Top Ten NGOs active in Mid-Day Meal service in India

Having a nutritious diet is everybody’s requirement, be it an infant or an adult, an old age man or a teenage girl, a healthy and proper meal is everybody’s right. There are few schemes launched by Indian Government which facilitate the reachability and consumption of food easy and smooth across the nation. With the support of few NGOs, the government of India has been able to make its project “Mid-Day Meal”, a success today. That is why we bring you the list of those TopTen NGOs of India who are actively involved in providing Mid-Day Meal to a number of school children on large scale.

10. No Hungry Child

No-Hungry-Child

Source: www.nohungrychild.in/

This project has been handed over to many NGOs across the nation so that they can also be a part of such an inspirational campaign and feel the difference by feeding the hungry ones. They also promote clean and hygienic eating habits among children.

9. SERDUS

SERDUS-ngo

Source: www.serdusindia.org

Working for poor children’s welfare in Andhra Pradesh and motivating others by saying that food, education and health needs of children should not be neglected as they are promising future of the nation.

8. Vidyaranya

Vidyaranya

Source : www.vidyaranya.org

Working specifically for empowerment of children and marginalized section of society with the help of education.They keep collaborating with Smile Foundation India, for providing the nutritional meal to government school children in Bangalore.

7. Annamrita

Annamrita

Source: annamrita.org/

Initiated by govt. of Maharashtra in 2004 to facilitate the mid-day meal service basically in primary schools of the state. They want to break the cycle of hunger and poverty that is the reason behind their incentives’ provision to the underprivileged and poor families so that they can afford to teach their children in schools.

6.Dharma Bharti Mission

Dharma-Bharti-Mission

Source: www.dbmindia.org

Established in 2008 in Baiganwadi of Maharashtra and feed 200 children in each school, wherever they deliver. Their area of major concern is the Govandi of Maharashtra.

5. Stri Shakti

Stri-shakti-photo

Source: www.strishakti.in

It was established in the year 2004 basically for Women Empowerment and certainly diversified into other projects like mid-day meal service provision. They are working towards weaving the dreams of future.

4. Annapoorna

Annapurna-Parivaar

www.annapurnapariwar.org/

This is the project of Adanya Chetna which serves mid-day meal to almost 2 lakh school children in thousands of schools across Hubli, Jodhpur and Bangalore. Stainless steel boxes are used for packing the lunch which maintains the level of hygiene for children.

3. Ekta Shakti Foundation

Ekta-shakti-foundation

Source: www.ektashakti.com

They have a dream to make this world a better place to live in and providing mid-day meal service in more than 1500 schools of Delhi and Bihar, is their small effort to fulfill that dream.

2. Naandi Foundation

nandi-foundation

Source: www.naandi.org/

This Hyderabad based NGO was established in the year 1998 as a public charitable trust. They want to make poverty a history in India that is their compelling force to work towards eradicating the same with the help of MDM service.

1. Akshaya Patra

Akshay-Patra

Source : www.akshayapatra.org

This Bangalore based NGO is also internationally acknowledged. They are successfully providing their service to 11 lakh school children across Tamil Nadu, Telangana, Uttar Pradesh, Andhra Pradesh, Assam, Chhattisgarh, Gujrat, Karnataka, Odisha and Rajasthan.
They all are doing a commendable job by fulfilling the basic necessity of the needy ones. And there is no lack of such NGOs to whom you can donate some amount and with the help of same, they will provide mid-day meal to number of school children as per your donated amount.

 

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