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Empower lives with your goodness this Navrathri


Navaratri is the most awaited festival of the year which is associated with nine days of celebration throughout India. Celebrated in the month of autumn, people worship the feminine Devi – Durga in this festival. The next day after Navaratri, the tenth day is called Dussehra or Vijayadashami. The value that parents teach their children during this festive season is that of good over evil – the victory of Goddess Durga over the demon Mahishasura and the victory of Lord Rama over Ravana.

Navaratri & Dussera celebrations across India
Across India, Navaratri is celebrated with lights, joy, dance, Garba, dandiya, fun and lots of food. However, this year, for the second consecutive year, we will be celebrating Navaratri and Dussehra amidst the fear of the pandemic. Yet, the spirit of this festive season remains strong. Joy comes not only from celebrating with dance and dandiya, it also comes with giving. Giving comes in various forms like donating money, clothes, medical supplies and food.

No matter what is celebrated – Pujo, Dandiya Raas, Navaratri, Ghatasthapana, Naada Habba or any other festival, the spirit of giving persists. The most common form of giving during this festival is food and meals. Many people choose to feed the needy adults while others choose to feed little children. Many NGOs open their doors to welcome generous people who want to make a difference in the lives of the have-not’s by donating to an NGO. Food is a necessity that most of the vulnerable sections of India struggle to get.

Akshaya Patra’s feeding service
To serve these vulnerable people, The Akshaya Patra Foundation – a trusted NGO in India strives continuously to provide them regular meals throughout the pandemic. What started in March 2020 as a service of cooked meals, has expanded to cater to the needs of marginalized families, homeless mothers, school children, pregnant women, etc.
Till 30th September 2021, 18,72,10,841 cumulative meals have been served and will continue till there are people in need of food.

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The above kits contain food items and other essentials that help families survive the tough times brought forth by the pandemic.
• Cooked meals save individuals suffering from short term, acute or chronic hunger
• Grocery Kits provided food essentials during the pandemic
• Happiness Kits are distributed to mid-day meal beneficiaries in the absence of school meals
• Family Happiness Kits provide food and other essentials to marginalized families
• Raksha Kits are provided as an incentive to help people get vaccinated
• Shakti Kits are distributed to nourish anaemic pregnant women.

Resuming of feeding children with the Mid-Day Meal Programme
As children have started resuming going to schools, Akshaya Patra has also resumed its service to provide mid-day meals to them. On a daily basis, freshly cooked meals are distributed to school children studying in Government and Government-aided schools. Great precaution and care is taken to ensure that meals are cooked in a safe and hygienic manner.

Inside the Akshaya Patra kitchens 
midday meal ngoLet your goodness triumph over hunger this Navratri
Hunger causes discomfort and is the evil force that people from vulnerable communities are fighting every single day with low income and loss of secure jobs. This Navaratri, let your generosity triumph over their hunger. Your contribution can help them celebrate this festival on a full stomach. Donate online and provide food security to add goodness to this special day of Navaratri.

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Impact of giving on Daan Utsav

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We all are unique beings and have a unique story to tell from different walks of life.

Some may share high spirited stories while others may talk about the troughs of their lives. Some fortunate people have so much in their lives that they can afford to share with the have-nots of the society.

Did you know? Daan Utsav was initially called the Joy of Giving week

People who want to be a part of this festival of philanthropic act, will perform little acts of giving to ensure that needy people get all the help and support they require. The Akshaya Patra Foundation is an NGO in India that has always been acknowledged for their feeding service. This NGO is registered as a not-for-profit organisation under the Indian Trusts Act, 1882. It also has the distinction of being the world’s largest NGO run school lunch programme, serving freshly cooked nutritious mid-day meals to school children every single day.

During the onset of the pandemic, Akshaya Patra changed its focus from feeding children to feeding every person in need. With various programmes, marginalised sections of the society comprising of carpenters, construction-site workers, daily-wage labourers, auto rickshaw drivers, ambulance drivers, grave diggers, aged people, orphans, patient caretakers, traffic police, etc. were benefitted.

