HAF partners with HungerMitao on #GivingTuesdayNow to provide meals during COVID-19 Pandemic - Hindu American Foundation
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HAF partners with HungerMitao on #GivingTuesdayNow to provide meals during COVID-19 Pandemic

By May 1, 2020 September 21st, 2020 One Comment

On Tuesday, May 5, otherwise known as #GivingTuesdayNow, two distinguished charities have come together to support one another — Hindu American Foundation (HAF) and HungerMitao. HAF is asking its family of loyal supporters and followers to help them raise $25,000, and will share a portion of the proceeds with HungerMitao.

HAF, a nonprofit educational and advocacy organization, focuses on educating the public about Hindus and Hinduism and advocating for policies and practices that ensure the well-being of all people and the planet. HungerMitao, founded by Raj and Aradhana Asava, works closely with the Feeding America network of food banks to provide more than 10 million meals across the U.S. Every day, there are millions of children and adults who do not get the meals they need to thrive, and HungerMitao is working to close that meal gap. In 2019, Raj and Aradhana Asava were named one of HAF’s Pride of the Community Award recipients.

This partnership of advocacy and fighting hunger comes at a time when food kitchens are struggling to provide for millions of families across the nation. HAF is proud to partner with HungerMitao to support those in need.

Whether you can donate $10 or $101, your contribution will make a difference. Support your national advocacy organization while feeding the hungry. You can donate to HAF on Tuesday, May 5 (or before)! Select ‘Giving Tuesday Now’ from the dropdown menu.

For more information about this HAF partnership or to discuss ways to give, please contact Seetha Aiyar, Senior Director of Philanthropic Partnerships at seetha@hinduamerican.org.

One Comment

  • Avinash Hari says:

    Dated: May 05, 2020

    Suhag Shukla
    Executive Director & HAF Co-Founder,
    Hindu American Foundation,
    Washington, DC. USA.

    Sub: Request for Covid-19 Relief Response for Disrimnated Hindu Minority
    Families of Karachi.

    Upgrade Minorities for Integrated Development (UMID) is a Non-governmental, Not for Profit civil society organization which is registered on 07th of August, 2007 as a rights-based and social services delivering organization for Pakistani Minorities.

    Since its inception, it enthusiastically, works together with poor, socially excluded and marginalized minorities to end poverty, hunger, injustice, discrimination and violation of their rights by society around them.

    It adopt the participatory rights-based approach through advocacy, lobbying and inducting mass-mobilized campaign for upgrading the rights and privileged of minorities by mobilizing civil society to carry out legislation and policy reform in order to create and provide peaceful coexistence where every minority gain its basic and fundamental rights and enjoy its life with dignity and freedom.

    Due to sudden outbreak of Coronavirus, the entire country especially Karachi city is locked down which resulted social disruption whereas everyone suffering from starvation especially most of minorities faces bias during relief aid distribution.

    So, in this regard you are requested for a Short Term Partnership under Sindh Covid-19 Relief Response by providing 500 Food Kits/Rashan Bags among 500 starved minority families of Karachi.

    Looking for forward for your genius support and cooperation.


    Avinash Hari
    President and Director Programs.

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