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Why do some people beg, while some don't?


Why are some kids dressed in uniforms while some in tathered clothes?


Why do some people die becuase they don't get enough food to eat?


Why are some lives spent tirelessly under the burden of ensuring the next meal for the family?

Why is a country growing so fast not able to ensure food for all?

Why 'oh why' do 1.3 million Indian children die of malnutrtion every year?

And, while knowing this why does everyone seem to do nothing and simply watch?

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Opportunities for School Students:


  • Spread the Word: Educate and spread awareness about Hunger and Food Waste among your school mates, teachers and even parents.

  • Participate in Events and Campaigns: Represent your school by becoming a part of our Events and Campaigns

  • Organize Awareness Drives: Conduct an awareness drive in your school, wherein you can highlight the importance of the cause and making people pledge towards a Hunger Free India.

  • Conduct Food Donation Drives: Organize a food donation drives involving your school mates and teachers and donate food to the needy

  • Conduct a Seminar/Invite a speaker: You can even conduct a Seminar in your school, drawing the attention of people towards this cause.

  • You can also invite Feeding India Hunger Heroes  to speak on the cause by sharing their on-ground experiences.

Start your own School Chapter:
Initiate a Feeding India Chapter in your school - show you care for the cause, organize activities, lead a team, make an impact and help solve Hunger together.  The Feeding India Team helps you set up the school chapter and works with you throughout.  If you want to find out more, please email us here contact@feedingindia.org

 
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