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Products for Life, Companies for Life, Organizations for Life

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Summary. This page offers a listing to products, companies, and organizations that use the word “Life” or the phrase “for Life” in their name.

  • Driving Skills for Life – “Vehicle crashes are the No. 1 killer of teenagers in America. Nearly 6,000 teens die annually in such accidents, according to the most recent data from the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration. Because of inexperience, many teens lack the skills and knowledge required to be safe drivers. Statistics demonstrate that teen involvement in crashes declines considerably as young drivers gain experience. Driving Skills for Life (DSFL) was established in 2003 by Ford Motor Company Fund, the Governors Highway Safety Association, and a panel of safety experts to teach newly licensed teens the necessary skills for safe driving beyond what they learn in standard driver education programs. DSFL helps young drivers improve their skills in four key areas that are critical factors in more than 60% of vehicle crashes.”
  • Food for Life.com – “Food for Life has been serving high quality sprouted grain bread and all-natural baked goods for over 40 years. Food for Life Baking Company is a family-owned and operated specialty bakery with a passionate commitment to natural foods. Food for Life originated in Glendale, California, in the back of a small neighborhood natural foods store known as Foods For Life Natural Foods. An early claim-to-fame was the development of the first sprouted grain breads on the market with The Live Grain Difference! As with any good product, word spread quickly, and Food for Life quickly developed a loyal following. In the early days, customers would drive from many miles away to experience the unique flavor and nutritionally-superior qualities of the Original 100% flourless 7-Sprouted Grains bread. To meet growing demand Food for Life embarked on an ambitious phase of growth, becoming the first wholesale bakery in the United States specializing in natural foods.” Manufacturers of Ezekiel 4:9 products.
  • Food For Life Global – “The distribution of sanctified vegetarian meals has been and will continue to be an essential part of India’s Vedic culture of hospitality from which Food for Life was born. Since its inception in the early 70’s, Food for Life has tried to liberally distribute pure vegetarian meals (prasadam) throughout the world with the aim of creating peace and prosperity. The Food for Life Global office, directed by Paul Turner, facilitates the expansion, co-ordination and promotion of prasadam distribution throughout the world.” 
  • Frugal for Life – “Frugal for Life was started on December 19, 2004 by me, Dawn. You can find out more about myself in a few posts I have written, but I originally started this site to keep track of all the good tips and websites I came across as I led a ‘life on less’. To summarize I had to live a frugal life when I got out on my own and didn’t do a well enough job controlling my expenses, that eventually led to filing bankruptcy because it got out of control. It was even bad enough that I was borrowing money from payday loans and pawning off goods; so I understand the hole and depression that can come from those types of loans and debt. What finally woke me up was reading the “Complete Tightwad Gazette” from cover to cover and realizing that not only did I remember what my parents taught me, but that it was not too late and I could start right now getting myself back on track with proper habits. It’s not always an easy road, there are times I don’t always follow my own advice when I should, but that is why I named the site Frugal for LIFE. This is an ongoing endeavor and one that I enjoy and wanted to share with whoever would read it.”
  • Home for Life – “Home For Life® is a new kind of animal shelter, the long-term animal sanctuary. We provide life-time care for the special needs animal, the cat or dog that, while still able to lead a quality life, is unable to find a home due to age, chronic treatable disorder, handicap or similar reason. Once an animal comes to us, it truly has a home for life.”
  • Nēstlē Pure Life – “Every drop of water in every bottle of Nestlé® Pure Life® Purified Water goes through a multi-step process of filtration that involves reverse osmosis and/or distillation. We then enhance the water with a unique blend of minerals for great taste. You get the pure, refreshing taste of Nestlé Pure Life. And the world gets [30%] less plastic. True to the environment and true to how you live your life.”
  • Relay for Life – “Relay For Life is the American Cancer Society’s signature activity. It offers everyone in a community an opportunity to participate in the fight against cancer. Teams of people camp out at a local high school, park, or fairground and take turns walking or running around a track or path. Each team is asked to have a representative on the track at all times during the event. Relays are an overnight event, up to 24 hours in length. Teams of people from all walks of life have fun while raising much-needed funds to fight cancer and raise awareness of cancer prevention and treatment.”
  • SoBe Life Water – “SoBe Life Water is a unique enhanced water beverage that not only gives you a high level of vitamins and antioxidants, but is also infused with natural herbs and is low in calories without using artificial sweeteners. With unique flavor combinations, Life Water is naturally refreshing and thrilling!”
  • Taste for Life – “Tasteforlife.com uses the latest research and insights from recognized experts and delivers the latest up-to-date product reviews, health and nutrition information, recipes, natural body care, fitness advice, eco-conscious blogs, and more. Tasteforlife.com is the complementary website to Taste for Life Magazine, the most widely read, purchased, and respected in-store consumer publication in the natural products channel.”
  • Trees for Life – “Trees for Life International’s work started in the early 1980s with the planting of fruit trees in India. The emphasis was on creating awareness, training people to plant and take care of trees, and providing them with the resources needed to accomplish their tasks. Each recipient made a pledge to help at least two others in the same manner in which they had been helped. The program grew rapidly in India and spread to Guatemala, Cambodia, Nepal, Costa Rica, Haiti, Indonesia, Brazil, Mexico, Ethiopia, Nicaragua and El Salvador. As a result, tens of millions of fruit trees have been planted. But far more important than the number of trees planted is the fact that tree planting inspires many people to do more to help themselves. They have started projects on bee-keeping, fuel-efficient stoves, improvement of their soils, water conservation, scientific improvement of plant breeding materials, self-help loans, improvement of medical facilities, improvement of educational facilities and other socially responsible activities.” [more…]
  • Veg for Life – “Every day, more and more people are going vegetarian. The Veg for Life website is a comprehensive information and networking site, filled with hundreds of resources, recipes and tips to help you on your veg journey.”
  • Water for Life – “Water is essential for life. Yet many millions of people around the world face water shortages. Many millions of children die every year from water-borne diseases. And drought regularly afflicts some of the world’s poorest countries. The world needs to respond much better. We need to increase water efficiency, especially in agriculture. We need to free women and girls from the daily chore of hauling water, often over great distances. We must involve them in decision-making on water management. We need to make sanitation a priority. This is where progress is lagging most. And we must show that water resources need not be a source of conflict. Instead, they can be a catalyst for cooperation. Significant gains have been made. But a major effort is still required. That is why this year marks the beginning of the “Water for Life” Decade. Our goal is to meet the internationally agreed targets for water and sanitation by 2015, and to build the foundation for further progress in the years beyond. This is an urgent matter of human development, and human dignity. Together, we can provide safe, clean water to all the world’s people. The world’s water resources are our lifeline for survival, and for sustainable development in the 21st century. Together, we must manage them better.” – Kofi A. Annan
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By Greg Johnson

Greg Johnson is a freelance writer and tech consultant in Iowa City. He is also the founder and Director of the ResourcesForLife.com website. Learn more at AboutGregJohnson.com