It's been just over a month since Peace Partners gained UK registered charity status and it feels as like a lot has happened since then. This quarterly newsletter is to update you on our current projects.
As always we thank you for your continued generosity, interest and support and hope you enjoy reading our latest news.
We are delighted to announce to our readers that Peace Partners has been granted registered charity status by the UK Charity Commission.
Every charity depends on the energy, enthusiasm and inspiration of its supporters and volunteers to fulfil its vision, and I’d like to extend a warm invitation to you to be an active part of this new and vibrant charity.
Our purposes include:
To accomplish these we work specifically with the Prem Rawat Foundation (TPRF) and other organisations with a similar purpose. We have an inclusive approach and aim to partner with individuals, groups and organisations.
Charity Status – What does it mean?
This recognition will benefit the work of Peace Partners in a number of ways:
The Prem Rawat Foundation (TPRF)
TPRF Board have expressed their gratitude and excitement to Peace Partners on achieving charitable status.
You are invited to participate, enjoy and help make a difference to the lives of many worldwide - you can:
The trustees and the team very much look forward to pursuing the opportunities this recognition affords to help us realise our vision, and to reach out to our friends and supporters. Thank you.