Ending child deaths from malnutrition in our generation is within our grasp. This goal is not just one of the great moral imperatives of our time; it is also one of the best investments we can make for India’s future: it is estimated that the economic loss due to malnutrition in India by 2030 is 46 billion dollars. Together we can put an end to hunger in India.


You can become our corporate partner by donating for our life-saving work. Donations from businesses and their employees can help save lives. At the same time, companies that collaborate with Action Against Hunger also benefit from their commitment to our cause. Action Against Hunger views our cooperation with businesses as a sustainable partnership. We take the time to understand the needs of your business, so that we can make our partnership as successful as possible. We can also support you with ideas on how to get your employees involved as much as possible, such as engaging your employees with employee fundraising or a payroll giving program, engaging your customers through a cause-related marketing program, support one of our programs in the field by funding it or sponsoring Action Against Hunger events or specific activities.

As per the Companies Act 2013, Corporate Social Responsibility spending is now mandatory for companies achieving a threshold level of Net profit or Annual Turnover. Companies will be ranked on the basis of their efforts and spending towards social welfare schemes. Action Against Hunger offers you the opportunity to build your CSR strategy in saving children’s lives.

Our Corporate Donors:


Max India Foundation

Samsara Capital

Godrej Industries

India Value Fund

Franklin Templeton


BNP Paribas

Credit Agricole

Credit Suisse

ApurvaNatvar Parikh Group


C.W. Downer & Co.

Godrej Foundation

Please contact Melwyn Sequeira to discuss this further.
+91 22-2407 5009


You can choose Action Against Hunger as a beneficiary NGO to receive contribution through your employee’s payroll giving program and support one of our projects.

Join us in our fight against hunger and help us save lives of millions of children suffering from acute malnutrition.

We have an FCRA registration for foreign currency transactions. Any donation is eligible under section 80-G of the Income Tax Act 1961 and enables donors to claim a tax write off of 50% of the amount donated.


You can participate in Standard Chartered Mumbai Marathon as a corporate team of 15, 20 or 40 members and support Action Against Hunger as your charity partner.

We are registered under section 25 of the Companies Act, 1956 and under the Foreign Contributions Regulation Act (FCRA) for receipt of foreign donations. Your contribution for the marathon will be eligible for 50% tax benefit under section 80-G of the Income Tax Act, 1961.