ISKCON Food

Donation

ISKCON feed more than 3.9 crore meals during the lockdown and still counting…

Donate iskcon to Feed the Needy

help us to eradicate hunger

Your Smallest act of Charity can make a difference and bring smiles to their faces.

Donate 1,000 Meals

₹ 20,000

Donate 2,500 Meals

₹ 50,000

Donate 5,000 Meals

₹ 1,00,000

Donate 10,000 Meals

₹ 2,00,000

Donate 25,000 Meals

₹ 5,00,000

See how ISKCON make and distribute the food

Food for Needy

is one of the most extensive vegetarian food donation programs globally, serving millions of meals every day with projects in more than 60 countries.

Meals

food donation at iskcon delhi

In 1974, Srila Prabhupada

Indian Swami and founder of the Hare Krishna movement, had visited a village where he saw a group of village children fighting with street dogs over scraps of food.

This sight left him amazed and anguished. So he ordered his disciples to serve food to the needy people and said: “No one within ten miles of a temple should go hungry… I want you to begin serving food immediately.” Obeying his plea, members of ISKCON and volunteers around the globe started the Food Donation Programs aiming to serve the less-privileged individuals. Only a compassionate soul like you can understand the value of Anna-Daan Seva.

The COVID-19 pandemic has affected everyone’s life, especially the low-income families, daily wage labourers, and migrant workers. The Corona crisis has come with several challenges. One of these challenges is hunger which has widely affected the group mentioned above of society. However, with our collective endeavour, we can battle hunger. 

Donation benefits

etāvaj janma-sāphalyaṁ
dehinām iha dehiṣu
prāṇair arthair dhiyā vācā
śreya-ācaraṇaṁ sadā (BG 10.22.35)

Every living being should take the responsibility to perform welfare activities to benefit others with his life, wealth, intelligence, and words.

Donate Food at ISKCON Delhi
Food Donation in Delhi ISKCON
Food Donation Distribution at ISKCON Delhi
Nutritious Food donation by ISKCON Delhi

Donation is good karma, but food donation to the needy is mahadan (generous donation). Donating food to the needy makes the world a beautiful and a better place for people to live.

Donate food to the less-privileged people and experience the sense of serenity and tranquillity in your soul and a connection to GOD. If each of us does the same, nobody will sleep on an empty stomach.

ISKCON’s Kitchens in

cities, towns, and remote villages have jointly served over nine crore meals and food packets to the underprivileged sections of our society since the lockdown due to the COVID crisis.

We take proper care of hygiene and follow safety measures while cooking, packaging, and distributing food kits to the people.

Utilise this rare opportunity to receive the blessings of Sri Krishna. You can donate to ISKCON Food for Needy to ensure that no needy people sleep hungry.

Please step forward and donate under the ‘Food for Life’ program (all donations are tax exempted under 80G).

iskcon food donation kitchen

what devotees says

Join hands with ISKCON to support the less-privileged people for donating food. Offer a meal to strengthen them to combat the Corona crisis.

full of peace, away from stress, leaving your stree free life behind. A astonishing place in Delhi. Awesome in the beauty, sculptures, designs, cleanliness #Temple. May you ask why I’m giving 4* it’s simple ‘nothing is perfect(maybe not impressive for some). That’s the reason.

– Review on Google

Dharmesh Chauhan

Hare Rama hare Krishna hare Rama hare Krishna .. Always feel blessed here..must go here for peace..

– Review on Google

Dubey G

A must visit for everyone lives in Delhi or visiting Delhi.
The vibe will take you to a different level and i have no words to describe the aarti. The temple remain closed from 1 to 4 in the evening.
Do visit the govindam restaurant over there for delicious vaishnav food.

– Review on Google

Shubham Ghosh

Amazing experience…..
Don’t search too much about this place….Just pack your bags and go !!!

– Review on Google

Vatsalya Kumar Mishra

Nutritious Food

9 Cr Meals Worldwide