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Food is the key to survival
Human beings have four basic needs that they require to survive – clothing, shelter, clean water, and edible food. Although all four requirements are essential together, we cannot survive (the topmost integral part of our life to stay).
Even if we have a huge house and closets full of clothes, we cannot live without proper food and water. While we enjoy the luxury of eating delicious food every day, many people have to struggle to find a morsel of food, day in and day out.
At ISKCON, we feel for these people. We understand the struggle that they might be going through. Therefore, with our FOOD FOR LIFE programme, we help the hungry and provide as many as possible with nutritious, edible food.
Thus, we are introducing “MEGA KITCHEN.” The kitchen can cook and serve food for more than 1 lac people at a time. It has a 25000 sq ft space, enough to ensure no needy sleep with an empty stomach.
This programme’s vision is simple: to provide sanctified and hygienic food to any approachable needy person. We aim to reach out to all those who worry every day about finding food.In line with our vision, we have run the most extensive food distribution programme in the world.
The methodology we follow
To make sure that we serve as many people as possible every day, we follow the following methods. Through these methods, we strive to feed as many hungry and needy people as we can each day:
Milestones reached to date
At ISKCON, we are trying our best to put food in front of every hungry person. But we cannot do it without your help. According to the Vedas, Anna Dana Maha Dana. Even the smallest donation you make will help us reach another hungry person. Your contribution will help us push forward and get more people who are in desperate need of food. Help us stand against hunger with your donations and gain virtue and blessings.
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