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Mother’s Day Celebration with Akshaya Patra

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Mother’s Day is just around the corner. Honour your mother by nourishing and nurturing children studying in Government and Government-aided schools. Donate to The Akshaya Patra Foundation to give them meals packed with nutrition. These meals help children grow physically, mentally and emotionally to become sentient being like you.

This World Mother’s Day, let us uphold the virtues of motherhood by being caring, loving, and kind towards children for whom a plate full of food opens up the gates to school and to a world of hope and opportunities. On this Mother’s Day, be as generous as your mother; donate wholesome and healthy meals to children who study in Government and Government-aided schools. Feed a child as a mark of honour to your mother.

The Akshaya Patra Foundation is recognised as the world’s largest NGO-run Midday Meal Programme. On a daily basis, it feeds 18,00,907 children hailing from challenging backgrounds. It serves meals in 19,039 schools spread across 52 locations in 12 States and 2 Union Territories. The school meals served to children are prepared and served with great care and affection like how mothers would serve meals to their children.

What is so special about the school meals prepared by Akshaya Patra?
The school meals prepared by The Akshaya Patra Foundation takes care of the nutritional requirement of children by following the guidelines provided by the Central Mid-Day Meal Scheme With Akshaya Patra’s meals, the beneficiary children get the right amount of calories, proteins, carbohydrates and vitamins. Akshaya Patra’s cyclical menu ensure that children get the adequate amount of nourishment from their meals and its locally palatable meals make sure that children enjoy the local cuisines. For example, rice is served in the southern regions of India and roti and puris are served in North India.

What goes into Akshaya Patra’s meals?
No matter in which state meals are served, whether it is Gujarat, Karnataka or Odisha, the ingredients used in preparing meals help in boosting health and development of children.

Whole wheat being the healthier ingredient compared to refined flour like maida is used in preparing rotis. This amplifies energy levels of children and enables them to actively participate in classroom learning, sports and co-curricular activities.

Lentils like dal are packed with massive amounts of proteins that boost their development.

Green leafy vegetables are the best source of fibre, minerals like iron and calcium, and vitamins like Vitamin A, Vitamin C and Vitamin K.

Vegetables like carrots, beans, pumpkin, cabbage, radish, potato are used in preparations of school meals every day in different locations to enrich children with the right amount of carbohydrates, fats, minerals, Vitamins – A, B, C, D, K, etc.

The combinations of vegetables along with rice or roti put together make up for a wholesome meal, just like the way mothers would serve it to their children.

This Mother’s Day, honour your mother by taking up the onus to feed children and giving them a year full of happiness.

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Significance of Akshaya Tritiya

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This Akshaya Tritiya, do something for the needy and let the pot of unlimited goodness and generosity work in your favour. Donate towards The Akshaya Patra Foundation and help in the feeding of 1.8 million children every single day. Your contribution of ₹1100 can feed a child for an entire academic year where they can concentrate in class rather than being distracted because of a hungry stomach. Every single rupee is utilised towards the Mid-Day Meal Scheme and is tax exempted.

Akshaya Tritiya is considered to be very auspicious for Hindus and Jains alike in India and Nepal. According to the Hindu calendar, it falls on the third lunar day of Vaishaka month and signifies ‘third day of unending prosperity.’ In Sanskrit, ‘A’ means not and ‘kshaya’ ending or erode, ‘Akshaya’ means never ending, unlimited or something that will never diminish.

Akshaya Tritiya is generally celebrated these days by buying gold as it is a sign of prosperity and by offering Pooja to Goddess Lakshmi, who is the bestowal of wealth. This day holds many religious significances:

• It is believed to be the day Lord Parashurama (one of the ten Dashavataras of Lord Vishnu) was born.
• It is the first day of Treta Yuga that begins after Satya Yuga.
• On this day, after many years, Sudama visited his long-lost childhood friend, Lord Krishna. Sudama was suffering  from great poverty, instead of coming bare-handed, he offered the simplest form of food, Aval or puffed rice packed by his wife to Lord Krishna, who in turn blessed him with plenty of wealth and happiness.
• It is the day that the great sage, Veda Vyasa started writing the Mahabharata.
• This auspicious day is also celebrated as the day when Holy Ganges descended upon the Earth.
• The annual Rath Yatra in Puri Jagannath begins on this day.
• Akshaya Tritiya is the day when the Pandavas received the gift of ‘Akshaya Patra’- the inexhaustible vessel of food, during their period of exile.

