August 23, 2018

International Youth Day Workshop at FFLV

Food for Life Vrindavan organized International Youth Day this month for the purpose of drawing attention to youth issues. FFLV held a seminar for the 12th grade girls of Sandipani Muni School in which they were made aware about the causes, the problems and the consequences of getting married at an early age. The main objective of the session was to raise awareness about the youth issues including child marriage and how they can get all the legal help they need to fight this evil prevailing in the society. On this day, we also invited Mansi, FFLV dance teacher ( ex-student of FFLV) and Anuradha, Teacher( ex-student of FFLV) to encourage our girls to aim high in their lives. It was an interactive session where our ex-students spoke about the basic facts, statistics, real life examples of child-marriage and the reasons why it is abolished and why it should be […]
August 23, 2018

The 3 Peaks for 3 Girls Challenge: Mission Accomplished

Dear Friends, As you all know, Dr. Damian Hatton, the Managing Director of InFocus( who has been helping FFLV for the past two years in developing strategies and policies to support and sustain the anticipated growth of the charity) took on the Three Peaks Challenge in July. We are pleased to inform you that Damian and his friends managed to complete the challenge and the good news is that they raised £1,680 for FFLV with gift aid thus far. These funds will be used to ‘kick-start’ the education for three girls in Sandipani Muni School who are on the waiting list- Kalpana, Pari and Radhika, all 4 years old.    We thank Damian for all his efforts. He has been a great support and has contributed a lot towards the projects of FFLV. About the challenge:- He, along with his three friends, took on the Three Peaks (Ben Nevis, Scafell Pike and Snowdon) – the […]
August 2, 2018

Shashika’s colorful donation

Recently, Shashika, a versatile and an independent artist from S.Africa donated colorful Kurtis and tops for our girls who are college graduates, working part-time/ full time and are in school. The girls were overjoyed after receiving the clothes. We thank her for her service and hope that she will come and visit us in the near future.   About Shashika:- Shashika Mooruth is a versatile and independent artist from S.Africa. She received the International Achiever Award on 2nd June 2018 from the President of South Africa, Honorable Cyril Ramaphosa at SAMA24 (South African Music Awards) organized by The Recording Industry of South Africa RISA at The Superbowl, Sun City,  Johannesburg, South Africa. She also became the first South African of Indian origin to receive the award. http://www.shashikamooruth.com