The Food for People program is resuming meal service with adjustments to help stem the spread of COVID-19, and a teacher gives you a video update from Ghana to thank you for your support.
The Prem Rawat Foundation is celebrating the U.N. International Day of Peace with an inspiring new video that encourages people to be a voice for peace and support humanitarian initiatives.
Chief Niadjekwei Jamansah expresses his great appreciation for the Food for People program, which has improved health, school achievement, and the economy in his town of Otinibi, Ghana.
Celebrate the U.N. International Day of Peace by watching and sharing this new video and learning more about our initiatives to build a more peaceful world.
Despite intense daily challenges in Katlehong, South Africa, this video highlights how the Peace Education Program is empowering a growing number of young people there to break the cycle of bitterness and build better futures.
TPRF releases “Medicine for Peace,” an empowering new video that calls for building a world at peace, one person at a time.
After winning accolades at numerous film festivals for how it powerfully documents the impact of peace education on the lives of Texas inmates, Inside Peace will be shown on PBS television stations across the U.S.
Taylor’s University in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, was the first institution in the country to offer the Peace Education Program. This video features the perspective of students participating in the course, as well as footage of TPRF Founder Prem Rawat’s meeting with them in October of 2016.
This video highlights how Dr. Patrick Mpoyi is prescribing Peace Education Program workshops to his patients to help them heal from a long list of ailments.
Donors showed generous support for The Prem Rawat Foundation (TPRF) during the “Hunger for Peace Appeal,” raising $162,824 for signature initiatives such as the Peace Education Program (PEP) and Food for People (FFP). “Many thanks to each one of you who donated and volunteered to make this appeal such a success!” says TPRF President Daya Rawat.
“Light Behind Bars” chronicles the transformation of incarcerated women in Tires, Portugal as they participate in the Peace Education Program and try to come to terms with the devastation of their past actions. It was produced independently by Rádio e Televisão de Portugal, the public service broadcasting organization of Portugal, which has shown it on television affiliates throughout the country.
This new video highlights how the Peace Education Program (PEP) is impacting people at the Sebokeng Youth Advisory Centre in South Africa.
In this new video Prem Rawat speaks to students enrolled in the Peace Education Program at TSiBA in Cape Town, South Africa.
Donors from around the globe recently showed overwhelming support for The Prem Rawat Foundation (TPRF), contributing U.S.$200,000 during the year-end Welcoming a New Era Appeal. The enthusiastic response far exceeded the goal of raising U.S.$150,000, putting the charity in a stronger position to fulfill its mission of helping people live with dignity, peace, and prosperity.
As people around the world greet the new year with high hopes, The Prem Rawat Foundation (TPRF) has received more than 4 million views for its “Peace Starts Here” video, which presents an empowering vision of building a world at peace, one person at a time.
Thank you to the volunteers and supporters of TPRF for the incredible work you made possible in 2016! This slideshow highlights some of this year’s accomplishments.