MISSION: ZERO HUNGER
Child Help Foundation feeds healthy and freshly cooked food to these children once a day. Not a single person should sleep on an empty stomach. CHF is now feeding close to 2000 underprivileged children daily in different locations across India which includes Delhi, Thane, Mumbai, North Eastern states, Odisha, West Bengal, Bihar, Jharkhand, Hyderabad, Chennai and Banglore and would like to increase these numbers and locations with your support. Please try helping those who are in desperate need but not able to do anything to overcome it.
Be the person who spreads smiles all around. Do not let an innocent soul sleep on an empty stomach.
India has the maximum number of malnourished children in the world.
69% of death
Due to malnutrition, the death of children below age 5 has been rapidly increased in India.
This is the number of children that work on the street, live on the street and eat off-street.
40% food wasted
More than 40 per cent of food produced is wasted in India every year.
Feed an underprivileged Child
The “Zero Hunger” project was initiated with a dream to erase malnutrition among underprivileged children. Child Help Foundation, along with partner NGOs and volunteers, believes that every child deserves nourishing food for nutriment and growth during their developmental years as this is the base of their coming future. Most of these children are living on the streets and eating scraps from the leftovers or are begging for food. These innocent lives have to struggle through their day to earn their daily bread.
"I used to feel sorry when my kids forced me to take them to the beach. The filth on the shore used to stop me from taking them for hangouts to this nearby beach. This was possible by the young volunteers who took up this mission to clean the trash out of the beach. Hats off to them!”
- Ankit (local person who resides near the beach, father of two kids)
"Thank you for feeding me when I was hungry. I have rarely had such delicious food in my life. I feel so happy and full."
"It is my passion to motivate these little angels. Thank you for giving me this opportunity to be with these little ones and be an inspiration. Your help can help us give these children books for reading and drawing which will be additional support for their academics."
- Mr. Priyankush
"I was so bored during the lockdown, I had no means to enjoy myself at home. Thank you for this Back To School Activity where I cherish the best in colouring the pictures and enjoy it the most."
"I never saw the girls at Summer Camp Smiling when we had started our interactions. I thought it would be difficult to give menstrual talks and cause them to interact. But to our Surprise with the activities, the girls opened up like never before and associated with us as being one with us. I could see girls holding Sanitary Napkins for the first time in their life and showed their excitement. "
- Sendra (Volunteer)
- Girish Salunkhe
(Father of Ayush)
- John Matthew
(Founder Trustee of Mercy John Memorial Trust)