Food Bank For New York City’s Indian American Council was formed to raise awareness, improve engagement, and channel resources and contributions of NYC’s Indian American community towards Food Bank’s mission to end hunger across the five boroughs. Heading the council are Co-Chair Payal Sharma, Managing Partner of Baar Baar restaurant, and Founders and Advisors, Raj Asava and Aradhana “Anna” Asava.

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New Yorkers March to Hunger Mitao!

Hunger Mitao means “Wipe Out Hunger!” and has become the Indian American Council’s rally cry as they work to mobilize the Indian American community around the problem of hunger here in New York City. The IAC has launched an ambitious Million Meal March campaign to help Food Bank provide more meals to our neighbors in need. Help us march toward our goal by joining the Hunger Mitao movement in one of the impactful ways below!

Get Involved Today

Food Bank’s Indian American Council invites ALL New Yorkers – individuals and businesses alike – to partner with us as we work to wipe out hunger together! Scroll below for ways to get involved today. For more information, including more ways to get involved, contact Lamont Wray, Manager, Individual Giving by email at iac@foodbanknyc.org or by phone at 212.566.7855 x8337.

JOIN OUR GIVING CIRCLES

Individuals and Corporations are invited to join the “Hunger Mitao!” movement and make a sustainable impact through a three-year commitment at one of the Giving Circles offered below. You can donate online or by phone at 212.566.7855 x8337.

platinum circle

$20,000 over three years

diamond circle

$15,000 over three years

gold circle

$10,000 fulfilled over three years through monthly gifts

silver circle

$5,000 fulfilled over three years through monthly gifts

bronze circle

$2,000 fulfilled over three years through monthly gifts

Click below to learn how you can make a sustainable impact by joining Food Bank’s Indian American Council at a Giving Circle level. Food Bank will reach out directly to you to provide more information.

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