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.


13 December 2016


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.

Cook for a Cause. Join hands with us this World Food Day

13 October 2016

India’s top chefs join hands with Fight Hunger Foundation on World Food Day, to cook for a cause. We are thrilled to share with you what Chef Kunal Vijaykar, Chef Ajay Chopra, Chef Monica Manchanda and Chef Nandita Iyer have to say about why they are joining us and have committed to create a hunger free India!

Sachin Tendulkar supports Fight Hunger Foundation

11 October 2016

Sachin Tendulkar, one of the greatest cricketers of all time, has lent his support to the Fight Hunger Foundation! To say that we are delighted is a huge understatement! Here is what he has to say about hunger in India and getting in involved with Fight Hunger Foundation:

FHF and Godrej Industries Ltd join hands to transform lives!

31 August 2016

Fight Hunger Foundation has always worked towards achieving sustainable solutions for the issue of malnutrition. We have been implementing our project in Madhya Pradesh since 2012. The project was initially implemented in Khaknar block of Burhanpur district consisting 149 villages, but has now been successfully scaled up to Gandhwani block of Dhar district, covering another 144 villages, within Madhya Pradesh.