Submitted by IFBN on 4 May 2017 - 6:59pm
IFBN, as a partner to End Hunger, raises awareness for the issue of Hunger at the annual McVities Kids Culinaire events at Delhi and Mumbai. Because "every BITe counts". Hundreds of visitors- children and parents at the event pledge support to end hunger.
Submitted by IFBN on 4 May 2017 - 6:50pm
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 nutritious meals to 4500 underprivileged children under the campaign carried out by Yum’s brand KFC in the name ‘Add HOPE’.
Submitted by IFBN on 4 May 2017 - 6:14pm
India Food Banking Network 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. Nutritious mid day meals provided to students at school are vital to keep children in school and ensure that they have access to education, health and nutrition.
Submitted by IFBN on 18 March 2017 - 11:10am
India Food Banking Network offers a food management solution for excess food inventory and helps food businesses to innovatively save this surplus food products to feed those in need. IFBN recovers their surplus inventory from shelves and warehouses of food businesses and delivers it safely to Not for Profits to feed those in need especially children in schools.
We served 41,472 packs of Britannia Biscotti Fruit-n-Nut and Choconut cakes at schools for underprivileged across 8 locations in India. Thousands of children in Delhi, Noida, Chandigarh, Jaipur, Hyderabad, Kolkata, Bangalore, and Mumbai received nutritious and tasty Biscotti Fruit-n-Nut cakes.
Submitted by IFBN on 29 October 2016 - 11:50am
Millions of children go hungry everyday in India. We at India FoodBanking Network have taken a pledge to alleviate hunger and support feeding programs across the country. Our Corporate partners and hundreds of NGOs are supporting us to serve meals at schools for underprivileged, orphanages, old age homes, hospitals, etc.
Submitted by IFBN on 26 November 2015 - 10:24am
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.
Submitted by IFBN on 16 October 2015 - 12:45am
TIMES FOUNDATION in association with INDIA FOOD BANKING NETWORK (IFBN) launched - Eat Well, Study Well programme for children studying in schools for underprivileged.
The employees at the group companies participated by donating packaged dry grains such as rice, wheat flour, pulses, biscuits & packaged drinking water in the drop boxes kept at office premises.
Submitted by IFBN on 26 August 2015 - 9:10pm
CII-Food and Agriculture Centre of Excellence in partnership with Global Alliance for Improved Nutrition (GAIN) organized a National Consultation on Nutrition – Business Models for Securing Nutritional Outcomes on 25th August in New Delhi. This is the first consultation of the CII-FACE National Nutrition Initiative -Swasth Bharat Sashakt Bharat.
Submitted by IFBN on 21 April 2015 - 10:02am
India Food Banking Network in collaboration with Sodexo conducted a food drive in three cities – Delhi-NCR, Chennai and Bangalore under Sodexo's Global Servathon initiative. The Food Drive took place at 55 sites of Sodexo at Ghaziabad & Noida, Bangalore and Chennai.
Submitted by IFBN on 18 March 2015 - 10:33pm
IFBN organized a massive food distribution drive at national scale in collaboration with Britannia India and Rotary Clubs. The Rotary Clubs played an end-to-end role of picking the inventory from Britannia warehouses and distributing it within their localities & partner organizations, schools, institutes, etc.