More than 1,600 contributors showed support for The Prem Rawat Foundation (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.

“I want to extend my sincere appreciation to each of you who contributed to the Looking Forward appeal,” says Daya Rawat, TPRF Board President. “At a time of fear, we can work together to lend a helping hand, to foster compassion and hope as well as practical necessities. It is heartwarming to see so many people reaching out to help others around the world.”

During the appeal, TPRF released four new videos that show how the support is making a dynamic impact.

Watch the Looking Forward appeal videos:

 

This group of former gang members in Alpachaca, Ecuador were inspired by Prem Rawat’s peace education workshops to change their ways and inspire others through national radio broadcasts.

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In March of this year, Prem Rawat met with supporters of the Peace Education Program in Mexico, where the wellbeing course is being embraced by diverse people in family development organizations, correctional facilities, law enforcement and more.

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Evidence is mounting from a growing number of studies that the Peace Education Program makes a profound difference for diverse groups of people.

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Your support for TPRF and the Food for People program is helping disadvantaged children and families cope with the Coronavirus.

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