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Wholesome Meals for the NHS

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This week Bhaktivedanta Manor began an initiative to prepare and provide wholesome meals for the National Health Service.

A special thanks goes to our volunteers who cooked 500 meals today.

It is a tremendous honor to provide this small service for those who are sacrificing so much to take care of all of us. Thank you to our NHS.

Gauri das




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