Like how the Pandavas needed food for their journey, there are millions of children in India who need food to help them walk on the path that leads towards achieving their dreams and goals. Understanding this need of children, The Akshaya Patra Foundation began its journey of feeding ‘unlimited food for education’ by implementing Indian Government’s Mid-Day Meal Scheme.

As on today, Akshaya Patra reaches:midday meal programmeIn Hinduism, it is believed that the whole day of Akshaya Tritya is auspicious and no special mahuratham is needed to perform any auspicious work. This day is regarded as Sarve Siddha mahuratham. It is a great belief that making charity donations, feeding the needy and sponsoring education of children who are in need, relieves you from trouble and helps you walk on the path of prosperity and happiness. If the whole day is auspicious, then what better way than celebrating it in the right manner that it is meant to be known for? Annadanam on this day brings great benefits to the donors.

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Donate online towards The Akshaya Patra Foundation on this Akshaya Tritiya which helps in feeding wholesome school meals for children studying in Government schools and Government-aided schools. It aims to feed 5 million children by 2025 with the Mid-Day Meal Programme, all across India. Every donation ensures that a child’s future is secure and that makes them capable of achieving what they dream of becoming.

Help little children embark on the voyage to achieve their dreams.
Donate towards school meals of children & help them begin their journey.

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Pledge your donation on World Health Day

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7th April of every year is celebrated as World Health Day to ensure good health of everybody around the world. Many NGOs work for the betterment of people and children living in challenging socio-economic conditions. Donations made towards The Akshaya Patra Foundation provides healthy and wholesome mid-day meals to children on all school days along with making you eligible for tax deduction.

Flashback to a few years before the year 1948
The whole world was concerned about vector-borne diseases spreading in large numbers. More than half the world’s population was at the risk of diseases like malaria, dengue, yellow fever that continued to impact the world’s poor population. In the year 1948, The World Health Organization (WHO) was formed.

Year: 1950; Geneva
A World Health Assembly was held for the first time in the history of mankind with 61 Nations who had agreed to sign the charter of WHO. The assembly decided that 7th April would be celebrated as World Health Day to commemorate the date in which the WHO constitution had officially come into force in 1948.

Back to 2020
Today, we may not have many fatalities due to vector-borne disease, they are under check since today’s generation is a little more conscious and aware about the importance of maintaining cleanliness, hygiene and health.Thanks to many NGOs in India and around the world that constantly work in either educating people, providing facilities to maintain hygiene or to provide meals that helps them stay healthy.

The Akshaya Patra Foundation is one such non-profit organisation that works towards the cause ‘Food for Education’ of children who study in Government and Government-aided schools. It started feeding children in the year 2000 and has been relentlessly serving healthy mid-day meals by implementing the Mid-Day Meal Programme.Akshaya Patra reachOn this World Health Day celebrated on 7th April 2020, let us pledge to donate to NGO’s like Akshaya Patra that works towards improving overall health of children who hail from socio-economically challenging backgrounds.

Benefits of your donation towards Akshaya Patra
Your contribution of ₹1100 ensures that a child is served with healthy and nutritious meals for an entire academic year. The benefits of making contributions towards Akshaya Patra are:
• Help in physical and cognitive development of children.
• Increase in number of children attending school.
• Helps in reducing the school drop-out rates.
• Improves nutritional levels in children consuming mid-day meals.
• Helps children in graduating from school and step towards their dreams.
• A sense of joy and satisfaction for having contributed towards the betterment of children
• Makes you eligible to receive tax deductions and your tax exempted deductions provide wholesome meals like roti, dal, rice, sambar and sabji and much more to school children.

Your donations significantly turn around lives of children for the better. So, on this World Health Day, how many lives will you change?

Support generously towards enhancing lives of children!

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Invigorate your Patriotism with Akshaya Patra on this Republic Day

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Republic Day is celebrated with the same enthusiasm in different states and cities across India. Patriotism gleams on our faces when we hear National Anthem or National Songs played on the loudspeakers of our colonies or schools. Let us join hands to improve the situation of our future generation by feeding them with healthy and nutritious meals.

