Hunger  India Project #37344

Soup of Hope for the winters

A microproject by Responsenet Development Services Vetted since 2015 Effective Nonprofit
Soup of Hope for the winters

Summary

As the Winter cold sets in the homeless and poorer homes in urban slums need your help. They lack warm food, warm clothes and warm shelters to face the severe winter. They struggle for everyday meals and we need your help to support them with warm soup, warm clothes and warm blankets. We believe that a timely BOWL of SOUP can help lives during this most challenging time of the year. Donate A Soup of Hope

$100
total raised
1
donor
0
monthly donors
5
months

Challenge

Thousands of homeless and poor on the streets suffer during the chilling winters that they live through on the streets. This is when they are prone the most with low immunity and harsh environments. Food, Clothes, Shelter, warm water and toilet access is many times live saving.

Solution

With a connect over over 39 feeding sites for the poor we have we will implementing an outreach through these centres to provide access to at least a bowl of soup and work towards the clothing, shelter and toilet access.

Long-Term Impact

Preventing long term health impacts to the poor and homeless who have low immunity to fight the winter cold.

Resources

http:/​/​responsenet.org/​
Delhi FoodBanking India

Organization Information

Responsenet Development Services

Location: NEW DELHI - India
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Twitter: @responsenetds
Project Leader:
Kuldip Nar
NEW DELHI, India

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