“For my first trip to India, I was sure that I wanted to do service and felt like Vrindavan would be the perfect place to do so. The month I spent volunteering at Food for Life was one of the most rewarding experiences I have ever had. My weeks were filled with joy, love, appreciation, and a lot of selfies with the girls. I am so grateful to have had the chance to come to the Sandipani Muni School and get to interact with such amazing teachers and students and to see what FFLV is really about. I spent some time in the kindergarten hugging and high fiving tons of the little ones and doing “Head, Shoulders, Knees, and Toes” approximately a hundred and seventy times a day. The smiles they had transcended the language barrier and I always looked forward to going to school and getting tackled with hugs […]
On 23rd January, to our delight, renowned journalist and TV anchor Aditi Tyagi visited FFLV. It was a great joy for our girls because they used to see her on TV and to see her live was a great experience for them. We took her for the project tour and was happy to see all the different ways in which we are helping the girls to become self-sufficient and empowered. She spoke to the girls and told them about the importance of being determined to achieve their goals in life. She is an inspiration to our girls and it was a pleasure to have her here with us at FFLV. We look forward to her next visit.
“I really appreciated volunteering at Food for Life Vrindavan for two weeks. Editing the German and the Swiss Website was a great pleasure for me and I do hope it will help to find new donors supporting the girls of Vrindavan and the work of FFLV. Everybody was really friendly and I loved to take part in the assembly together with the girls. I’m looking forward to come back some day and wish FFLV all the best”. – Bettina, Switzerland.