Hoisting of the Indian Flag stirs patriotism within every individual who stands and salutes at the flag unfurling. The slogan ‘Bharath Maata Ki Jai!’ reverberates in the air reminding us all that we are one united Nation! No matter what divides us as individuals, be it caste, creed, sect or religion, there is one thing that binds us together; and that is our Unity!

Remember the days in school when you would have cultural activities and had to participate in the school march past when there was a flag hoisting ceremony? Remember singing Vande Maataram with great zeal and enthusiasm? During those tender stages of our lives, we were taught important values of life – the strength of Unity and Humanity.

Unity makes us one single entity. As human beings it is deep engraved in our blood and veins to help our kind. Though the times have changed with the coming of the new era, humanity is still alive in each and every one of us. It is just a matter of stirring that part of our conscience.

Paint your life with UNITY with Akshaya Patra
The Akshaya Patra Foundation is an NGO in India that brings people together as one single unit for the cause of ‘food for education’. It started functioning in the year 2000 and has grown exponentially in the past 19 years. It works with the motto that ‘no child shall be deprived of education because of hunger’. This Republic Day, join hands with Akshaya Patra and step up in support of children of the nation.

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What is Akshaya Patra?
The Akshaya Patra Foundation is registered as a not-for-profit organisation under the Indian Trusts Act, 1882. It feeds 18,02,517 school mid-day meals to children on a daily basis. Since the time of inception of this Foundation, with the efforts of people who want to stand up as one unit for a cause that the NGO has been working continuously towards, it has spread itself across 51 locations in 12 States and 2 Union Territories.

There are thousands and millions of school children who are seeking out help on this Republic Day. Smiles on their faces know no bounds when you donate for their mid-day meals. Make this remarkable day, a significant one in your and children’s lives. You can be the reason for their enthusiasm to come back to schools every single day. Sponsor a child’s meal and contribute towards the growth of our country – they are our future generation!

Feed school meals to 1.8 million children!

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Celebrate Makar Sankranti with Akshaya Patra!

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Relive the days of your childhood. During this season, recollect the beautiful rangolis that would decorate the entrance of our homes; remember competing with your friends in the neighbourhood, to check whose kites flew higher in the sky? The whiff of mixed smells of sweet, sour and snacks would leave us drooling for the feast.

During the times of our ancestors, farmers tilled their land, sowed seeds, watered the plants and then harvested the fully-grown crops. This would provide a great amount of yield and some quantity of the fresh yield would be used to cook meals at farmers’ homes. It was the harvest of a new season, which meant the beginning of New Year! This also was the time of joy and celebration!

Makar Sankranti is celebrated across different states of India and is known by various names – Suggi, Pongal, Magha Saaji, Lohri, Uttarayan, Magh Bihu and many more.

midday meal ngoLet us celebrate this season by sharing our happiness with children who come from challenging backgrounds. The age-old tradition of giving is still prevalent across all parts of India. So, this season, carry the tradition forward. Expand the warmth of this season to children who need it. Donate, because tiny hearts should eat nutritious food to grow.

How can you make a difference?
Celebrate this Makar Sankranti with 1.8 million beneficiaries of The Akshaya Patra Foundation. This NGO in India feeds children with mid-day meals on all school days of the year thereby progressing towards its vision “No child shall be deprived of education because of hunger”.

Akshaya Patra has concentrated all its efforts into providing mid-day meals to school children on every day of school. It aims at providing wholesome and healthy food so that school children get the right amount of nutrition required for their overall development. As of today, it is present across 12 States and 2 Union Territories of India. It has 51 kitchens that serve freshly cooked, locally palatable wholesome meals to 1.8 million children.

Akshaya Patra is a registered NGO, so all your generous contributions towards school meals of children qualify as tax deductible donations under Section 80G of the Income Tax Act.

Let this harvest season bring in joy to children’s lives like the way kites brought joys into ours.

May this year’s harvest be served on the plates of children!
Soar above the rest with your donations!

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Celebrate the Joy of giving this Christmas with Akshaya Patra

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Christmas is here and all of us are busy decorating our houses, buying gifts, and prepping up for the celebration. This Christmas, add joy in the lives of needy children too and give a whole new meaning to your celebrations. This Christmas, celebrate with Akshaya Patra by gifting school meals to little children.

