Annamrita Foundation is a secular non-for-profit organisation that strives to fight Poverty driven Hunger and school dropout in India.

Illiteracy and malnutrition – are the two undeniable conditions faced by India. While almost 35 million children between the age of 6-14 years fail to attend school, 34.7% of the children under the age of 5 years are stunted.Education is a tool empowering communities as well as individuals to turn around their lifestyles. Education has the potential to disrupt the inter-generational series of poverty. It acts as a great enabler, equipping individuals with skills and knowledge to engage in meaningful professions.

When addressing the concept of illiteracy in India, one of the first things that come to our mind is hunger. While many may question the connection between hungry and illiteracy, there is an undeniable link.
To eradicate hunger and illiteracy, the Government of India introduced the mid day meal scheme that feeds children at school-going age.At Annamrita, we strive to blend excellence into the mid day meal scheme. We believe that beyond just being fed, it is imperative that children get nutritious and wholesome meals. Through better nutrition, children can concentrate better while studying. And, with the promise of good food, the attendance in schools grows multifold.



People with the heart of giving can sponsor meals for government- and non-aided schools. Furthermore, they can use Tithi Bhoj to sponsor food for children on special days such as birthdays, anniversaries, and weddings.
We also believe that one can help us with more than just sponsoring. Your skills can be instrumental in changing lives. Also, spread the word among your friends and community. Together we can make the world a better place.Irrespective of whether you are an individual, a group, or a company, there is always new potential for doing good. And, we ensure that we create opportunities to do good.

If you are wondering which one is more important, then let us tell you – both are! While several might doubt the link between illiteracy and hunger, there’s an irrefutable link to it.And the government of India in association with several children NGOs is striving to resolve these conditions.Even today, millions of children go without food and remain out of school. These are significant social issues plaguing the modern-day nation, and effective actions are required.Let’s start with the individual importance!