Saturday, March 25, 2006

Press release from Jim 3/27/06

Food For Everyone Foundation, who's motto is "teaching the world to grow food one family at a time", is currently conducting an intensive gardening training and demonstration project in the Shirak Region of Armenia, where the people are suffering from a devastating earthquake, the loss of free trade with their neighboring countries, and a continuing war with Azerbaijan.

Mr. Jim Kennard, Foundation President, reports that after his arrival in the country on February 24 they acquired and furnished a training facility, built a seedling greenhouse, and began growing 25,000 seedlings.

With a few carefully selected students working on the project full time, Mr. Kennard will be assisting families in several villages to learn "the poor man's hydroponic method" of gardening, which has been successful in over 30 countries around the world at increasing family food production from 5 to 10 times that obtained by traditional methods. The current project is scheduled to continue til July 15, 2006.

The Foundation is a Public Charitable entity, and works with reputable foundations and non-governmental organizations in countries around the world to improve family self-sufficiency through better and healthier food production.

Gifts of any amount are gladly accepted, and because the Foundation staff are all volunteer, 100% of donations received are used to directly benefit the people of the countries in which projects are conducted. To share in the excitement and joy of seeing others' lives improved, visit the Foundation website at

The Foundation is considering projects in Africa, indonesia, and South America. Reports on the progress of the current project can be seen at


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