Laurel Pendle, CMP
For Immediate Release
Large Local Community and Global Support for Widespread Humanitarian Efforts
Mesa, AZ, – Raveen Arora has been nominated for the 2021 Nobel Peace Prize Award.
This prestigious award nomination comes from numerous local community organizations as well as several prominent international organizations. Nobel Peace Prize winners will be announced in October 2021.
Former President and Nobel Laureate Jimmy Carter to Raveen…” Your life as a public servant, leader in humanitarian concerns model Citizen and Philanthropist makes you a splendid candidate…”
Richard Neuheisel, President of AZ Sister Cities Association and former CEO of Sister Cities International stated, “It is with great pleasure and a high honor to support the many nominations already submitted on behalf of Raveen Arora who has done so much to foster international peace and international friendship- not only in his native India but also in his beloved America and around the world.”
Donald Townsend, District Governor of Kiwanis International said, “As Governor of the Southwest District of Kiwanis, I am extremely honored to endorse a fellow Kiwanian and friend, Mr. Raveen Arora for the award. Raveen is the epitome of a Servant Leader who gives of himself to make the world a better place.”
Raveen Arora was born and raised in Calcutta, India and believes his life experiences and humanitarian efforts were based on his work with Nobel Laureate, Saint Mother Theresa as a young boy. Some of his strongest fundamental values are humility, dignity and respect for humanity. His famous quote is, “I am human. Nothing human is alien to me!”
Arora serves on the board of several national professional organizations and well-known local associations. He is an entrepreneur, mentor, speaker, published author, professional accountant and has devoted his free time to serving others. Arora is the recipient of multiple local, national and global awards and he “continues to wake up hungry and humble each day” Arora said.
Arora is the Founder of Think Human. This dynamic organization revolves around global conversations designed to target respect, dignity, compassion, empathy through grass roots action and education. Arora is also the current Chairman of the Board for the local United Food Bank.
United Food Bank provides food assistance to residents of the East Valley and eastern Arizona. He has been involved with the organization since he has a passion for homelessness and the prevalent issue of hunger throughout the world.” Hunger is the silent tsunami that has no calendar, color or agenda” remarks Arora.
The coronavirus pandemic has contributed to an alarming number of individuals and families that continue to go hungry. According to the United Food Bank they have seen an increase in need during the pandemic. They dispense close to 25 million meals annually, through 200 partner agencies.
Satish Lakhotia Founder- President of Alliance Clubs International said, “Raveen was honored with the 18th Mother Teresa International Service Award in 2018. Alliance International is honoring him in this December with the Global Citizen Peace Award for his work last 18 years on drug and crime ravaged Apache Blvd, Tempe, AZ. His empathy, kindness, compassion and respect have made the area crime free, drug free and incident free. His summer hydration project started in 2003 has now mushroomed into a full-blown county wide program that saves lives during the brutally hot summer months.” Alliance International is a global service organization that serves 25,000 members in 40 countries.
As a fellow Rotarian, I am acutely aware of Mr. Arora’s unwavering commitment to help those around the world overcome struggles with hunger and starvation. Mr. Arora often refers to hunger as our world’s “silent Tsunami,” and helping our fellow citizens overcome food deficiencies has been his life’s focus and passion,” commented Bret McKeand, Rotary District 5495 Governor.
“The need for international unity, organizational leadership within communities will prove vital in acquiring financial resources to help end the war on hunger. More than ever in history, the need to build stronger alliances is crucial and Raveen Arora is that human “bridge”. We look for him to win this prestigious award, noted Laurel Pendle, President of LPBC Services.
Neal A. Lester, PhD Founding Director, ASU Project Humanities Foundation/Professor of English said, “as I continue to know Mr. Arora as a community beacon, I witness time and time again his generous spirit, his commitment to integrity and equity, and his deep commitment to servant leadership. Whether serving on community boards, delivering keynotes about compassionate leadership, or facilitating a discussion on success and collaboration, Mr. Arora is out and about doing the work of humanity as it connects with justice. He is disrupting the status quo.”
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