Impact of donating to Akshaya Patra
With Akshaya Patra, you can not only feed the hungry, but you can serve mid-day meals to children going to Government and Government-aided schools. 92% of the funds collected for the programme will reach the beneficiaries and the rest of it will be used for the programme cost. Create an impact with Akshaya Patra by donating towards:

Cooked meals – Freshly cooked meals are served to every person who suffers without the basic necessities like full-plate of meals. With your contribution, every beneficiary receives either dal and rice, or khichadi/roti and subzi.

Happiness Kits – Provide Happiness Kits to children who are bereaved of mid-day meals due to school closures in the pandemic. These kits ensure nutrition, health, hygiene and education of school children who used to otherwise go to government and government-aided schools.

Family Happiness Kits – Support the sustenance of marginalised families who find it difficult to provide even a single square meal a day. Your online donations will provide such vulnerable people with food items that they can cook at home according to their capacity.

Raksha Kits – Akshaya Patra conducts incentivised vaccination drives to reduce vaccine hesitancy in people from vulnerable sections of society. People who attend this drive get educated about the vaccine, receive a grocery kit as an incentive to make up for their daily or hourly wage loss.

Shakti Kits – Malnourished pregnant women need extra care and nourishment to ensure that they have a safe delivery and a healthy baby. These kits provide nutritional supplements like iron, proteins, etc.

With over 1.8 million children and millions of vulnerable people benefitting from Akshaya Patra’s feeding programmes, you can feed the hungry and be a part of the initiatives this Daan Utsav. Help the have-not’s narrate high-spirited stories of your gooodwill.

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Extend your circle of celebration on Raksha Bandhan

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India is a country that has an abundance of festivals to celebrate. Being born in such a country, these occasions are what we look forward to and they are something that gets us all excited.

Raksha Bandhan is celebrated on the first full moon of the Hindu month – Sharavana, where the relationship between siblings is celebrated. This becomes a symbol of love, promise and protection. If we go back to what our mythology says, there is a story from the great epic – Mahabharata. Lord Krishna’s finger gets injured and starts bleeding. On seeing this, Draupadi tears her saree to bandage his wound. Krishna respected concern and affection hence was moved by this gesture. He felt bound by this sisterly act of love and compassion. In return for the favour, Krishna promised to repay this debt of gratitude with a promise that he would help and protect her from any harm. In this way, the saree becomes the sacred thread called ‘Rakhi’ and the promise of protection has carried forward.

Not only is Raksha Bandhan celebrated between brothers and sisters, but it is also celebrated among cousins, soul sisters, sworn sisters & brothers, etc. It is a day where we extend the celebrations beyond the four walls of our homes and blood relations. This is what The Akshaya Patra Foundation is doing this year. It is reaching out to people who are in need.

This Indian NGO – Akshaya Patra has taken to protect the lives of underprivileged people and deprived. Since the pandemic, the conditions of these communities have worsened. After the vaccine roll-out, these sections of society have been left out as they have no access to digital devices or know how to register for vaccination.

To augment India’s ‘Free Vaccination for All’ programme, incentivized vaccine drives are conducted by Akshaya Patra in association with a Hospital Partner and Vaccination Partner to help the vulnerable sections. These drives aim to reduce vaccine hesitancy and up vaccine intakes in low-income populations. In this drive, people get inoculated, receive snacks and a Raksha Kit that helps cook 21 meals.

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This Raksha Bandhan, provide Raksha Kits while you help the underprivileged get vaccinated. Donate online to Akshaya Patra to incentivize people to attend more such upcoming drives.

Let this Raksha Bandhan protect more people than just your blood relatives. Extend your wall of care and concern to include people in need.

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Independence Day journey during COVID Pandemic

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In emergencies that loomed our country, a pandemic of such a large scale had called upon emergency lockdowns, not once or twice, but many times with the hope that the number of active cases will decrease. The most celebrated and occasion that was looked forward to in 2020 was Independence Day. This day also saw a few limitations on the celebration front. Guidelines were given out to follow preventive measures while organising various programmes for this day. For the first time, military bands from the Indian tri-services performed to thank the COVID-19 frontline workers as a gesture of appreciation and gratitude.

