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The following are the partnered food recovery organisations

The Gautam Gambhir Foundation (GGF) was launched by cricketer Gautam Gambhir in the year 2014.GGF's campaign, Ek-Asha, was successful in setting up the first community kitchen in Patel Nagar. On the inaugural day of the kitchen, Gambhir himself supervised the operations and served the poor free of cost. GGF also focuses on environmental issues.It has launched several campaigns in the past three years aimed at improving the lives of people in different sections of the society.

Aashray Adhikar Abhiyan (AAA) has been working on the rights of homeless people since year 2000. Homelessness is not mere rooflessness but a state of extreme deprivations. Our mission is to mobilise, empower and strengthen the homeless so that they can assert their rights and live with honour and dignity. We campaign rigorously to provide awareness and change attitudes towards the way; society and the State thinks and acts towards homeless people. The homeless is a heterogeneous group and majorly work in un-organised sector. Homeless people including homeless people of all age groups, men, women, elderly, destitute and infirm, physically and mentally challenged/ill, chemical dependents, infirm , drug/chemical dependents. We have a two pronged approach which is both service and rights based. We provide practical services to the homeless to address their immediate needs, such as 24x7night shelters, holistic health care including mental health care, rescue from street, education, skill training and relinking with families. These direct interventions create evidence for advocacy and policy influencing. We reach out to collectives on the streets, educational institutions, market associations, civil society organisations & /or coalitions working with unorganised sector workers and urban poor. All this networking helps bolstering the voice of the homeless.

States: Delhi

Contact Person: Mrs.Paramjit Kaur, 9312668807, parakaur8115@gmail.com

Started in 2017, All India Roti Bank Trust (AIBRT) works across 20 cities in India with over 1000 volunteers to serve an average of 2,00,000 meals each month. The main aim of the organisation is to collect surplus edible food from various channels and distribute it among the needy with due dignity.

States: Uttarpradesh, Bihar, Delhi, Jharkhand, West Bengal, Chattisgarh

Contact Person: Mr. Kishore Tiwari, 9455209530, allindiarotibanktrust@gmail.com

ANNAKSHETRA, established in November 2010, is a non-profit organization at Jaipur, Rajasthan. They collect unused surplus food and make it available to those in need through a network of volunteers. During the last three years, they have recoveredand redistributed more than 3 Million meals, without charging anything from the donor or the beneficiaries.

States: Rajasthan

Contact Person: Mr. Siddhant, 9928029319, 0141-322 1267, 2504604 info@annakshetra.org

DELHI LANGAR SEVA SOCIETY has formed a Group of Sevadars in order to Feed the Hungry primarily OPD Patients & Attendants Outside Hospitals. Our Aim is not to Create Hunger or Greed. We as an NGO felt that patient s traveling barely have funds to purchase food so we provide a simple freshly made wholesome meal as many places we can and are permitted to.

States: Delhi

Contact Person: Mr. Bicky Dhingra, 9811023110, bicky@heirloom.in

Founded in July 2018, Double Roti was founded in July 2018 and provides surplus donations from bakery outlets to missionaries and charity homes across Delhi.

States: Delhi

Contact Person: Ms Taira, 9810088563, tairabhargava@gmail.com

Feeding India is a not-for-profit social enterprise started in 2014, which aims to solve the problem of hunger and malnutrition in the country. They channelize excess food from events, restaurants, weddings, corporates, etc. to beneficiaries in need and run sustained feeding programs through their own kitchens. Feeding India works with a network of 3,500 volunteers in 45+ cities of India and has served 5 million meals to people in need.

States: Uttarpradesh, Madhyapradesh, Punjab, Delhi, Gujrat, Rajasthan, Maharshtra, Tamilnadu, Karnataka

Contact Person: Srishti Jain, 9015026026, srishti.jain@feedingindia.org

Feed the need foundation has started our services with the vision to provide free foods to the road side Sheltered,elderly and hungry people on a daily basis. We distribute freshly prepared food to the population of Banglore. Also, we have rescued 15 slum children and help them get proper education and serve them with healthy meals. Also in our ambit is surplus food collection from restaurants , caterers from weddings and parties.

States: Banglore

Contact Person: Mr. Ravi Shankar, 9738480882, ammacatering.hennur@gmail.com

Feed The Poor Campaign works to provide food for the poor and the needy people in Aligarh city of UP. The organisation collects surplus food donations from restaurants or cooks fresh food for distribution to feed the hungry population around Jamia Urdu Aligarh college.

States: Uttarpradesh

Contact Person: Mr. Shamoon Raza Naqvi, 9555902345, feedthepoorcampaign@gmail.com

India Food Banking Network (IFBN) is the flagship program of Food Security Foundation India, a not-for-profit registered on 17th June 2011. They distribute food products and meals through a network of community based organizations or NGOs that run institutional feeding programs. These include feeding programs at schools for underprivileged children, homeless shelters, old age homes, after-school programs, orphanages, charitable hospitals and other programs for the needy. IFBN is bringing together the government, private sector, and NGOs in multi-stakeholder partnerships to establish a network of Food Banks to systematically capture non-perishable packaged food from food companies and channelize it to the institutional feeding programs.

States: Uttarpradesh, Madhyapradesh, Punjab, Haryana, Delhi, Gujrat, Rajasthan, Maharshtra, Tamilnadu, Karnataka, West Bengal

Contact Person: Ms. Vandana Singh, 9810845674, vandana.singh@indiafoodbanking.org

Food Bank India is a non-profitable NGO working tirelessly to eradicate hunger from the society with around 100+ active volunteers spanning across India. We currently cook from each of our houses and gather in a location to serve food to the needy. Once in a month we also attempt for mass cooking event wherein we cook food for serving more than 500 people in a day. Recenty, we have also started taking excess food requests donated in a hygienic way with proper packaging.

States: Tamil Nadu, Andhra Pradesh, Telengana, Maharashtra, Uttarpradesh, Haryana

Contact Person: Ms.Sneha, 9003661122, snehamohandoss@gmail.com