Dear Friends, We are happy to share with you that Mrs India, 2016, Mrs Shalini Sood visited Food for Life Vrindavan this morning and shared her inspirational story of success with our girls. A computer engineer by profession, Mrs Sood is a living inspiration that age is no bar. As a child she had always wanted to be a model, however, she could not do it at that time. After marriage and two kids, she went after her dream and got what she wanted. Mrs India Beauty Queen contest is held every year for married women. The purpose of her visit to FFLV was to encourage girls to chase their dreams and believe in themselves. The girls had a lot of questions and were really inspired by Mrs Sood’s answers. Her visit has certainly sown a seed in the girls and who knows we may have a future miss india […]
Every year, from the past 17 years, we have had the pleasure of having Peter Burwash visit our schools. A former successful tennis player, he has been a long time supporter of FFLV. On this visit he recalled how he once sat in a small office in Vrindavan with his daughter Kim, Niraj and Rupa discussing about the program and it is such a pleasure for him to see how it has grown today. “It is absolutely wonderful to see the incredible effort and the kind of people the project has attracted” : Peter His daughter Kimberly has been to Vrindavan eight times and Skyler have been here five times. They love coming to Vrindavan and call Rupa the “Male Mother Teresa”. This year Peter celebrated the 42nd anniversary of his company Peter Burwash International (PBI) with the children of Sandipani Muni School. The guests played tennis with the school kids. The girls presented some beautiful performances and everyone had […]
Dear Friends, We are pleased to share with you that long time FFLV volunteer, Paul Musu, participated in the India Photography Competition 2016 and won the 1st Prize. The competition was organized by National Geographic. He submitted a photograph that he took at Nandgaon during Holi Celebrations 2014. The competition was really tough and over 500 photographers took part in it and Paul emerged as the 1st prize winner and won a Sony RX 10 III Camera. Paul is currently using this for FFLV volunteer service.