The International Society for Krishna Consciousness (ISKCON) is doing its part to combat world hunger. In the last three decades, ISKCON ’s “Hare Krishna Food for Life” program has served more than 300 million hot, nutritious, vegetarian meals to the disadvantaged throughout America, Asia, Africa, Australia and Europe.
In 1974, seeing street children rummaging through garbage for something to eat, ISKCON founder A.C. Bhaktivedanta Swami Prabhupada was moved to tears and instructed his followers that no one within a ten-mile radius of any Krishna temple should go hungry. Today, the program includes free food restaurants, mobile kitchens, and emergency relief services, and distributes upwards of 400,000 free vegetarian meals per day to needy people in more than 60 countries.
“Too much grief and despair in the world is caused by hunger,” says Australian born Priyavrata Dasa, international coordinator of Food for Life. “Krishna devotees are dedicated to bring people hope by distributing healthy and sanctified foods.”
If you would like to contribute towards Annadan at ISKCON Medchal on your selected day, you may choose any of the following services or if not any choice of your selection.
Raj Bhoga -prasada-seva: Feed 100 pilgrims perpetually on one day by donating Rs. 31,000/-
One time seva: Feed 100 pilgrims once on one day by donating Rs. 2,000/-
For more details on Annadan Seva, please call Srivatsa Das at 94400 57263