Here’s how your CSR Funding can contribute towards ‘Zero Hunger’ and ‘Zero Food Wastage’ and also help in establishing sustained feeding programs for children for 1 full year.
Project by: Feeding India
Funding Required: INR 35,00,000
Here’s what the folks at Feeding India have to say about this Project:
No matter.. WHO you are… WHERE you live… WHAT you do… You can take ACTION against hunger and be a part of a global movement towards Zero Hunger!
The aim of this fundraiser:
Serve 1 million meals in 10 days.
Establish sustained feeding programs for children for 1 full year
Why #BeAHungerHero movement is important?
The number of children being affected by Hunger is over 66 million, which has continued to hamper their physical and mental growth, keeping them away from basic education and health. The United Nations has identified ‘Zero Hunger’ as Goal No. 2 among the 17 Sustainable Development Goals to be achieved by 2030. In the words of Ban Ki-Moon (UN Secretary-General) – “Achieving Zero Hunger is our shared commitment”.
#BeAHungerHero is a global movement organized by Feeding India, a not-for-profit aimed at achieving Zero Hunger.
Ankit Kawatra, founder of Feeding India was selected as 1 of 17 Young Leaders for Sustainable Development Goals supported by the United Nations.
How YOU can participate?
Each And Everyone Can Participate. Let’s Leave No One.
People from all countries around the world, irrespective of their age, religion, gender, caste, etc. are invited to participate by donating food to people in need wherever they are, whenever they want (during the event dates) to whoever they feel is in need.
If you cannot physically come to our donation centers to contribute, you can contribute online and we will donate a meal on your behalf!
How Will Your Contribution be Used?
Cost per meal: Feeding India serves one meal for Rs. 7
Cost for 1 million meals: Rs. 70,00,000
We will be trying to donate half a million through our partners, we need your-help with the other half
Cost to feed a child for 1 year: Rs. 5110
About Feeding India:
Feeding India is a not for profit continuing a tradition started in 1979, where people honor the fundamental right of ‘access to food’, celebrating the days around World Food Day together. The event is also Feeding India’s commitment towards the UN Sustainable Development Goals. Recently, Ankit Kawatra founder of Feeding India was selected as 1 of 17 Young Leaders for Sustainable Development Goals supported by the United Nations.
All your contributions are tax exempt under 80G!
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