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“Hunger in India is not a consequence of not producing enough food. It is a consequence of very many people not having enough money to spend on food, sometimes even for bare sustenance.” 


194.4 million are undernourished

20.8% of children under 5 are underweight

37.9% of children under 5 years are stunted

103rd rank in Global Hunger Index 2018

1 in 4 children malnourished.


Half of Jharkhand’s 3-crore-plus population does not have

enough food and over one-fourth of the state’s households — 26 per cent — can have only two meals in a day.

Shocking statistics like these about a state already tainted

by 14 alleged starvation deaths in a year were revealed on Thursday by the Global Hunger Index 2018 report prepared jointly by global NGOs Concern Worldwide (Ireland) and Welthungerhilfe (Germany), in which India was ranked

103rd out of 119 countries.


Therefore, based on our sincere passion for NO FOOD WASTE, we have decided to set up. The JEEVANDAYINI FOUNDATION - Food Bank to help out to

feed people who are starring for food by making 

available the excess food/remaining food during marriages and other function.



Food Bank Ranchi strives to bridge the gap in the Corporate market by collecting surplus food in the market and providing it to Children and people in need of food. (food collection from INDIVIDUALS , DINNER, WEDDING PARTY FRESH FOODS.

Target Donors                   

• Food companies                  

• Retailers                    

• Hotel,

• Restaurant                    

• Home consumers                     

• Corporate, BPO,

Wedding Party, Kitty Party


Target Beneficiaries


• School Children                  

• Labor shed                  

• Poor migrant families


How It Works

There are many different models. However, JEEVANDAYINI FOUNDATION food bank works is typically one food bank in a city which runs a that serves as a single collection and distribution point for food donations. A JEEVANDAYINI FOUNDATION food bank operates a lot like non profit food distributor, but in this case, it distributes food to charities, not to food retailers.

The largest portion of donated food comes from food left over from the normal processes of for-profit

companies. This food can come from any part of the food chain, such as from

# Organisation / Organiser description with address and contact information

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