Our partners like the Infosys Foundation play a crucial role in helping further our cause of providing food for education to children in India. Our combined knowledge, resources and passion form the basis of a strong Public-Private Partnership model that is very effective in combating classroom hunger in the country.

Our partners have supported us in numerous ways, from providing generous financial assistance and corporate expertise, to being staunch public champions of this worthy cause. Their involvement in helping us scale up and sustain our mid-day meal programme to reach more children with our nutritious mid-day meal has been invaluable.

We are extremely blessed to have such strong advocates for our dream of ending child hunger in India.


We are pleased to partner with - a new educational website launched to help students perfect their curriculum. will reach out to all the Akshaya Patra schools where we run our mid-day meal programme.

Learning through structured, comprehensive worksheets is one key way to develop children’s understanding of subject matter, and the educational website is meant for parents, teachers, and students in grade 1 to 6 all over the world, offering thousands of printable work sheets. The worksheets focus to strengthen the fundamentals and basics in subjects like Mathematics, English, Science, Activities and GK, with a complete curriculum covering US, UK, Singapore, IB, ICSE, and states board syllabus of most states, with contents added regularly.

Over 5000 worksheets in are organized grade wise in a quick, easy and cost effective way, giving working parents and busy teachers easy access to global contentsRead More


Lions Clubs International (India) extends support to Akshaya Patra.We are pleased to announce our partnership with Lions Clubs International (India). The service club organisation will provide funding to Akshaya Patra to feed 1,00,000 children in India with wholesome meals through the Foundation’s mid-day meal programme.  Lions Clubs International, with a motto 'We Serve', is celebrating 100 years of existence. In the centennial year, Lions Clubs in India have pledged to support our Foundation’s mission to provide nutritious mid-day meals to school-going children under its programme ‘Fight Against Hunger’.

With 46,700 clubs and 1.4 million members across 210 countries, Lions Clubs is the world’s largest service club organisation. The Lions Clubs mission is to empower volunteers to serve their communities, meet humanitarian needs, encourage peace and promote international understanding. India is the second-largest and fastest growing community of Lions Clubs volunteers in the world. The organisation established its presence in India in 1956 and today has 2,40,000 members across 6,400 Clubs.


“Landmark Group has partnered with The Akshaya Patra Foundation for providing Mid-Day Meal to 10,000 Children under their ‘Eat Healthy’ Program. These Children are enrolled in Government Schools at Guntur, Hubli and Visakhapatnam. The Program will support the provision of Mid-Day Meal for these children for a year starting from April 01, 2016. The program is part of the Landmark Group’s larger Social Initiatives in India.

Landmark Group is one among the largest retail conglomerate of the world having its presence in 120 cities of India through Lifestyle, Max Retail, Splash, Home Centre, Easybuy and Spar Hypermarket Outlets.”


We are very happy to present our partnership with the OneWorld Foundation (OWF), Bulgaria. OWF has funded a year-round programme for mid-day meals for 620 school children in a school (ZPHS Nadupuru) in Visakhapatnam, Andhra Pradesh.

OWF was founded by Dr Ruja Ignatova to support children’s right to education and self-improvement, and to give them further opportunities to develop. Their mission is to empower children to reach their potential through education and long-term support. Like us, they believe that children and youth must have equal access to quality education. OWF works to provide vulnerable children with the opportunity to develop their knowledge, talents and skills.


We are pleased to present our partnership with General Industrial Controls Private Ltd. The company has donated Rs 5,50,000 to our Foundation.

With over 40 years of experience in control, automation and instrumentation, General Industrial Controls was the first company in India to launch time switches and timers. The acclaimed firm has received numerous awards over the years, including the Parkhe Award by the Mahratta Chamber of Commerce and Industries, Project Uptech award by the State Bank of India and the Quality Award instituted by Entrepreneurs’ International, among others. 


The Jewelley Channel is a fully own subsidiary of the VGL group of companies and has grown to become one of the largest jewellery retailers in the UK, and a popular brand amongst those who love luxury.

Launched on 4th April 2006, our TV Shopping Network now broadcasts to over 30 million homes across the UK and Republic of Ireland. TJC is a respected member of the jewellery industry worldwide – we are affiliated to The British Jewellers Association (BJA), the Thai Gem & Jewellery Traders Association, The Jewellers Board of Trade and the International Coloured Gemstone Association. 

Alongside financial and economical aspirations, TJC is also committed to give something back to the society. Hence we have collaborated with Akshay Patra since January 2015 to initiate a mid-day meal programme for under privileged children. We are covering 14186+ students in a day which converts to around 354K lunches in a month for the students.


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