Join with IFSA as a Food Recovery Partner!

  • To Feed needy and in-distress people through joint efforts
  • To Extend reach to make new networks to improve the food recovery capacity through Standard Operating Procedures (SOPs)
  • To Get all necessary support and tie up with hotels, caterers and their associations for enhancing the reach and scale of operations
  • To Use common technology platform, mobile app, dedicated helpline, common dashboard for end to end process, monitoring and review of the same

The following are the partnered food recovery organisations

Gautam Gambhir Foundation (GGF)

The Gautam Gambhir Foundation (GGF) was launched by cricketer Gautam Gambhir in the year 2014.GGF's campaign, Ek-Asha, was successful in setting up the first community kitchen in Patel Nagar. On the inaugural day of the kitchen, Gambhir himself supervised the operations and served the poor free of cost. GGF also focuses on environmental issues.It has launched several campaigns in the past three years aimed at improving the lives of people in different sections of the society.  

Rasoi On Wheels

Rasoi On Wheels, as the name suggests, is a mobile kitchen service that is providing healthy, nutritious, tasty, wholesome, hygienic packed meal boxes which are served to the less privileged section of our society. These meal boxes are ideally suited for distribution amongst the needy at vantage places like slums, orphanages, old age homes, schools, hospitals & any other places since the hungry & less privileged are everywhere.  

Food Security Foundation India - India Food Banking Network

India Food Banking Network (IFBN) is the flagship program of Food Security Foundation India, a not-for-profit registered on 17th June 2011. They distribute food products and meals through a network of community based organizations or NGOs that run institutional feeding programs. These include feeding programs at schools for underprivileged children, homeless shelters, old age homes, after-school programs, orphanages, charitable hospitals and other programs for the needy. IFBN is bringing together the government, private sector, and NGOs in multi-stakeholder partnerships to establish a network of Food Banks to systematically capture non-perishable packaged food from food companies and channelize it to the institutional feeding programs.  

No Food Waste

No Food Waste is a Not-for-profit Organization started in Coimbatore on October 16, 2014 on World Food Day with the focus area of reducing and managing food waste and with the vision of making the "World Hunger-Free". They are an edible food recovery and food waste management organization recovering the surplus untouched excess foods from weddings, parties and other events and feeding the hungry and needy people through dedicated food recovery vehicles, vessels, Helpline number and mobile application connected by Standard Operating Procedures. As food waste is becoming a global concern, they are working in alignment with the United Nations (U.N) Sustainable Development Goals (MDG) of eliminating hunger and poverty. Along with food collection and distribution, they are creating awareness in communities, educational institutions about "Food Waste" with support from like-minded volunteers to sensitize people about the importance and value of food.  


ANNAKSHETRA, established in November 2010, is a non-profit organization at Jaipur, Rajasthan. They collect unused surplus food and make it available to those in need through a network of volunteers. During the last three years, they have recoveredand redistributed more than 3 Million meals, without charging anything from the donor or the beneficiaries.  

Feeding India

Feeding India is a not-for-profit social enterprise started in 2014, which aims to solve the problem of hunger and malnutrition in the country. They channelize excess food from events, restaurants, weddings, corporates, etc. to beneficiaries in need and run sustained feeding programs through their own kitchens. Feeding India works with a network of 3,500 volunteers in 45+ cities of India and has served 5 million meals to people in need.  

Robin Hood Army

The Robin Hood Army is a volunteer based organization that works to get surplus food from restaurants to the less fortunate sections of society. The organization consists of over 8,500 volunteers spread across 41 cities, who have served 1.9 million people over the last two years. The volunteers are largely young working professionals and student who undertake this in their free time.  

Roti Bank

Primary aim of Roti Bank is to satiate the hunger of people.We collect left-over and excess food from the houses and function to provide food to the starving people.We believe that one day we will finally reach a stage where no one is devoid of basic food at least twice a day.  


GiveAway is an Indian public-benefit enterprise which has built a global crowdfunding platform focused on channelising product donations to the needy. It is an online and mobile interface to connect donors-to-verified beneficiaries where anyone from across the globe will be able to donate a range of essentials/products to the needy. This is done by providing a trusted platform where donors will be able to track the impact of their contributions. They are an online marketplace playing the role of facilitator between the haves and have-not's. They use technology to source donations from any corner of the world and use our expertise in building "need databases" to ensure the right target mass is served.

Mera Parivar

To make it really simple, a food bank is a place where companies or people can come to deposit or donate their unused or unwanted food which will then be collected and allocated to the needy through a network of member beneficiaries such as NGOs Children& migrant families in urban slum.  

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