This year we will be celebrating the 75th year of Indian Independence Day. And this time too we will be restricted with our celebrations though the vaccines have been rolled out. Though the virus hasn’t dampened our spirit of festivity, we have accepted the new norms to celebrate the patriotism in us. Giving or helping people in need, has become a part of our lives. We are helping each other in ways that we wouldn’t even have thought of. Akshaya Patra has gone beyond its normal routine of feeding children from challenging socio-economic backgrounds who study in Government and Government-aided schools.

Since the beginning of the COVID-19 pandemic, The Akshaya Patra Foundation has moved beyond serving mid-day meal beneficiaries; it started the COVID-19 relief feeding service to feed the needy populations of India. As a part of this programme, cooked meals and grocery kits were distributed to marginalised communities of India.

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As children were kept out of school and they did not have access to their daily source of nutritious meals – mid-day meals, they had started becoming visibly weaker. To continue serving these school children, this Indian NGO started the Happiness Kits Programme. With this initiative, the health, immunity, hygiene and education of children would be supported.

As the second wave of the pandemic hit the nation with full force, the hunger crisis also worsened. Akshaya Patra also decided to fight back hunger for the sake of people’s survival. It started distributing Family Happiness Kits to vulnerable families of four, to help them survive with healthy food for 15 days.

What’s inside the Family Happiness Kit?

happiness kitsSeveral people from different sections of society had started facing food shortages. Akshaya Patra decided to lend them a helping hand. Thus, it provided food assistance to Homeless mothers who were living without their husbands and artisan communities who had taken a bad hit in this testing time.

This Independence Day is not very different from what it was last year. The only difference maybe is that last year it was the pandemic that devastated the lives of the needy and this year it is a year of survival with the second wave.
Make this Independence Day, a special one in your life. 75 years ago, it was a struggle for freedom while today is a struggle for life. Donate online to Akshaya Patra to relieve the marginalised and vulnerable populations from this struggle for food.

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Honour Fathers on Father’s day

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The word father can have different ways of being addressed, Appa, Papa, Acchan, Papaji, Abba, Baba or call him anything else, he is always more than an epitome of strength, confidence, care and will to provide. Even without having asked what we want, we would have it with us and we knew this was our father’s way of expressing his love.

Is there a special day dedicated to all fathers? Yes, there is. Every third Sunday of June is celebrated as Father’s day in most countries around the world. However, in Europe and Latin America, fathers are honoured on 19 March, which is a traditional Catholic holiday.

What’s the history behind Father’s Day?
There are different stories revolving around the birth of Father’s day. Two popular ones are widespread.

Sonora Dodd and her five siblings were raised by a single parent – her father, in Washington’s Spokane. In 1910, on knowing that mother’s day will be celebrated, she felt that fathers need to be honoured too. With this thought in mind, she started a campaign for a day, dedicated to all fathers. In 1920, Spokane celebrated the first Father’s Day.

There is another story about Grace Golden Clayton from Fairmont, West Virginia. In 1907, a coal mining disaster occurred that killed 361 men. Out of the 361, 250 of them were fathers. Clayton suggested that a commemoration service should be held. She argued that children, mothers and wives of these men needed a day to remember and pay a tribute to them.

Whatever the reason was for the celebration of Father’s Day, it was a historical day that united all fathers. Many NGOs work and celebrate this special day to honour fathers across the world. One such organisation is The Akshaya Patra Foundation. In this hour of trying to get back to a normal stage of living, it helps fathers of India feed their children and families.

Here are few stories of fathers who have received Akshaya Patra’s food relief service during this pandemic.

Mohan Jadhav, Bhopal, Madhya Pradesh

covid relief serviceHe was handed over 2months’ salary before the lockdown as the factory he was working in, was getting shut. Since, the beginning of lockdown, the price of commodities shot up and this money was exhausted within days. His worry was, how will he go back home to his parents? His children would not be able to travel 300 km on an empty stomach. Akshaya Patra’s meals came to rescue him and his family out of this situation.

Ramprakash, Vrindavan, Uttar Pradesh

covid relief serviceHe is a tailor who stitches garments of deities like Lord Krishna and Radha for a temple. The pandemic brought with it, the closure of temples which left people like him with no money to buy food or stock up ration for the future. With no source of income, he and his wife had started thinking twice before spending a single rupee. He was worried he would have to put his four children to sleep on an empty stomach. But, Akshaya Patra came to rescue their hunger at the right time.