Christmas is the season of giving and spreading joy. Homes are filled with excited family members and relatives. Houses are adorned with Christmas tree laden with colourful decorative and lights. The colours – green, red, and white engulfs us all in the festive mood. We gift our near and dear ones and many of us also play games like Secret Santa.

The joy of giving need not necessarily mean materialistic gifts. Joy can be experienced by indulging in charitable activities too. Charity in itself gives a whole new meaning to celebrations. This Christmas, let there be no bounds to your joy of giving. Celebrate with Akshaya Patra by gifting school meals to children for whom receiving a plate full of hot, nutritious, and tasty meal on school days is the biggest joy.

The Akshaya Patra Foundation is an NGO in India providing daily mid-day meals to school children. Currently, it serves wholesome and nutritious meals to 18,02,517 children across 51 locations in 12 States and 2 Union Territories of India, on all school days. The Foundation has been in the service of children for the past 19 years and aims to feed 50 lakh school children by 2025. When you donate to this mid-day meal NGO, you become a ray of hope for lakhs of determined children who wants to attend school regularly and are ready to overcome any hurdle to reach their goals.

Your contribution will gift these children the goodness of nutrition and support their education. Sound health and regular schooling will prepare them to be resourceful citizens in the near future. Your contribution will aid this NGO in India to expand its operations and services to more locations thereby benefiting more children with the goodness of wholesome meals. Nutrition and education are two of the everlasting gifts that have the potential to improve the lives of children. It empowers them to dream big; it empowers them to be skillful, resourceful, and achievers in their own fields.

Make this Christmas memorable by gifting ‘unlimited food for education’ to children. Donate now and experience the joy of giving!

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Celebrate Children’s Day with Akshaya Patra

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Each year, 14th November is celebrated as Children’s Day in India as a tribute to Jawaharlal Nehru, India’s first Prime Minister. He who was very fond of children and advocated for their education and development. Several organisations and educational institutes conduct awareness campaigns and programmes on health, rights and education of children. This Children’s Day, celebrate with Akshaya Patra.

Let’s rewind few years and reach those days when we attended the school assembly to celebrate Children’s Day. Inspiring speeches by principals and teachers with the emphasis that childhood is the best phase of life… motivating plays and activities stirring our confidence ‘I will work hard and do everything to reach my goal’ and evoking the desire ‘I want an amazing future’… Now, fast forward the years to reach the present when you are reading this blog. Take a moment to ask a simple question to yourself, ‘Have I achieved what I aspired for as a child?’

There are so many of us who wanted to do something totally different from what we are actually doing today. It’s not our failure; rather as they ‘life happens’ and we put aside our dreams to address something that was the need of the hour. But, deep within the desire remains! Well, here is an opportunity to fulfil your dream!

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So many dreams and more… do you identify with any of them either completely or may be slightly? Well, these are also the dreams of 18,02,517 children who are the beneficiaries of The Akshaya Patra Foundation. And, you never know, some of them could be from your own neighbourhood too! The fact is, the progress towards these dreams is possible only when children get a chance to attend school!

School meal is a significant intervention in supporting education of children belonging to challenging socio-economic backgrounds. It is the provision of this meal that opens up the gates of school for millions of children. Akshaya Patra has been relentlessly striving for the past 19 years to provide this much-needed school meals to children. Presently, the Foundation serves freshly cooked, nutritious school meals daily to 18,02,517 children studying in 16,856 Government schools and Government-aided schools across 51 locations of 12 States and 2 Union Territories. Your support for food for education on Children’s Day will ensure that millions of children eat healthy, study well, and step closer to their ambitions.

This Children’s Day, stretch your arms to reach a child who has the determination and willpower to fight all odds to reach school and progress towards their ambitions; all they need is a little support for their school meals. Your choice to donate for children will ensure they receive their daily share of nutritious meals, regular schooling, and also make them a part of Akshaya Patra’s child-centric initiatives such as scholarship programmes, talent development programme, and school and student transformation programme.

This Children’s Day, live your dream by empowering children to reach their dreams. Support food for education.

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Support to Feed the Children

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“No child in India shall be deprived of education because of hunger.”

