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Why choose to Fight Hunger for a CSR Engagement?

As per 2022 Global Hunger Index, India ranks 107th out of the 121 countries.

Hunger Index - Mumbai
  • Of the total 22 million < 9 million people live in the slums
  • 59.7% households are 'severely food-insecure
  • 40,000 - 55,000 children are severely malnourished

Through food we ensure good education and good healthcare.

We aim to fight this hunger in the city of dreams to open up the door of equal opportunities for every underprivileged in Mumbai

How does your Contribution help?

Ensuring better healthcare & savings for treatment cost

In 2022-23

  • 1,09,534 vulnerable patients supported across 18+ hospitals in Mumbai
  • 13,03,456 meals to beneficiaries helped save INR 13Cr. for treatment & medical expenses

Supporting quality education

In 2022-23

  • Zero classroom hunger for 8050 children across 102 municipal schools leading to better health and improved learning outcomes
  • 15,60,484 breakfast & 74,567 lunch meals improved classroom attendance by up to 22%
  • Promising improvement in the energy levels & in-class performance

Why Partner with Us?

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Our Corporate Partners



Partners for Bal Shiksha Ahara & Paushtik Ahara

Partners for Swasthya Ahara

To Become Our Corporate Partner: [email protected]


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At Akshaya Chaitanya we welcome both the opportunities. Companies can either donate one time for food that is served to the beneficiaries everyday; or have a long term partnership with us where they can adopt any of our daily feeding initiatives - Swasthya Ahara, Bal Shiksha Ahara, and Paushtik Ahara so that the vulnerable are food secure and open to equal opportunities like the rest of us.

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