FEED EVERY CHILD
Donate towards providing reliable food and nutrition for underserved children across India.
In India, a lot of children don't reach their full human potential due to hunger and malnutrition. Through this program, we aimed to ensure that every child had access to proper food so they don't miss out on this basic necessity and grow to become healthy and independent individuals. We prioritised helping children in non - government low income schools and incentivised education through daily meals.
Throughout the COVID-19 pandemic, we were providing such children with ration kits with foodgrains, pulses and nutritional supplements required for their holistic development.
How were your donations used?
Each kit for ₹400 contained double fortified salt, fortified wheat/ragi flour, pulses and turmeric to meet every child's nutritional requirement for a month for 3 meals per day.
All donations were used to procure and distribute these meal kits to children going to non-government and slum schools, incentivising education.
We partnered with multiple local NGOs to ensure safe and hygienic distribution of these kits to the beneficiaries.
This was a 100% not for profit campaign, and we have disclosed the use of proceeds in a transparency report sent to all contributors to the campaign.
Donations made towards this initiative are non-refundable. Receipts will be shared over mail within 10 working days from the date of donation for all donations that include valid PAN details.
Hunger Heroes is registered u/s 12A of the Income Tax Act, 1961 vide registration number NO.CIT (E) I 2016-17/ DEL - HR25609 - 18112016 / 6748 bearing PAN AABAH2332J.
The above contribution is approved by the Commissioner of Income Tax ( exceptions ) u/s 80G (5)(vi) of the Income Tax Act, 1961 vide approval letter no. No. CIT (E) I 2016-17/ DEL – HE27249 -18112016/7817. Registered office: Hunger Heroes, T-19, Lower Ground Floor, Green Park Main, New Delhi-110016.
*The meal count will be updated regularly as more meals will continue to be served in 2021.