March 30, 2018

Making A Difference With Art

Dear Friends, It is with great pleasure that we introduce you to Annette Kelly, a remarkable artist from England, who is creating a series of paintings to fundraise for FFLV. The paintings are available for sale and 100% of the proceeds will go to FFLV.   Annette Kelly is an artist gaining a great reputation for her work and generosity. She has been working with our sister charity in London, Food for All. This charity, set up by Parasuram das, is currently serving 2000 nutritious meals to London’s needy. She began by raising money for Food for All by selling spiritually themed art and crafts before volunteering herself in the kitchen to help serve the homeless & needy in Central London. Food for All’s ethos of ‘giving’ with no return, truly impressed her. She states “This experience changed my life and the way I view the world.”   TEACHING ART […]
March 16, 2018

London Marathon – Jay Mehta

Dear Friends,   We are excited to share with you that Jay Keshav, a young, enthusiastic Cambridge University student from London is participating in the London Marathon to fundraise for Food for Life Vrindavan. This is a 42km run through Central London. Jay is a 25 years old Doctor from Cambridge University doing his second foundation year at Barnet hospital.   When we asked Jay why he wanted to this, this is what he said, “Food for life Vrindavan charity is very dear to my heart. This charity educates the poorest girls in Vrindavan India, and is providing them with the tools to transform their lives and communities around them. I would appreciate your support towards these girls who will gradually change the face of India. FFLV celebrated their first batch of students to graduate from University last year – which was only a dream 25 years ago”   We […]
March 5, 2018

FFLV Girls Win Dress Up Competition

On 23rd February, 2018, Vrindavan Research Institute (VRI) organised a Holi Celebration in Barsana. The chief guest for the occasion was the Chief Minister of U.P Sri Yogiadityanath Ji, the cabinet minister and other political ministers.   There was also a dress-up competition in which many schools including Sandipani Muni School took part. Our girls with the help of their dance teacher Mansi, presented themselves very beautifully on stage. They stood third in the competition and also won cash prize for the same.   We are proud of our girls who are coming out to be more confident day-by-day. Relish the beautiful moments captured during the celebration….