March 4, 2017

Meal Supplement Program by Dr Jacob’s

As many as a third of the world’s people do not meet their physical and intellectual potential because of vitamin and mineral deficiencies. The toll being taken by vitamin and mineral deficiency in 80 developing countries, India being one of them. The severe effects of vitamin and mineral deficiencies are anemia, cretinism and blindness, etc. Methods that have worked in industrialized nations are now so inexpensive and available that they could control vitamin and mineral deficiencies worldwide. Chief among the solutions is food fortification, adding essential vitamins and minerals to regularly consumed foods. At FFLV, we provide the kids with healthy nutritious food. However, we knew that these kids were from underprivileged families. They lacked certain essential nutrients in their bodies, that food alone wasn’t sufficient to fulfill those requirements. Therefore, many years ago, the meal supplement program was started with the help of our generous donor company Dr. Jacob’s […]
March 3, 2017

Spela’s Service

For the month of February we had a wonderful volunteer Spela from Slovenia. And like she always says that sLOVEnia has love “in it”, she also carried it all the way with her for Vrindavan and FFLV kids. In a month long service, Spela showed great enthusiasm in giving group coaching classes to the school girls. She also taught the girls some lessons on ” GO GREEN AND CLEAN” and ”PERSONAL DEVELOPMENT”. The girls learned public speaking, and english conversational skills. Another important topic that Spela taught the girls was “SWOT ANALYSIS”. After the training, the girls also gave a presentation about what they have learned and surprised everyone with their confidence and lovely presentations. We are very grateful to Spela for her time and dedication towards teaching the girls. We hope that you can come back again to FFLV next year.
March 3, 2017

Pooja Khanna Medical Emergency Fund

We would like to extend heartfelt gratitude to Pooja Khanna who has set up a medical emergency fund for the poor at Food for Life Vrindavan. Pooja has given $2500 for any medical emergencies that may come our way, so that we are able to help people immediately, without waiting for the funds to be raised. Pooja has been a long time supporter of FFLV. She has a heart of gold and many times she has gone out of her way to help the people, especially the children of Vrindavan. No matter how busy she may be, or what corner of the world she may be, she always finds time to come to Vrindavan to meet the children personally. We really appreciate her help and send her best wishes.  Regards Team FFLV.