The Prem Rawat Foundation

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PO Box 24-1498 Los Angeles CA 90024 USA


The Prem Rawat Foundation strives to address fundamental human needs so that people everywhere can live their lives with dignity, peace, and prosperity.


Food for People is a food aid program designed to help rural communities emerge from the downward cycle of poverty. Developed in close cooperation with village elders, two facilities are in operation. One opened in 2006 in Bantoli, India and the other opened in 2009 in the Dhading District of Nepal. Each serves over 130,000 meals a year to children and elderly or ill adults per year with the objective of enabling children to go to school and malnourished adults to gain strength needed to return to work. A third Food for People facility is under development in Ghana and slated to open in 2011.

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In Latinamerica the Prem Rawat Foundation has done great things, including providing help to reroof after a hurricane in Mexico, help in the quechua communities in the andes and great outreach programs in prisons.
The fact that most of the money collected goes to help and is very transparent helps me to donate.
Overall it is success story of a grass roots organization.

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A prison in the neighborhood of Ezeiza close to my hometown, Buenos Aires

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