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Your Blog Can Help Feed 50 Children — Akshaya Patra


Akshaya Patra is a foundation for midday meal program. It is a Non-Governmental Organization in India. It runs the world’s largest NGO midday meal program for underprivileged school children.

Akshaya Patra and IndiBlogger

What started in Bangalore 10 years ago as a pilot programme has now expanded to 18 locations across 8 states in India to feed over 1.2 million children today. For ten years Akshaya Patra has worked to provide underprivileged children in India with freshly cooked, nutritious food. Their mission now is to serve 5 million (50 lakh) children by 2020.

How To Make Your Blog Feed 50 Children

  • Become a member of IndiBlogger, if you haven’t.
  • Blog about Akshaya Patra cause and urge your readers to support it. Give them the link to make a donation online.
  • Then Submit your post on IndiVine.
  • For every valid blog post, Akshaya Patra will be able to feed 50 children.

YOU can make a difference. All you need to do is click and donate. A contribution of just Rs. 525 (projected cost) will help them feed a child for a year. This one meal will give that child much needed nutrition and energy. It will also transform its life. You can donate online through Credit/Debit cards, Wire transfer, and Internet banking.

Akshaya Patra — Online Donations [Link Here]


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    • Rupom Roy

      Thanks for Supporting Akshaya Patra Foundation for a Cause.
      My name is Rupom and I’m getting in touch with you regarding hosting the banner or link of “The Akshaya Patra Foundation”. I’m currently working with this Foundation as a SEO Executive.
      Akshaya Patra Foundation is an Non Profit Organization in Bangalore Providing Mid day Meal for School Children.

      It will be a great pleasure if you update the new banner of our website and write a few points on Akshaya Patra Foundation and also share your thoughts to all your friends to support Akshaya Patra Foundation and ask them to place our customized banner in their websites.
      Please let me know if you are interested I can provided the customized banner or link code for whatever sizes is required for your website(s).

      Thanks & Regards,
      Rupom Roy
      SEO Executive -Online Presence
      The Akshaya Patra Foundation
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    • Manjunath

      Isckon(akshaya patra) is doing a great job, i think no other countries are doing such a feat at this scale.

    • Bligbook

      that’s really a noble cause pledge….i will surely post one….

    • S.Pradeep Kumar

      @ All : Glad to see so many people engaging and contributing. Cheers. 🙂

    • Mohan

      Glad to see so many bloggers joining hands to feed the future souls of India! The one line motive “No child in India shall be deprived of education because of hunger.” says it all how humble their service is.

    • Rakesh @ Wizard Journal

      The Blogging meet of Delhi is also aimed for something like this but it is to protect road people from bitter cold of Delhi. I would have participated but my exams are on.

    • Rahul

      Nowadays only few people have a heart of helping others due to rising crisis in our daily living but the children who were able to receive the blessings from this foundation are very fortunate.

    • Ayush Chand

      Good think to see India helping out poor children! 🙂

    • sureshpeters

      thats gr8 thanks for info..i too blog about it..

    • pramod

      hey,very well stated. and this point of joining indiblogger to feed free 50 children too is a great idea and very well put.
      very unique in itself.
      thumbs up.

    • Reshab @Free Genuine Softwares

      Very good initiative by community .. Thanks for sharing…

    • Madav

      I hope many other foundation will come with such positive moves.Looking forward to feed at least one children

    • Pankaj Gupta

      I am already a member of Indiblogger and will write about it. Thanks for sharing..

    • prabhakaran

      Nice info.Will share this. 🙂

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