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Everything you need to know about the functions of a food NGO

Food is an indispensable aspect of everyone’s lives, and access to healthy and nutritious meals is a basic human right. Sadly, millions of people around… Read More

5 ways to support underprivileged child education

Education is a key component of the development of a country. India has been focusing on improving the literacy rate in the country since independence… Read More

Re-imagining the idea of happiness with charity

Did you know - when you make a donation to a needy person, your brain releases the same signals of satisfaction that you feel when… Read More

Let’s take the best New Year’s Resolution: Help Others

As the New Year begins, many of you set resolutions to improve yourselves and your lives. One resolution that stands out as particularly meaningful and… Read More

Debunking common myths about NGO donations

Mother Teresa said; it’s not how much we give, but how much love we put into giving. Serving the needy will give you an unmatchable… Read More

Make this Republic Day Special by Bringing Smiles to the Faces of Millions

India is celebrating Amrit Ka Mahotsav to commemorate 75 years of independence. Every individual in the country pays tribute to the freedom fighters who sacrificed… Read More

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