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Food for Life Vrindavan New Gift Festival

Dear Friends,

Food for Life Vrindavan New Year Gift Festival is here again. Thousands of very poor children every year on the first of January receive a gift pack from us. Last year we did 5,000 gift packs. This year we hope we can do the same.

It cost US$ 5 for a gift pack, which includes a school bag, pencil, sharpener, toothbrush and toothpaste, a ball, chocolate, toffees and biscuit, a woolly hat for the coming winter and some hope…

It is this time of the year again when we call upon you to help us gift smiles to Vrindavan’s poorest children. You know very well, we are their only hope!

During this festive period, giving is on everyone’s mind, making someone happy is a treasure to share. And it’$ a fiver! We are not asking for the moon, just your pocket change to make a poor child happy like he has never been before.

Send in your contribution today and please forward this message to anyone you know. We are confident that with your help we can do it again this year.

You can donate online at www.fflvrindavan.org

or you can email to nygf@fflvrindavan.org

Please, download the slideshow now and forward it to you friends. We still have a long way to go and a little time left…

Yours in service of Vrindavan poor children

– Rupa Raghunath das

About FFLV

Food for Life Vrindavan is a humanitarian association officially recognized by the Indian government. For the last ten years, Food for Life Vrindavan has worked in the poorest villages in the Vrindavan area (120 Km south of New Delhi).

Our work includes:

  • food distribution
  • basic medical assistance
  • training courses for women
  • drilling for drinking water and constructing water tanks
  • assistance to the elderly and the disabled
  • distribution of clothes
  • environmental projects and education
  • taking care of cows
  • providing primary school education for disadvantaged children.

 

 

 

About Editor

Director of Food for Life Global and the author of the best selling book, FOOD YOGA - Nourishing Body, Mind & Soul. http://www.foodyogi.org

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