Food for Everyone Foundation launches digital products.
January 10, 2007 (PRLEAP.COM) Business NewsFood For Everyone Foundation (FFEF) www.foodforeveryone.org, a 501©(3) public charitable foundation headquartered in Salt Lake City, Utah, is pleased to announce they have just completed transferring their print vegetable gardening books and manuals, as well as 70 gardening training videos, into digital format.
For the first time in history the Foundation is able to offer their training material totally online. This means people anywhere in the world can receive these unique and valuable vegetable gardening books and training materials virtually instantly at substantial savings over the paper versions, and with no shipping, handling, or sales tax costs.
As a result of a recent partnership with RightCart – the foundation is also offering an affiliate program. This will allow all online website owners to also sell the digital training material, earning 15% on every sale while giving broad exposure to this important gardening method.
These new digital training materials, which promise “a great garden in any soil, in any climate”, and which produce yield increases up to 10 times traditional methods, can be found on www.Howtoorganicgarden.com.
Foundation humanitarian training projects have been conducted for 42 years in 31 countries around the world, first by Dr. Jacob R. Mittleider, and more recently by Foundation President Jim Kennard. Locations for humanitarian assistance are chosen on the basis of need and willingness of the governments and people to accept and implement the improved methods.
Examples of lives changed by the Foundation’s work are inspiring. From Papua New Guinea to Africa and Madagascar, and from Russia to America’s Indian reservations, millions of families have been empowered to improve their lives dramatically and permanently.
Questions and offers of assistance can be directed to Jim Kennard, Foundation President, at 848 Woodruff Way, SLC, UT 84108 – (888) 548-4449, or to jim@Foodforeveryone.org..
Press contacts can also contact the head of Business Development at steve@Foodforeveryone.org