Malabar Group scales up hunger-free world programme; to distribute 51,000 nutritious food packets

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Bengaluru, May 28: ‘Hunger-Free World’, the ongoing CSR programme by Malabar Group to provide nutritious daily meals to the needy, will be expanded to cover more people and cities.

At present, as many as 31,000 food packets are distributed under the ambitious programme, initiated to support the United Nations' Sustainable Development Goal 2 - Zero Hunger. As part of scaling up, Malabar Charitable Trust takes care of 51,000 people’s meals per day and nearly 18.6 million meals per year at 71 locations globally.

The expansion plan was officially flagged off by Rohini K, deputy director, department of Information and public relations, at the World Hunger Day observance event held on Tuesday, May 28, at Malabar Gold & Diamonds M G Road Store.

The event was presided by Filsor Babu, Karnataka regional head unveiled the event by welcome speech. The inaugural speech & hunger free world new plan announcement was made by Rohini K, deputy director, department of information and public relations. Jacob, chief human resource officer, Malabar Group delivered the vote of thanks. The programme focuses on reaching out to individuals in need, especially those living on the streets as they are provided with meals and their well-being is ensured.

The company's CSR activities have brought impact in reaching people and bringing positive changes in Karnataka. The hunger-free world project was initiated at Karnataka in 2023.

"We are actively providing one meal per day nearly to 4,450, people and hereafter we are announcing 7,167 people’s meal per day and around 26,15,955 meals per year at 12 locations across Karnataka," the company said in a statement.



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