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If Not Now, Then When will we fight hunger?

With the need to fight hunger we connect fresh meals with those who need it the most every day to help realize their potential and protect them.  This has the highest potential to create an impact on the lives of children and help them stay healthy, learn and stay in schools and ensure they are not out of schools.

we are connecting freshly cooked meals with those who need it the most every day in a sustained, systematic process to fight hunger across, India.

we feed over 15,000 meals daily across India in Delhi NCR, Tamil Nadu, Chandigarh, Coimbatore, Assam, Jharkhand Mumbai, Pune and other cities across India to help children, destitute and old age homes.  

Why: We believe food is the foundation for healthy learning and lack of nutrition hinders the potential. We are feeding fresh meals daily to those who need it the most. We need your help now as individuals and companies to further strengthen the capabilities of those you help serve.

A Hungry Child cannot be educated and therefore the biggest impact created with your support is to help children access food and education for a secure future that will help them realize their potential.

What We connect freshly cooked meals to those that need it the most everyday.

What you can do Now: Donate directly at delhifoodbanking.org/donate or write to us about how you would like to volunteer to organize a food drive in your community or company at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or call us at                 85 85 995 995


Feeding Hope and Fighting Hunger in India to work towards the Sustainable Development Goal 2 for Zero Hunger, achieve food security, and improved nutrition and promote sustainable agriculture in India. 


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