TCWCT Provided 500 Hot Meals in Gajrawadi Slum, Vadodara

On October 15, 2017, The Children’s Welfare Charitable Trust (TCWCT), a Vadodara based 80G non-governmental organization, distributed hot meals to over 500 local disadvantaged people in Gajrawadi Slum Area, Vadodara in loving memory of the Late Shri. Induben Luhar and the Late Shri. Occhavlal Luhar.  

Under our Supplemental Nutrition Program, we provide a combination of hot meal delivery and commodity distribution in order to help provide reliable access to nutritious food especially focused on children and expectant mothers. Although food insecurity is harmful to any individual, it can be particularly devastating among children due to their increased vulnerability and the potential for long-term consequences.

“In a world of plenty, no one, not a single person, should go hungry. But almost 1 billion still do not have enough to eat. I want to see an end to hunger everywhere within my lifetime, said Raj K. Luhar, Chief Executive Officer of The Children’s Welfare Charitable Trust.  He continued, saying “The Children’s Welfare Charitable Trust continues to focus on building sustainable livelihoods and resilience, so that people are able to help themselves.”

TCWCT Provided 500 Hot Meals in Akota, Vadodara

On August 20, 2017, The Children’s Welfare Charitable Trust (TCWCT), a Vadodara based 80G non-governmental organization, distributed hot meals to over 500 local disadvantaged people in Akota, Vadodara in loving memory of the Late Shri. Premilaben Parikh and the Late Shri. Haskmukhbhai Parikh.  

Under our Supplemental Nutrition Program, we provide a combination of hot meal delivery and commodity distribution in order to help provide reliable access to nutritious food especially focused on children and expectant mothers. Although food insecurity is harmful to any individual, it can be particularly devastating among children due to their increased vulnerability and the potential for long-term consequences.

“In a world of plenty, no one, not a single person, should go hungry. But almost 1 billion still do not have enough to eat. I want to see an end to hunger everywhere within my lifetime, said Paritosh M. Upadhyay, Program Director of The Children’s Welfare Charitable Trust.  He continued, saying “The Children’s Welfare Charitable Trust continues to focus on building sustainable livelihoods and resilience, so that people are able to help themselves.”

TCWCT Provided 500 Hot Meals in Tulsiwadi, Vadodara

On July 30, 2017, The Children’s Welfare Charitable Trust (TCWCT), a Vadodara based 80G non-governmental organization, distributed hot meals to over 500 local disadvantaged people in Tulsiwadi, Vadodara with special thanks to our sponsors Rani and Veraaj Garachh.  In our Food Security program, we provide a combination of hot meal delivery and commodity distribution in order to help provide reliable access to nutritious food especially focused on children and expectant mothers. Although food insecurity is harmful to any individual, it can be particularly devastating among children due to their increased vulnerability and the potential for long-term consequences.

“In a world of plenty, no one, not a single person, should go hungry. But almost 1 billion still do not have enough to eat. I want to see an end to hunger everywhere within my lifetime, said Paritosh M. Upadhyay, Program Director of The Children’s Welfare Charitable Trust.  He continued, saying “The Children’s Welfare Charitable Trust continues to focus on building sustainable livelihoods and resilience, so that people are able to help themselves.”

TCWCT Provided 500 Hot Meals in Vadodara

The Children’s Welfare Charitable Trust (TCWCT), a Vadodara based 80G non-governmental organization, distributed hot meals to over 500 local disadvantaged people.  In our Food Security program, we provide a combination of hot meal delivery and commodity distribution in order to help provide reliable access to nutritious food especially focused on children and expectant mothers. Although food insecurity is harmful to any individual, it can be particularly devastating among children due to their increased vulnerability and the potential for long-term consequences.

The level of malnutrition is of great concern in India with over 40% of children being classified as undernourished.  “The relationship between nutrition, health and learning is undeniably strong. Research shows that nutrition in a child’s early years is linked to their health and academic performance in later years.” said Paritosh M. Upadhyay, Program Director of The Children’s Welfare Charitable Trust.  He continued, saying “The Children’s Welfare Charitable Trust continues to focus on building sustainable livelihoods and resilience, so that people are able to help themselves.”

TCWCT Provides Free Hot Meals in Vadodara

The Children’s Welfare Charitable Trust (TCWCT, a Vadodara based 80G non-governmental organization, distributed hot meals to over 400 local disadvantaged people.  in our Food Security Program, we provide a combination of hot meal delivery and commodity distribution in order to help provide reliable access to nutritious food, especially focused on children and expectant mothers.  Although food insecurity is harmful to any individual, it can be particularly devastating among children due to their increased vulnerability and the potential for long-term consequences.

The level of malnutrition is of great concern in India with over 40% of children being classified as undernourished.  “Poverty is a very complicated issue, but feeding a child isn’t,” said Maunish A. Upadhyay, Program Director of The Children’s Welfare Charitable Trust.  He continued, saying “The Children’s Welfare Charitable Trust continues to focus on building sustainable livelihoods and resilience, so that people are able to help themselves.”

TCWCT Provides Food Security in Vadodara

The Children’s Welfare Charitable Trust (TCWCT), a Vadodara based 80G non-governmental organization, takes great pride in announcing the launch of the Food Security initiative in Vadodara. At the launch of its event, TCWCT provided hot lunches to over 325 locally disadvantaged people focusing on children who are most at risk for malnutrition. The event which featured over 30 volunteers was successful in providing mid-day meals to those most in need.

The level of malnutrition is of great concern in India with over 40% of children being classified as undernourished. “Children remain the most vulnerable in terms of food insecurity and malnutrition in India,” said Rupal P. Shukla, Vice-President of The Children’s Welfare Charitable Trust. She continued, saying “The Children’s Welfare Charitable Trust will continue to address severe and moderate acute malnutrition, especially in areas of greatest need.”