71st Republic Day Celebration with Children Charity in India

We are in the 71st year of regulation of The Indian Constitution. It is the day when we reminisce the historic moment when the Constitution of India came into force. For all the people back in the year 1950, it meant something more than Republic Day, it meant – Complete Freedom.

The freedom to express yourself, freedom to exercise your duties, freedom to serve people of your country, freedom to donate online towards a cause, freedom to volunteer in activities, etc. gives so much meaning to our lives. We are basically exercising our literal selves of being Human and feeling what Humanity is.

In our own small or big ways, we all can do something towards the betterment of the Nation. For instance, donating towards an organization or NGO in India can potentially impact thousands and lakhs of people across the country. And there are approximately 3.2 million registered NGOs in India working for causes ranging from human to environment, health to education, skill development to economic transformation and much more.

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Which registered NGO can you donate your money to?

The Akshaya Patra Foundation is registered as a not-for-profit organisation under the Indian Trusts Act, 1882. It has continuously been working towards providing school meals to children since its inception. It has come a long way from feeding 1,500 children in the year 2000 to feeding over 1.8 million children till today.

It implements the Mid-Day Meals Scheme and provides wholesome school meals in 16,856 Government and Government-aided schools spread across 12 States and 2 Union Territories in India. It serves healthy and nutritious meals that are location specific and palatable by school children. It serves different items on every day in a cyclical order so that children can get the right amount of nutrition and also get a variety of food items on their plates. The kitchens from the Foundation serve different dishes in different states. For example – It serves Bendekai pulsu curry in Andhra Pradesh, Leaf pappu and cucumber Pappu in Telangana, Aloo soyabadi in Chhattisgarh, Dal Dhokli in Gujarat, Bisibelebath in Karnataka, Thepla in Rajasthan, etc.

All the dishes on the menu ensure overall development of school children. This Republic Day you can make a difference by exercising your freedom to donate, support and help children in bringing their dreams to fruition.

This Republic Day, celebrate with Akshaya Patra!

Share your patriotism with 1.8 million children!

Feed for their future & save tax!

We, the people of India Creating Equal Opportunities

Independence to Republic Day: In 1930, The Indian National Congress christened January 26th, that is the last Sunday of January as Independence Day. However, it took us more than 17 years to become independent after that. On January 26th, 1950, it was named as the Republic Day. On this day, India’s constitution came into effect. 

The Republic day 2017 marks 68 years of officially being a Republic. As we continue to build our nation one step at a time, let us pledge to make a difference. As we remember the birth of our constitution and recite our preamble, let us believe in creating a healthy community. As we talk about equal opportunities for all, let us ensure that equal opportunities reach those in need.

Achieve Zero Hunger

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Quality Education

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Empower One Another

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Transform Lives

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Make a Difference

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We hope your Republic Day celebration begins by feeding the hungry to create a healthy India. Happy Republic Day!