In 75 years of our independence, India has made extensive progress. We are the world’s fifth-largest economy, home to hundreds of unicorns, have successfully conducted many interplanetary missions, and have brought millions of people out of extreme poverty. From being a food-deficit country, we are now running one of the world’s most extensive food security programs.
Our governments have done a remarkable job over the years by implementing large-scale social welfare programs such as Poshan Abhiyan (National Nutrition Mission), Pradhan Mantri Garib Kalyan Yojana and Anganwadi services etc, across the nation.
While these and many other such developments are indicators of the stellar progress made, there are still challenges, such as child and maternal malnutrition, that need civil society interventions to supplement government efforts.
We’ve previously witnessed movements like Swachh Bharat Abhiyaan, Beti Bachao Beti Padhao and Global Citizen Festival that really made a dent through community mobilisation.
Towards this endeavour, we are pleased to announce the Zomato Feeding India Concert happening on 10th December 2022 in Mumbai. An annual event that will bring together promising impact makers, philanthropists, acclaimed celebrities and you – the citizens of India, who can make a big difference in supporting the fight against malnutrition. What’s better than to harness the unifying power of music to bring everyone together and spread awareness.
This year, joining us in the movement against hunger is one of the top global sensations – Post Malone, among other prominent music artists.
The Zomato Feeding India Concert will be the first of many such community-driven awareness events to help accelerate our government’s efforts towards achieving the Sustainable Development Goal (SDG) of Zero Hunger by 2030 in India. You can buy tickets from the Zomato app or on BookMyShow.
All donations pledged during the Zomato Feeding India Concert and profits (if any) would go towards the cause. With each ticket sold, 10 meals will be served to those in need.
What can you do? Please make your presence felt at the concert and take the first step towards making a difference. Spread the message, and take action. More actionables coming your way at the concert.
Till then, leaving you with a thought –
“How wonderful would it be if we all do our bit and make sure that we leave no one behind.”