnerable clients find peace within.
The Prem Rawat Foundation is providing $150,000 to fund medical care and supplies to help disadvantaged people in India cope with the intense outbreak of COVID-19.
Food and supplies were recently distributed to disabled neighbors in need at the Food for People (FFP) facility in Bantoli, India.
Tutu & TPRF Collaborators Clive Conway and Paul Bloomfield discuss past projects, upcoming plans, and more. This is an excerpt of their full interview on Prem Rawat’s website.
The Prem Rawat Foundation is partnering with the National Institute for Juvenile Social Inclusion to offer the Peace Education Program to troubled youth throughout Uruguay.