Chandan Bahera, Silvassa, Dadra & Nagar Haveli

covid relief serviceChandan had left his parents in Odisha to come and work in Silvassa. The pandemic jeopardized the security that his daily-wage job would give him. With limited resources, he had to take care of his wife, two children and his parents. He was worried that he will not be able to see his parents ever again. But thanks to Akshaya Patra’s food relief service, he and his family started getting freshly cooked meals. This helped to avoid his food expenses and helped him save enough to meet his parents.

Shyam Kushwah, Vrindavan, Uttar Pradesh

covid relief serviceShyam is a single parent from Vrindavan who worked as a labourer in a pipe manufacturing company. His two boys were always left at home while he would go to work. The guilt of not earning enough for the safety of his children had started to consume him. He had started getting disappointed in himself for letting his children sleep on an empty stomach almost every day. Relief set in when he heard that an NGO was providing free meals to people like him. Now he can save for a future emergency.

Many more fathers suffer from the guilt of not being able to provide enough for their families during this pandemic. Feed the needy people by supporting Akshaya Patra’s COVID Relief Service. Donate online to the organisation to provide cooked meals with ₹30 and Family Happiness Kits with ₹1200.

This father’s day, support fathers across India to secure the future of their family.

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Ways to make a difference on World Hunger Day

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It is for the second time in a row that World Hunger Day is not an ordinary day. There is much more we need to do as citizens of a country this year. After the COVID-19 pandemic threatened every section of the society, it also exposed the fragility of the agricultural sector that pushed millions of people to the brink of starvation. Food insecurity impacted many people as a result of the loss of jobs and forced them to go to bed hungry.

28th May is celebrated as World Food Day and was started by The Hunger Project in 2011. Now, there is more need to invest in the sustainable end of hunger than ever. Many NGOs work to improve food security, food waste, hunger and malnutrition as a part of their COVID relief service. The Akshaya Patra Foundation is a charity in India that is currently serving meals to the needy people of India. With great support from the Central Government, State Government and District authorities coupled with generous donations from various individuals and corporate donors, it began its COVID Relief Service on 25th March 2020 during the first lockdown and has never stopped its feeding service till date. To address immediate hunger in migrants, daily wagers, labourers and needy people of India, the Foundation served freshly cooked meals and distributed grocery kits that could equip a family with ration for almost a month.

How can you provide help during this COVID crisis?
Support Akshaya Patra in its feeding initiatives to help the needy people with the much-required meals during this pandemic.

• Donate online
Provide food assistance to marginalised sections of the society that is deeply affected by the pandemic. They may not fear the virus as much as they fear dying from hunger in this tough time. Feed meals to the needy people of India with Akshaya Patra. The NGO is currently serving rice, dal, khichdi/roti and subzi in 28 locations of India.
Apart from serving cooked meals, Akshaya Patra also provides grocery kits to needy families. Every grocery kit contains ration and vegetables that can help in the preparation of 42/28 meals depending on the location served. Ingredients in the grocery kits will vary in every state to cater to the local taste. Currently, Akshaya Patra distributes grocery kits in 32 locations of India.

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• Fundraising campaign to feed the needy people
Be a part of Akshaya Patra’s fundraising campaign to support its feeding initiatives. You can also start a fundraising campaign to show your support towards providing food in this crisis. All you have to do is:

Start a Campaign: Sign in or register and create an online fundraising campaign by filling in the required details.
Create Awareness: Once the campaign has been created, share the link on Facebook, Twitter and other social media channels and let your friends know.
Raise Funds: Tell your friends and family that they can support Akshaya Patra by contributing to your purposeful campaign.
Make an Impact: Know that all the funds raised through your campaign will be utilised to provide nutritious meals every day!

• Create awareness on Social Media
Be a social media supporter of Akshaya Patra. Follow and like the NGO on various social media platforms and comment or share on the updates of the organisation. Be aware of what is happening in the charity and what are its new initiatives.

This World Hunger Day, make your presence felt, support Akshaya Patra to eliminate hunger in the lower strata of the society. Use your generosity to bring about a positive change in the lives of needy people by supporting the COVID-19 Relief Service.

