Donation with a difference
ZERO HUNGER is not only a remote possibility, with us, it is achievable.
Neighbourhood Foundation envisions nation without hunger. Initially, we are aiming to feed 6,000 homeless people and 4,000 animals per day. It also improves life-changing aid to the nation’s most vulnerable, mobilizing the necessary resources to end hunger.
This initiative is aimed to feed a wide range of individuals and animals that are in need of nourishment. From May 2022, Neighbourhood Foundation will begin feeding 10,000 meals every day. Every month we will be adding 5,000 extra meals to feed till the end of 2023. From 2024, we aim to increase the meal count by adding 10,000 extra meals every month until 2030, to reach a final number of feeding 10,00,000 meals every day.
Steps to Support Feed@100
Know about Feed@100:
Before you contribute to this program we request you to take just 2 minutes to learn what is Feed@100 to understand our commitment towards Zero Hunger.
Click the Donate button below Enter the Payment Details And, now Pay.
With your contribution of Rs. 100, we will now feed two homeless people and one animal.
Support for Our Cause
Why Feed @100?
189.2 million people i.e. 14% of our population is undernourished.
20% of children under 5 are underweight.
Stray dogs are scavengers, so they rely on garbage on the street as a source of food.
These animals have no one and depend on the goodness of the community members for the handouts of food.
A small number of good grains can give lives to birds for survival.
Join Hands With us To Help Underprivileged Families, Stressed Individuals For Giving A Better Life
Why Feed @100?
- 189.2 million people i.e. 14% of our population is undernourished.
- 20% of children under 5 are underweight.
- 34.7% of children under 5 years of age are stunted.
- We Neighbourhood Foundation are aiming to provide 3,00,000 meals per month.
- Stray dogs are scavengers, so they rely on garbage on the street as a source of food.
- This initiative has been set up in order to help the many unwanted and starving strays in our surroundings.
- These animals have no one and depend on the goodness of the community members for the handouts of food.
- Farmers are increasingly turning unproductive cows loose because they can’t afford to feed them, leaving marauding herds that demolish crops.
- Pigeons and crows have temporarily bid goodbye to the temple premises while the canines are wandering in search of food.
- A small number of good grains can give lives to birds for survival.