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World Water Day-22 March 2017

30 March 2017

World Water Day is celebrated across the globe on 22nd March every year with a unique theme around tackling water crisis. Today, 1.8 billion people use a source of drinking water contaminated with faeces, putting them at risk of contracting cholera, dysentery, typhoid and polio. Providing clean drinking water to all is not only one of sustainable development goals but is also directly linked with prevention of malnutrition.

Scaling new heights for a hunger-free India

27 February 2017

In March - April 2017, our friend and supporter, Mr. Atonu Das undertook the challenge of trekking in the Himalaya to raise funds and awareness for Fight Hunger Foundation (FHF). We are extremely grateful to Atonu for taking up this inspiring initiative!

John Abraham joins hands with us to fight hunger

15 February 2017

 

We are delighted to get the support of Bollywood actor and film producer  Mr. John Abraham in our fight to end child hunger in India.

Mr Abraham was interviewed by RJ Hrishi K of 94.3 Radio One channel on World Food Day, where he shared his views on the importance of good nutrition in the initial years of a child’s life, and how it shapes his behaviour and mental make-up when he grows up.

Our First Goodwill Ambassador: Sonam Kapoor

06 January 2017

We are very excited to announce that Bollywood actress and style icon Sonam Kapoor is joining us in the fight against malnutrition!

Sonam will be Fight Hunger Foundation’s first Goodwill Ambassador, helping us to raise awareness about malnutrition, which kills over one million children in India every year.

#HOPEINTHEFUTURE

13 December 2016

#HOPEINTHEFUTURE

Fight Hunger Foundation’s dedicated ambassador, legendary musician Sonu Nigam, has recorded a song especially for Fight Hunger Foundation about our fight to end hunger in India.

Corporates Run Against Hunger this SCMM

13 October 2016

The Standard Chartered Mumbai Marathon is one day when the entire city of Mumbai unites and runs. Several run for their passion, some to challenge themselves and some to support a cause close to their heart. The annual event sees a turnout that runs into thousands of runners, NGOs, corporates, all coming together. On the day of the marathon, South Bombay looks completely different, full of festivities and loads of positive energy.

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