October 20, 2018

Mercedes Alonso visits FFLV

Early this October, we had the honor of having Mercedes Alonso, The deputy of Family and Citizenship, a Spanish politician of the Partido Popular, with us at FFLV. On her 3 days visit to Vrindavan, she spent most of her time with the girls of Sandipani Muni School and was pleased to see the project. She was also the guest of honor of a very special evening program which we organized to distribute Girl’s Fund to our girls who have recently graduated. This program was also attended by Luis Pulido, the President of the Board of the Dharma Foundation in Spain. Mercedes Alonso took to social media to share what she felt about our project- “Checking the work that the Dharma Foundation is doing in one of the poorest areas of India, Vrindavan, in which they have built three schools to educate girls living on the streets, the poorest, and […]
October 4, 2018

House Of Gharats- Changing the world, one scarf at a time.

FFLV is delighted to announce a special gifting season collaboration with the House Of Gharats, a design house who design to empower. Designed with purpose, driven by values. House Of Gharats is a design house creating conscious luxury for artful dressing and living. They bring together style, substance and sustainability to empower women and girl children thus breaking the cycle of poverty.  21% of the profits from the scarves purchased through The Big Issue Shop, will be donated to FFLV – Food For Life Vrindavan program. Neishaa, Founder-Designer & Pretam Gharat, Cofounder and A Cosmetic Dentist founders of House of Gharats, endeavour to bring together various cultures and create new style synergies through art and fashion. They made the creative capital of the world their home over a decade back. Living amidst London’s hybrid cultures and global influences results in designs and objects that are profoundly modern and distinctively stylish, […]
October 4, 2018

Young Heroes

Dear Friends, It is such a pleasure for us to share with you the stories of our little heroes from around the world who go out of their way to help girls get education. One such example is set by Dayamayi, Nandalal and Miriam, 9 year old kids from Germany who managed to raise 160 EUR by selling handmade sweets. One day the teacher at their school allowed the kids to do whatever they like. As a result, these kids came up with the idea of selling self hand made sweets at a booth in the town market and within a few hours managed to raise the amount. They have donated this money to buy supplies for the girls at Sandipani Muni School, FFLV, Vrindavan. Dear Dayamayi, Nandalal and Miriam, we want to tell you this, you three, are heroes and we are so proud to know you. You are […]