Bhubaneswar MP Aparajita Sarangi launched ‘Annapurna’ that will provide free food to needy people and even work for the poor to become self-sufficient in food. The trust endeavors to annihilate hunger from society and will work in Bhubaneswar and slowly will prolong the services to other parts of Odisha.
Along with the five organizations, ‘Annapurna’ trust has been formed. Those organizations are-Rotary International District 3262, So Am I Foundation, Umesh Khandelwal Foundation, Youth for Action, and Art of Living Foundation.
MP Aparajita Sarangi who is the chief advisor of the trust stated that this initiative will help to give healthy food to the people who are in need and also will work the empowering them to battle hunger. All the meals will be served to them on time and will also ensure that only healthy and hygienic food is provided to the poor people.
As per the reports last year in November a survey was conducted in public areas like – railway stations, bus stand, markets, and temple peripheries to find out how many people are deprived of food. After the survey funds were raised to provide a meal to them free of cost.
With donors from and outside Odisha, the trust was able to collect around 40 Lakhs for the initiative.
During the launch of ‘Annapurna’ trust, many people were presented to lend their support. Chidatmika Khatua from So Am I, Debasis Nayak from Youth For Action, Bholanath Jena from Art of Living, Umesh Khandelwal and Rotary district governor SR Mishra were present during the launch. Even the logo for ‘Annapurna’ trust was also unrevealed by the guests to the public.
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