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About Zomato Feeding India

Zomato Feeding India has a network of 24,500+ volunteers present across 100+ cities in India, and has served 32+ million (3.2+ Crore) meals to people in need. Our beneficiaries include and are not limited to - children, women, the elderly, specially-abled and migrant labourers.


Through our five key programs and with the help of our volunteers - our Hunger Heroes, we redistribute surplus healthy meals to those who don’t have adequate or regular access to it.

THE INDIA STORY

Hunger kills more people than

AIDS, Malaria, Tuberculosis combined

2nd largest producer of

food in the world

Food worth $14 Billion lost

and wasted every year

195 Million+ malnourished

people

Lack of conducive

food donation policy

Fighting hunger in

100+ CITIES

With the information we had, the research we did, and post conversations with experts across various segments of food tech and logistics, we formulated the 5 key programs we would focus on. Each program solves for one or more of the challenges outlined above.

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Innovative vans hygienically collecting surplus cooked food from various sources

Smart solution to ensure that no one in the community ever sleeps hungry

Volunteer program empowering individuals to fight hunger and food wastage within their community

Intervention to provide early nutrition as an incentive for education

Early responders with food along with other necessary relief material to disaster hit victims.

Some of our Key Partners

Awards and Recognitions

Karamveer Chakra

Oct, 2017 - Karamveer Chakra - Ankit Kawatra, Founder - Feeding India, received the Karamveer Chakra for his selfless service to his country.

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Registered as Hunger Heroes. 

Under Indian Society Registration Act XXI, 1860

All donations are tax-exempted as eligible under section 80G of the Income Tax Act, 1961.