With this thoughtful and pragmatic vision, The Akshaya Patra Foundation began its journey as an Indian NGO way back in 2000. It took its first step by providing freshly cooked nutritious meals to 1,500 children in five Government schools in Bengaluru. The Foundation recognised the interdependency of food and education much early and hence began to spread its reach to other locations of Karnataka and eventually to other states too. Akshaya Patra’s commitment towards providing unlimited food for education has been lauded nationally and internationally earning the recognition of being the world’s largest NGO-run school lunch programme.

An Indian NGO, Akshaya Patra has been successfully implementing the Mid-Day Meal Scheme for the past 19 years. During these years, it has supported education of millions of children in need by providing them with nutritious school meals regularly and has also initiated several children-specific programmes. This year, the Foundation celebrates its 19th year of service to children.

The Foundation implements the Mid-Day Meal Programme in partnership with the Government of India, various State Governments, corporate partners, and several philanthropic donors. Akshaya Patra’s 19th anniversary celebration is also a testimony to the success of a remarkable public-private partnership. Currently, Akshaya Patra is nourishing and nurturing children in 51 locations across 12 States and 2 Union Territories of India. Each school day, the Foundation provides freshly cooked, healthy, and locally palatable meals to 18,02,517 children studying in 16,856 Government and Government-aided schools.


During the 19 years, Akshaya Patra regularly conducted impact studies in association with third-party research agencies to assess the significance of mid-day meals and its effectiveness in implementing and meeting the objectives of the Mid-Day Meal Programme. The studies revealed palpable impact of the meals on health of children, school enrolment, regular attendance, and academic performance. Witnessing this positive impact, this Indian NGO stepped up to promote overall development of children by launching child-centric initiatives such as Anganwadi Programme, Breakfast Programme, Plate Distribution Programme, Scholarship Programme, Kashirampara Project, and Talent Development Programme.

Akshaya Patra is progressing responsibly with the aim to benefit 5 million children by 2025. On this 19th anniversary celebration, the Foundation welcomes your support to nourish and nurture children of India. Rest assured, your support today will get manifested as a healthy and promising India in the near future!

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Dedicate This Kannada Rajyotsava for the Children of the State!

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 Akshaya Patra wishes everyone a very happy Kannada Rajyotsava!

Every year, 1st November is celebrated as Kannada Rajyotsava, the day that the state of Karnataka was formed. On this day, in 1956 all the Kannada speaking areas of South India were merged into a new state. The state was initially called Mysore, but this was considered too reminiscent of the old princely regiment, and the name was changed to Karnataka on 1st November 1973.

Karnataka Rajyotsava is celebrated across the entire state with much enthusiasm. The state is dotted with red and yellow as the Karnataka flag is hoisted at all important locations, and the state anthem is sung. The beauty of this day is that it is enjoyed with much excitement across all age groups, religion and gender, making it a truly wholesome and inclusive celebration.

Kannada Rajyotsava is really a day to pay tribute to the state of Karnataka, celebrate its progress and work for its continued development. Local citizens honour the good Samaritans of the society as the State Government bestows the Rajyotsava Awards on people who have contributed significantly for the development of the state.

Akshaya Patra in Karnataka
Karnataka is the birthplace of The Akshaya Patra Foundation. Way back in 2000, the Foundation began its mission of providing ‘unlimited food for education’ to 1,500 children in five Government schools of Bengaluru. Today, Akshaya Patra supports education of 18,02,517 children in 16,856 Government and Government-aided schools across 51 locations of 12 States and 2 Union Territories of India by providing nutritious meals on each school day.

In Karnataka, Akshaya Patra provides nutritious meals to 4,02,695 children studying in 2,887 Government schools and Government-aided schools. The Foundation has seven kitchens located across the state: H.K. Hill (Bengaluru), V.K. Hill (Bengaluru), Jigani (Bengaluru), Ballari, Hubballi, Mangaluru, and Mysuru. H.K. Hill and V.K. Hill kitchens are ISO 22000:2005 certified; and the Ballari and Hubballi kitchens are ISO 22000:2005, ISO 14001, OHSAS 18001 certified. The kitchens in Mangaluru, Mysuru, and Jigani are in the process of certification. In addition to implementing the Mid-Day Meal Scheme, Akshaya Patra is implementing the Government of Karnataka’s Ksheera Bhagya Scheme too.

