Peace Partners

Peace Partners

At a glance


  • Children / families
  • Criminal justice
  • Education
  • Health and well being / research and care
  • International development
  • Local / community
  • Older people / later life
  • Poverty relief
  • Training / employment support

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National - England



Our aims: We are committed to raising awareness, improving knowledge, and developing expertise in order to increase sustainability in water, air and food solutions, leading to individual peace.
*Peace Partners is a registered UK charity committed to meeting the fundamental human needs of clean air and water, nutritious food and individual peace.  Peace Partners aims to raise public awareness, improve knowledge and expertise, and develop sustainable solutions to these global challenges.

To fulfil our aims, Peace Partners works with individuals, groups and organisations who share this vision.  In particular we partner with and support the unique, innovative programmes of The Prem Rawat Foundation (TPRF), helping people most in need worldwide. 

Our Key Impact Aims

Aim One: Peace
• Message of Peace – through financial support and raising awareness, hosting events and promotion.
• Peace Education Programme – through offering financial support, collaboration and raising awareness. 

Aim Two: Humanitarian

  • Food For People through financial support and raising awareness)
  • Support and raise awareness about the benefits of basic hygiene skills and agriculture techniques.​
  • Humanitarian crisis through providing financial support.

Aim Three: Partnerships
What we seek to achieve with our most direct partners in order to realise our goals and impact. 

 • Build Partnerships with like minded individuals, organisations and groups, involved in similar purpose – offer support, connection, collaboration and networking.

 Our criteria are based upon helping create positive change to bring about dignity, peace & prosperity at an individual level. It is easy to see that there are many problems and many things wrong in the world today but we feel that now is the time for a different approach. As Einstein reputedly said, “Insanity is doing something over and over, but expecting a different result". We feel that there are many individuals with a vision of a different world who are prepared to try something different to make their vision a reality by truly addressing the fundamental human needs of food, water, and peace in a practical way rather than just paying lip service.

Peace Partners provides support to programmes and initiatives that are helping to build a world at peace, one person at a time, so that people can live in dignity, peace and prosperity.


Peace Partners aims to support The Prem Rawat Foundation’s humanitarian projects in their delivery of food, water and emergency relief to people most in need around the world. The latter routinely includes providing shelter and blankets, cooking equipment, healthcare and essential medicines in the wake of natural disasters. In India, TPRF routinely holds eye care programmes, which for the recipients can mean the difference between independent living and dependent poverty. The Prem Rawat Foundation has established a reputation for reliability and speed of response, especially following natural disasters in the third world. Peace Partners fully supports TPRF’s vision to help people most in need by providing them with their most basic needs. These people would be the beneficiaries.

Peace Partners aims to support The Prem Rawat Foundation’s model ‘Food for People’ Programme, currently operating in India, Nepal and Ghana

The underlying vision for each facility is to:

Provide daily nutritious, hot meals in the local cuisine for children & infirm adults: Include hygiene education to help stem the spread of disease: Hire local villagers to help run the facility: Grow and/or purchase food locally to support the economy: Provide education in more productive agricultural methods: Consult community leaders in the design of the program:
Adjust the program to changing needs
Modern, hygienic and fully equipped feeding centres typically feed up to 500 children and infirm adults twice a day over a sustained number of years. The facilities are sited centrally so that children from surrounding villages can walk there, eat and then attend the local school.

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