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Join Akshaya Patra to feed the needy on this Akshaya Tritiya

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Akshaya Tritiya is a festival of joy and prosperity. Also called ‘Akha Teej’, it is celebrated on the third lunar day of the Vaishakha month (April – May) and this year it will be celebrated on the 14th of May. This day is considered to be highly auspicious and sacred. There is no necessity to look for an auspicious time if one wants to perform a special event like a Pooja, wedding, housewarming, etc. as the whole day is auspicious.

A few beliefs about Akshaya Tritiya
• It is an annual springtime festival of Hindus and Jains alike
• The sixth incarnation of Lord Vishnu, Lord Parashurama was born on this day
• This day marks the birth of Goddess Annapoorna

It is a belief that a new venture begun on this day brings prosperity. Whether you start a new business, a new practice or a new activity, it is believed to bear fruitful results. There is a frenzy in people to buy gold during this season, with the belief that they will get unending prosperity. In this crisis hour, when jewellery stores and other shops are closed, many of us don’t know what to do. We fail to realise that we can still get unending prosperity by following our age-old tradition of performing an act of charity. Doing charity, in India is considered to be the highest form of service, out of which Annadaan is considered to be Mahadaan. You can visit organisations or NGOs that help the people in need or make online donations, it is still believed as a service.

The Akshaya Patra Foundation is one such NGO you can choose to donate to in this crisis hour. With its COVID-19 relief Service, it provides freshly-cooked meals, grocery kits to marginalised communities and happiness kits to children studying in Government and Government-aided schools. Since the first wave of the pandemic, the organisation has continuously worked to feed the needy people by supporting the Government of India. So far, over 12-crore meals have been served, cumulatively.

Inherit good deeds on Akshaya Tritiya by making Anna Daan with Akshaya Patra by supporting the distribution of meals during the tough times of the pandemic. Support the needy people hailing from challenging socio-economic backgrounds. Help them survive this pandemic with your donation and gain their blessings for feeding them healthy meals in return.

Donate online to feed the marginalised sections of the society this Akshaya Tritiya and get a year full of prosperity.

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Celebrate the values of motherhood this Mother’s Day!

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With mothers around us, every day is a gift. We have everything at our service, be it food, coffee, snacks, clean room, organised cupboards or anything under the sun; all thanks to our mother figure. When we don’t find something, the first thing that comes to our head is “Mom! Where is my…….?” and for all you know, she will be standing with it in her hand.

A mother is a replica of sacrifice and selflessness. A day dedicated to all the mothers, motherhood and maternal influences, was needed. In 1914, the second Sunday of May was dedicated to celebrating Mother’s Day.

How can you celebrate Mother’s Day in the pandemic?
This year, Mother’s Day celebrations are going to be a tad bit different just like the last year. We all have to sit in the safe zone of our houses and yet make this day special for the beautiful woman, we call ‘Mother’.

Give her flowers
Flowers are one of the best creations of nature that can bring a smile to everyone’s face. A bouquet or a single flower can brighten up the day of your mother or your wife or any other person who plays the role of a mother in life.

Give her a day off from the kitchen
Having a mother by your side is a feel-good factor in itself. She silently works hard in the kitchen just to ensure that you eat healthy and yummy food. On this 9th May 2021, give your mother a day off from the monotonous routine of cooking. Take care of the kitchen chores by beginning with breakfast, lunch, tea, snacks and dinner, for just one day and you will want to help her more every other day.

Give her a special gift by practicing her values
A mother is Pandora’s box of values and virtues. It is time you show her that you have learnt all her teachings well. Donate in her honour on this special day with Akshaya Patra. Show her that you care for your fellow beings who are in need in this tough time of the pandemic.

Akshaya Patra’s COVID-19 Relief Service
Akshaya Patra is currently providing freshly cooked meals to needy people and grocery kits to support the survival of marginalised families. Apart from this, the Foundation also supports the food and education of its mid-day meal beneficiaries by distributing happiness kits. As of 30th April 2020, the NGO has served a cumulative of 12.40-crores and will continue its feeding service as long as people require it.

Make Akshaya Patra a part of your Mother’s Day celebrations by making online donations from the safety of your homes so that nobody has to suffer from a hunger crisis. Show her that you have learnt well from her by donating in your mother’s name.