All the kitchens follow a cyclic menu thereby enhancing the nutritional component and taste of the served meals. The overall meal menu comprises of plain rice, ghee rice, khichdi, bisibelebath, khara pongal, vegetable biryani, toor dal sambar, mixed pulse sambar, dal fry, gram dal sambar, chana dal sambar, mixed sambar, moong chilk sambar, beetroot kabuli chana sabji, mixed vegetable sabji, hayagriva, daliya sweet pongal, sweet pumpkin payasam, moong dal payasam, jaggery sweet payasam, fried groundnut, and curd.

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Way Forward
Akshaya Patra wholeheartedly acknowledges the incredible support it has been receiving from the State Government, donors, and well-wishers during its journey of 18 years. While the Foundation has been providing ‘unlimited food for education’ to the current beneficiaries, there are thousands of more children waiting for wholesome meals. And, so that it can continue to serve the children, it appeals to all for continued support. Your one moment of contributing online donation will ensure that children receive their much-needed daily school meals.

Dedicate this Kannada Rajyotsava for the children of the state.
Prepare them for the future by supporting their food and education today.


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Celebrate World Food Day with Akshaya Patra

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“Our Actions Are Our Future. Healthy Diets. For a #ZeroHungerWorld.”

Each year, 16th October is observed as World Food Day across the globe. In order to address the various aspects of global hunger and the ways to tackle it, this day is celebrated with a specific theme each year and the theme for 2019 is quoted right at the beginning. This year will focus on the fact that food is the not the only solution to achieve zero hunger. Rather, it will emphasise on the need to ensure accessibility to nutritious food while also appealing everyone to be conscious of what they eat – so that as people are nourished, the earth gets nurtured too!

Aside from the dramatic change in our eating habits and lifestyle in recent decades, challenging socio-economic background is a major factor that hinders consumption of nutritious food. While the former is a resultant of personal choices, the latter is a concern that needs to be addressed in a concerted manner by the world organisations, government bodies, corporates and businesses, non-profit organisations, and the general public.

Celebrate World Food Day 2019 with Akshaya Patra
The Akshaya Patra Foundation is a children NGO in India that has been serving school children with healthy and wholesome mid-day meals on each school day for the past 18+ years. Currently, the Foundation is providing daily school meals to more than 1.8 million children in 16,856 Government schools across 51 locations of 12 States and 2 Union Territories. By providing mid-day meals, Akshaya Patra aims to address two Sustainable Development Goals: Zero Hunger and Quality Education.

Akshaya Patra ensures that children eat healthy every day. Hence, it follows locally palatable and cyclic menu in each of its operational locations. The menu consists of various food items made of rice, wheat, pulses, green vegetables, legumes, milk, and curd. This provides children a balanced and nutritious diet on each school day.

As many meals, so many dreams!
Nourished children have a healthy mind that allows them to learn better and aim higher. And, it gets well reflected in the dreams of Akshaya Patra beneficiaries:
• “I aspire to be a Mathematician”, says Krishna from Gujarat.
• “I want to be a Nutritionist”, says Megha from Karnataka.
• “I aim to be an Architect”, says Tanaya from Odisha.
• “I want to be a Doctor”, says Sohil from Rajasthan.
• “My aim is to be an Astronaut” says Atharva Ajay Kale from Maharashtra.
• “My goal is to be a Physical Education Teacher” says P. Narasimha Raju from Andhra Pradesh.
These were just a handful of dreams that are getting nurtured by Akshaya Patra’s food for education.

It’s time to take action
The above-mentioned dreams are not mere aspirations, they are the means to reach the desirable end – a nourished, healthy, and vibrant world. Your support to Akshaya Patra has both immediate and gradual impact. Your one moment of generosity will instantly ensure daily school meals of children and fulfil their daily nutritional requirement while also supporting their education. Gradually, these factors will empower children to become resourceful and responsible citizens who can provide for themselves and their family thereby resulting in a #ZeroHungerIndia and eventually a #ZeroHungerWorld.

This World Food Day, take action for a healthy future by choosing to feed the children with nutritious school meals.

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