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March 4th, 2010

March 5, 2010

For immediate release

Food for Life Global (FFLG), headquarters for the world’s largest vegan food relief, is urgently calling for the assistance of responsible and experienced kitchen hands to help with its food relief project in Haiti.

The current Food for Life Global operation, managed by Bruce Webster from Denver, is now serving 3500 hot meals daily. “We are planning to expand to 10,000 meals a day very soon,” explained Webster. “Right now we urgently need help as our small team is maxed out.”

FFLG continues to interface with NGOs to secure a reliable stream of fresh food (rice, beans and vegetables).

People interested in helping need to commit to staying for at least 1 month and make their own way to Haiti. Food for Life Global will provide accommodation, meals and and other personal support. If you have cooking skills and can speak French and/or Creole, that is a big plus.


(Above: Canadian volunteer, Krishna Mulder, serves hot vegetable curry to hungry children from the Food for Life Global relief truck in Port-au-Prince)

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