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HOMEPAGE

India’s largest movement to end

Food waste and Hunger

#IamFeedingIndia

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wherever they are
whenever they want
to whoever they think is in need. Learn how to plan your food donation drive.

about our global stand towards Zero Hunger and food wastage. Share your food donation pictures with the world. Use the movement hashtags 
#BeAHungerHero
#zerohunger

or helping raise funds towards solving Hunger.
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that affect each and everyone of us. Learn more about the global goals

ABOUT THE EVENT

#BeAHungerHero is an effort to raise awareness and take action towards the cause of hunger and food wastage, in a world where more than 795 million people are hungry and 40% of all food produced annually is wasted.

EVERYONE CAN PARTICIPATE

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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. Please see resources below which will help you donate food no matter who you are. Each and Everyone can participate. No one is left behind.
To know more about how you can participate click here.

9 - 16 October, 2017

The event is organized by Feeding India, 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

 
 
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ONE WORLD FOR ZERO HUNGER

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7,500+

Hunger Heroes
rescuing food

50+

Cities

8,500,000+

Meals served

425,000,000+

Indian Rupees worth of food saved from going to waste

 

Contact

+91-9871178810

contact@feedingindia.org

New Delhi - 110048, India

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Feeding India
Feeding India is a not-for-profit social enterprise which aims to connect two major social problems today: Hunger and Food waste as solutions for each other. We tackle these by channelizing excess food from individuals, weddings, restaurants, corporate offices to the people who really need it and have no means or access food. Our belief is that we do not need to create new food to feed the less privileged, but to simply direct the extra food which is already created. We also tackle the problem at its roots, where we encourage people not to waste food at all.

Humble Beginnings
It all started when Ankit Kawatra, the founder of Feeding India attended a grand wedding where there were 10,000 people invited and 35+ cuisines. He wondered what would happen to so much food and decided to stay back. Ankit witnessed heaps of excess food being sent straight to the bin which could have fed 5000+ people just that night. At 22, he quit his well-paying job and a growing career at an MNC to do something which he felt is more important- making India a hunger and food-waste free nation. Ankit is one of those people who wants to create a difference in the world.

Our Heroes
The initiative is headed by a core team of working professionals who come from different backgrounds like consulting, marketing, e-commerce, etc. Starting with a team of 5 in August 2014, we now have a network of more than 7,500 volunteers in 45+ cities. Feeding India has served 8,500,000+ meals till date.

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