Date(s) - 07/10/2018
8:00 am - 9:00 am
Phone No - firstname.lastname@example.org
Owner Name - Indian Pluralism Foundation
32, Gorachand Rd, Beniapukur, Kolkata, West Bengal 700014 Kolkata West Bengal 700014 India
Our Faiths Against Hunger project at Indian Pluralism is not only helping to feed the hungry, but is also working to create awareness and spread a silent dialogue of understanding, compassion, and nurture communal harmony.Anyone is welcome to volunteer regardless of his or her faith and work towards promoting interfaith dialogues and building bonds of compassion to serve humanity.
At Indian Pluralism Foundation, our volunteers come from various backgrounds and walks of life and are working towards one goal and that is ‘to feed the hungry’.
Our definition of hunger is simple, ‘if a person does not know where his/her next meal is coming from, then he/she is considered hungry.’
Indian Pluralism Foundation
a network of different faiths interacting together to provide the means and the path to self-sufficiency for those living in poverty.
“Faiths Against Hunger” is a movement created by Indian Pluralism Foundation with a network of volunteer communities working in tandem to break the bonds of poverty.We believe in celebrating our differences of caste, creed, conviction, class, colour, culture, cuisine, costume and custom to unite for a common cause to serve humanity .Hunger has no Religion or Nationality.