School Meals Programs

IFBN - Yum! India (KFC) School Meals Program

IFBN helps corporates to prioritize food security and nutrition and to use the resources earmarked for CSR initiatives to fund nutritious meals to children in schools.
Yum! India as part of its corporate social responsibility initiatives, has associated with IFBN to provide daily meals to underprivileged children under the campaign carried out by Yum’s brand KFC in the name ‘Add HOPE’.


IFBN - Times Foundation School Meal Program

India Food Banking Network has collaborated with Times Foundation on a program to provide fresh, hygienic, healthy, nutritious mid-day meals to the children living in the slums of the urban areas of Gurgaon. Under this program, mid day meals are being provided to students at a school run by Lotus Petal Foundation in Gurgaon which has a healthcare program to serve well balanced nutritious diet to the school children. These school meals are vital to keep children in school and ensure that they have access to education, health and nutrition.


KFC launches program 'add HOPE' to fight hunger in India

KFC India announced the launch of add HOPE, a program that aims to fight hunger in the country with the launch, KFC hopes to create awareness and raise funds to provide meals to India's underprivileged children through World Food Program (WFP), Akshaya Patra Foundation and India FoodBanking Network (IFBN).

Together with these organizations, KFC aims to provide 20 million meals to underprivileged children by 2020.


IFBN - Kellogg's India, School Breakfast Program

IFBN partnered with Kellogg's India to provide healthy breakfast cereals and milk in single packs to 9,308 children daily in 4 cities - Delhi-NCR, Mumbai, Ahmedabad and Bangalore. This amounts to about 4.5 lakhs healthy breakfasts served to children. A daily in-school nutritious breakfast provided to the students provided vital nourishment, helped keep children in school and improved concentration and learning outcomes.


IFBN and Global Alliance for Improved Nutrition visit a Feeding Program in Delhi

Feeding program at Samarpan Foundation School, Kishangarh. Marc Meyer from Global Alliance for Improved Nutrition, a partner of IFBN visited the program


Home of Hope gets support from IFBN and Canara Bank

IFBN and Bangalore Food Bank visited "Home of Hope' in Bangalore which is looking after 450 destitute men, women and children. Canara Bank supported the feeding programme at the Home of Hope.

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