Winter Work with Living With Harmony

Living With Harmony continues to speak and work locally and nationally to further our mission to heal and transform the lives of people and animals.

We have had a very busy Winter and are happy that Spring has sprung.

JP’s Work in South Florida

In February, John Pierre traveled to Florida Atlantic University to teach about the benefits of plant based eating. While in Florida, John also spoke about plant based eating and sports nutrition at Progressive Self-Defense Systems.
JP will returning to Progressive Self-Defense Systems on Wednesday, April 5th at 7pm to talk about the organization, Project Child Save and to show the documentary, “Kidnap and Rescue.”  If you are located in Boca Raton, please contact them for more information.

Volunteering With Other Organizations

Living With Harmony has been volunteering with several organizations while we work to build our vision.  Some of those organizations are highlighted here.

Peace Love and Paws, is a Colorado non-profit organization whose mission is to provide care to pets whose parents are homeless and indigent.

We continue to work with Ty Ritter and his organization, Project Child
to help educate people and prevent child abductions and kidnappings.
Living With Harmony hosted a showing of the Project Child Save documentary “Kidnap & Rescue” at the Boulder Public Library in February.

Living With Harmony continues to work with Colorado Pet Pantry, a Colorado non-profit. We volunteer at two Boulder locations per month, helping to distribute pet food to families in need.
Volunteers are needed at our Boulder locations and several others through the metro Denver area.  Please sign up here.  Times and locations are listed on the calendar on the link provided.

Living With Harmony had a booth at the Food Rx Health Summit in Houston, Texas.John Pierre lectured about his Four Pillars of Health – Nutrition, Mind, Motion and Compassion.


Expanding on Social Media

Living With Harmony is now on Instagram.  Please follow us.

Continuing Our Search For A New Home

We are still looking for a property so we can physically house and help more animals in need.  If you know of any properties that could house farm animals and domestic pets, or if you would like to make a donation, we would love to hear from you.
Thank you!  Happy Spring!

Tracie Rheel

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