We are following CCC (Corporation-Community-Corporate) model for successful implementation of project at all levels,
- Corporation (Government) – Provides permission & free storage space
- Community – Donors, beneficiaries, volunteers and organizations
- Corporate – Supporting with resources such as vehicle, vessels and recurring expenses
The model involves the following dedicated resources to work on our defined objectives,
National Level Helpline
Food Recovery Vechicles
Food Recovery Vessels
Website & App
We have simplified the process of food recovery with an innovative four step process, so donors can easily make social, environmental and financial change in their choice to feed the needy.
A centralized student volunteers run call centre is being operated in Coimbatore with the helpline number 90877 90877. Any donor with excess food in the cities we are operating can approach the helpline to share food with needy.
The collected information is then passed on to coordinators and field team of respective cities instantly to arrange for a pick-up service. The field team visits the donors place and do a food safety check based on our standard regulations. Safe and consumable food items are recovered for distribution.
Hunger Spots are the areas where needy people dwell in communities which are primarily Slums, Orphanages, Shelter Homes, Old age homes, and Homeless people. These hunger spots are pre-identified in all the cities of our operation through detailed field survey and mobile application. Once a food is picked, the very nearest hunger spot is located for food distribution based on the food quantity available.
The team reaches the marked hunger spot and recovered food is served to needy people. We have also identified volunteers from hunger spots to support and represent as ambassadors. This cycle repeats for every food call.