Uncategorized Archives - Annamrita

Category: Uncategorized

Novartis and Annamrita join forces to provide food relief packages during COVID-19

Food is a basic necessity. While many are blessed to enjoy a full-course meal every day, millions are left hungry. Read More

Healthy meals reviving well-being at INR 75

The nation came to a standstill when Prime Minister Narendra Modi announced a complete lockdown of India on March 25, 2020, to contain the spread… Read More

SBI Capital and Annamrita join hands to fight hunger and COVID-19

Access to nutritious, wholesome food is a basic necessity towards a healthy constitution. While many of us are blessed to enjoy the daily nourishment of… Read More

Education or nutrition – which is more important?

Illiteracy and malnutrition – are the two undeniable conditions faced by India. While almost35 million children between the age of 6-14 years fail to attend… Read More

3 questions to ask before you donate to food NGOs in India

Food is a basic necessity of life, but unfortunately, millions are deprived of it. Food NGOs inIndia like Annamrita Foundation strive to bring food to… Read More

How charity donation can benefit your business?

When you do good to others, it comes back to you in some way or the other. Besides the immediate tax exemptions, a charity donation… Read More

Gifting acceptance, inclusion, and empowerment through Annamrita

Diversity means being composed of differing elements or people. It’s an everlasting characteristic of every establishment, community, workplace, or nation. Read More

Has COVID-19 changed charity donation in India?

It takes a crisis to pull at the heartstrings and ignite the spirit of donating. With the COVID-19 pandemic overpowering the nation, the kindness of… Read More

Five Reasons You Should Donate Food

We live in a developing and technologically-powered world where enough food is produced to feed the entire population. Yet, with all means at our disposal,… Read More

Pandemic woes: Millions of families still starving

Hunger, and not the virus, is killing India The COVID-19 pandemic has reportedly aggravated food insecurity in India while exposing the vulnerability of the national… Read More
loader