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Make Digital celebrations a part of this Ugadi 2021


Call it Ugadi, Gudi Padwa, Yugadi, Thapna, Sajibu Nongma Panba, Cheti Chand or any other name you want, but the essence of this day remains the same. It is the day celebrated as New Year in different communities. Every one of us welcomes this 2021 on a positive note, hoping for good health, wealth, prosperity and safety.

This year is all about doing things differently. How can we celebrate this Ugadi in a slightly different manner?

Go online shopping
A new festival is all about shopping for new clothes. Bright coloured clothes are a part of each house on every Ugadi. Young parents gift their children, and older children gift clothes to their parents. Since going out shopping for the whole family is risky at this stage, shop online as many e-commerce platforms offer festive discounts.

Prepare delicacies
Festive treats are a part of every celebration. As children, do you remember slyly going into the kitchen to grab the sweets your mom prepared? Enjoy making the same dishes and eating them with your family.

Offer your prayers
Commence this New Year by seeking the blessings of God. Pray for the health and safety of your family and everybody else on this planet. Worshipping God gives you inner peace and calms your mind, body and soul.

Virtually meet your friends & family
Visiting friends and relatives was a regular part of the celebrations. However, this year, you have to be more careful and responsible. The whole world is going digital, then why not make digital media a part of your celebrations? Dress up, get ready, put on your new clothes, call up your elders and relatives to take their blessings.

Make gifting a part of your celebrations
A festival is incomplete without gifting. Gift special items to your family members. But, many people do not have the comfort of life as we all do. People struggle without food and children without food and education. So, as a change this year, why not donate to an NGO to feed the needy people?

The Akshaya Patra Foundation is a non-profit organisation that implements the Mid-Day Meal Programme in 52 locations spread across 12 states and 2 union territories of India. By providing unlimited food for education to school children studying in Government and Government-aided schools, it aims to mitigate classroom hunger.

Why should you donate to Akshaya Patra on this Ugadi?
Giving is a part of the festive season. Donate to Akshaya Patra to make a difference for children and society on the whole.
• Your donation of ₹1100 takes care of their nutritional requirements for one full academic year
• Your contribution helps in eliminating classroom hunger and helps children to concentrate better in class
• When your support helps children by improving their ability to focus, you are upholding their education too
• Mid-day meals are an incentive for children to come to school every day, thereby increasing their attendance rate and school retention rate
• As children come to school daily for their share of school meals, they have a lesser tendency to stop coming to school. This helps in reducing school dropout rates.

With your one donation, you can make a world of a difference to the future of the nation. Go digital in your celebrations this Ugadi. Support children’s food, dreams and education with Akshaya Patra.

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Make a Promise to donate on this World Health Day

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The whole world is an uncertain place today and we have switched to finding good in this world. On looking at a fragile healthcare system, we look for some sort of security. We fail to realise that the security lies in our health. World Health Day is soon approaching on 7th April and we are fortunate to be full of good health today despite various wars waged against us in the form of diseases.

However, lesser fortunate people living all over the world and in India, are gripped by various diseases. The major contributing factor to these diseases is low immunity.

As stated in The Economic Times, a study by GOQii – The India Fit Report 2020, found that 20.8% of Indians had low immunity levels.

On this World Health Day, let us stick to the theme of Building a fairer, healthier world and take care of the health of people around us. The section of people who are at a greater risk of getting various diseases, sicknesses, infections and fatal illnesses, is the marginalised community.

The Akshaya Patra Foundation took care of their health by providing them with meals during the pandemic in 2020. A cumulative of 11-crore meals had been served in the form of cooked meals, grocery kits and happiness kits. However, this year, the charity in India resumed its core service of implementing the Mid-Day Meal Programme to feed school children studying in Government and Government-aided schools of India.

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Benefits of donating on World Health Day
Providing healthy meals to children on this day can:
• Take care of their nutritional status
• Provide unlimited school meals for one full academic year
• Increase their interest to come to school, thereby increasing school attendance rate and reducing the dropout rates
• Improving their focusing capacity and attention span in the classroom
• Support their education as well.

Gift the everlasting gift of nutrition to children. A healthy childhood, healthy food and healthy life is the right of each child.
Wait no further!
Donate to feed a child with Akshaya Patra’s nutritious meals today!

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