Hunger Heroes reach out to poor children

Sanat and Viren, volunteers of the NGO Feeding India, distribute food among children in Bathinda. Photo: Pawan Sharma / Tribune
Sanat and Viren, volunteers of the NGO Feeding India, distribute food among children in Bathinda. Photo: Pawan Sharma / Tribune

NGO Feeding India has till now fed more than 5,650 persons in Bathinda and the number is increasing every hour.
The aim of the NGO is to collect extra food from households, functions, hotels and offices and give it for free to the poor and needy.
“Usually, we either throw the excess food the next day, feed it to stray animals or give it to maids or servants. We collect the food and give it to those who really need it,” says Sanat, city in-charge of the NGO, which started functioning in Bathinda in March.
The NGO is being supported by 10 active volunteers called ‘Hunger Heroes’ or ‘Superheroes’ in Bathinda.
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