A Well-Fed World offers matching grant up to $10,000


February 18, 2015 – US-based non-profit A Well-Fed World (AWFW) is offering a $10,000 matching grant to help FFLG affiliate, Juliana’s Animal Sanctuary’s IndieGoGo campaign!

Juliana Castaneda Turner (Jagannatha Priya) runs the only no-kill animal sanctuary in Colombia and the only sanctuary that protects cows. Her project is very unique here in Colombia, where animal abuse is common.

“Every donation goes very far in Colombia, so please help us reach $10,000 before February 27 so we are eligible to receive an additional $10,000 from A Well-Fed World. Or, if you can’t donate, at least share this message with your friends,” said Juliana.

Food for Life Global is so honoured to be working with A Well-Fed World. Dawn Moncrief, the director of AWFW has been a long time supporter of Food for Life programs, providing numerous grants to ISKCON projects since 2009.

Help Juliana Reach $10,000

To support Juliana’s IndieGoGo Campaign and help her reach $10,000, go to: https://www.indiegogo.com/projects/juliana-s-animal-sanctuary-equality-for-all/x/196576

To learn more about Juliana’s Animal Sanctuary, visit: www.julianasfarm.org

About a A Well-Fed World

A Well-Fed World (AWFW) is a hunger relief & animal protection organisation that is a fiscal partner to Food for Life Global and has funded numerous prasadam distribution efforts over the years.

In addition to their advocacy, AWFW works through its partnership network (that includes Food for Life Global) to distribute vegan food to people in need, build food gardens in low-income countries, and strengthen farm animal care and rescue.

AWFW has a positive, practical, and action-led approach that produces immediate assistance for those in need and structural change for lasting results.

In addition to their direct programs, they raise funds, partner with, and promote innovative, highly effective projects that strengthen:

  • vegan feeding & farming programs
  • farm animal care & rescue efforts
  • pro-veg advocacy & community building

To learn more about A Well-Fed World, visit www.awfw.org

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