Natural disasters are a time for all of us to step and do what we can to help our fellow citizens. Food for Life Global has been a first-responder to some of the greatest natural disasters over the last 30 years. If you would like to help us to respond to Hurricane Harvey, Hurricane Irma or Hurricane Jose, please fill in this form.
HELP US HELP TEXAS FLOOD VICTIMS An estimated 21 trillion gallons of rain fell on the Houston area as a result of Hurricane Harvey, causing 51 inches of flooding in the worst hit places and resulting in over 1 million displaced people. Harvey’s devastating flooding brought back tough memories in New Orleans as Tuesday marked the 12th anniversary of Hurricane Katrina. The death toll in Texas related to Hurricane Harvey rose to at least 37 Thursday morning, CNN reports. The Govinda’s vegetarian restaurant in Houston has been offering 300-400 free vegan meals to victims since the storm hit, however, they are now delivering free vegan meals to area shelters, including 200 hot meals to volunteers at the University of Houston who are doing volunteer service at various shelters. “The shelters don’t have vegan food for volunteers, so we stepped up,” says Shyamasundara, the ISKCON temple president. The temple is also […]
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE FFL Hosting is the world’s first cause-related hosting service to directly tackle world hunger with free meals for needy children directly tied to sales of web services Food for Life Global is the world’s largest free meal distribution charity, with 210 projects in over 60 countries serving up to 2 million meals daily. Established in 1995, the non-profit is now venturing into social entrepreneurship beginning with a partnership with Godaddy, the world’s biggest web host. The new venture called FFL Hosting www.fflhosting.com is offering to feed one needy child a freshly cooked vegan meal with every domain registered. And if a customer purchases the deluxe hosting package, FFL Hosting will feed a needy child for an entire year! “We would love to get more awareness for this noble enterprise,” says Paul Rodney Turner, the director of Food for Life Global. “Our charity is the most efficient […]
Food for All is an affiliate of Food for Life Global and one of the longest running free food programs in London. Recently, PiTV in London decided to document their work and they produced this 5-minute video showing how much the volunteers are appreciated by University students. To learn more about Food for All and how you can get involved visit http://foodforall.org.uk/
Source: Dandavats By Radha Krishna Das ISKCON Food Relief Foundation – Annamrita, an NGO affiliate of Food for Life Global that has been working tirelessly for nearly 13 years to fight classroom hunger and provide the underprivileged school children of India with wholesome nutritious meals has won the prestigious IMC Ramakrishna Bajaj National Quality award for the second year in a row. Inspired by Srila Prabhupada – the Founder Acharya of International Society for Krishna Consciousness who was a true visionary and wanted to see a hunger-free world, the motto of Annamrita is to serve “Food as Pure as Nectar” to all. In partnership with the Government of India and various State Governments and inestimable support from many philanthropic donors, corporates and well-wishers; Annamrita has grown from humble beginnings to serving just 900 students in one school, to today serving 1.2 million meals every day of which over 100,000 meals […]
Over the last 22 years, Food for Life Global (FFLG) brand has gone through a few incarnations, but what has been consistent throughout has been our cartoon character Prasadam das (servant of holy food). However, in 2016, our creative partners at WordPlay Studios in Sydney, Australia took upon the task of rebranding the organization to better suit the organization in 2017. During the rebranding process, the team began with the following challenge: FFLG is facing some challenges that most companies and organizations face as they mature. These challenges are such things as staying relevant to your audience, standing out in a crowd and finding an emotional connection with people. In short, FFLG is doing HUGE things but isn’t getting the recognition it deserves. We have defined a set of objectives in which we will address in the brand evolution process. These objectives are as follows: Objectives Gain more brand awareness & visibility […]
We did it! Serving 4 billion meals is no easy feat, but today, Food for Life Global’s network of 210 affiliates in 60 countries quietly served out the 4 billionth meal. To put that in perspective that is two meals for every child in the world. Starting as a grassroots operation in the fields of Mayapur, West Bengal, inspired by the words of a simple India Swami, A.C. Bhaktivedanta Swami Prabhupada, that “no one within ten miles of our temple should go hungry,” the project gradually expanded around the world to now include award-winning mega kitchens in India that churn out up to 70,000 meals a day! Food for Life Global’s network of affiliates may not get the recognition of other charities like the Red Cross, but it is made up of the most dedicated volunteers on the planet — day in day out – cooking enormous quantities of nutritious […]
Since starting as a grassroots project in India in 1974, Food for Life Global has expanded to now include 210 projects in 60 countries serving up to 2 million meals daily. And on December 30th we will hit the 4 Billion Meal mark! “This is truly astonishing,” says Paul Rodney Turner, the director and co-founder of Food for Life Global. “And to think that it is highly probable that FFLG network of affiliates has served even more meals than this is mind boggling.” Yes, the numbers we are using to calculate the current distribution rate and volume over the last 42 years are based on conservative estimates and do not include all projects over history, simply because many projects closed down, many did not maintain accurate logs of meals distributed, and many do not report numbers at all. Since the inspirational “founding” of Hare Krishna Food for Life when the […]