'Share your Plate' campaign to aid underprivileged kids

'Share your Plate' campaign, launched by online food delivery marketplace Foodpanda in association with Care India and Sakshi NGO, is aimed at generating cash and kind for underprivileged children.

New Delhi:'Share your Plate' campaign, launched by online food delivery marketplace Foodpanda in association with Care India and Sakshi NGO, is aimed at generating cash and kind for underprivileged children.

The month-long campaign has been launched to alleviate the problem of hunger which the deprived section of society has to deal with on a daily basis.

Foodpanda will be contributing by driving traffic to their website by promoting the campaign across all its platforms.

“Being a food delivery platform, we realise what hardships the underprivileged have to go through to afford one square meal a day. It is our constant endeavour to spread happiness through food and we wish to extend this belief to the needy sections of society as well," Saurabh Kochhar, CEO, Foodpanda, said in a statement.

"We want to send out a message of hope through our humble contribution to the efforts of both Care India and Sakshi NGO who are working in this direction," he added.

Additionally, Foodpanda has made monetary contributions to Sakshi NGO, and it had also internally collected clothes for children, which were handed over to the organisation at one of its branches here on World Hunger Day on Thursday.

Besides this, food packets and beverages were distributed among the children in collaboration with Chaayos, a Foodpanda partner vendor.

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