Our vision is to alleviate hunger in India, by establishing a strong and efficient network of FoodBanks across the country, wherein every district has access to at least one FoodBank.
India has enough food to feed every hungry person. Help us get it to them!
Organizations as well as individuals can join the fight. Here’s how:
Initiate a CSR programme with FoodBanks
Business and industry in India are playing an increasingly vital role in social initiatives through their CSR activities. India is home to the largest undernourished population in the world. The need of the hour is to address hunger and malnutrition especially among children and women. Join hands with us to make India hunger-free.
Volunteer with Us
IFBN encourage people to volunteer to join us in the fight against hunger and to help increase awareness. Food banks offer great opportunities to contribute time and skills, learn how hunger impacts communities, work with other local volunteers and make a difference.
Find out more on how you can make a difference.
IFBN relies entirely on voluntary contributions to finance its projects. Donate, or support us in raising funds to strengthen our fight against hunger in India.
Click here to donate and support our programmes.
Message from our Advisory Board Members
Here is what our Advisory Board members think:
Mr. Sam Pitroda, Chairman of IFBN Advisory Board
IFBN is not the only solution; the idea is to have many people participating and joining hands in different ways.
Mr. Siraj Chaudhry, Chairman, Cargill India
In the wake of the Companies Act which has made CSR implementation a compulsory activity, there is an opportunity to address issues of hunger and malnutrition. Through the Food Banking initiative, tangible and measurable goals can be provided to various corporations for their CSR activities.
Ms. Vinita Bali, Former MD, Britannia
What a reassurance it is for poor and hungry if they know that they will be receiving food every day. We need to create awareness for this and also create a need for food banks in all communities.
Ms. Vandana Singh, CEO, FSFI-IFBN
There is a need for a multi pronged approach in collaboration with diverse stakeholders. We also need to strengthen government partnerships to augment our programs and implement local solutions with a national strength.