Let no child go to school hungry ever! 

Food from Our Hands to Theirs

Nourishing the next generation to become healthy & responsible citizens of the world.

Breakfast is the most important meal of the day. But not all children are fortunate to eat a healthy and nutritious breakfast. At Annapoorna, we strive to meet this nutrition gap. Hot and healthy breakfast is served to all children in our partner schools and the results have been very encouraging.

Breakfasts served till date
Children served hot & healthy breakfast everyday
Government Schools
Villagers now have access to clean drinking water

What we do

Our work doesn’t just end with serving nutritious breakfast to children. To ensure their good health and well-being, we focus on their holistic development.


Education should be for life and not just living. We complement the children’s academic curriculum by working with the school authorities and helping them integrate an ethos of human excellence as... Read more


With a focus on the 4Ds in children – Defects, Deficiencies, Diseases and Developmental Delays, our health screening camps contribute to the children’s health through timely detection, prevention, education and medical... Read more

Water & Sanitation

Access to clean drinking water and good sanitation is a basic human right. In schools and villages that lack these basic comforts, we execute drinking water projects and construct... Read more

The growth of the children starts with breakfast. There are thousands and thousands of children all around the world, who go to the school with just a glass of water as their breakfast. What will go inside their heads when their stomachs are having nothing inside them?
Sri Sathya Sai Baba

Sometimes we tend to forget the far-reaching impact of the breakfast programme on those that aren’t as actively involved in it. Be it a layman or a corporate or the city’s elite,  good work always finds appreciation, no matter what. 

1000+ Schools, 10 states & 4000+ volunteers & growing

Creating stories that inspire, influence and invigorate.

Being a volunteer at Annapoorna has been a very humbling as well as inspiring experience for me. Working at the grassroots level of our society, knowing that what we do is making a difference to many lives is a very gratifying feeling.

Dr Sai Lakshmi BM



Volunteering has changed my life for the better! This work has even helped my family bond better. My children now look forward to participate in the breakfast programme on weekends, and are happier and full of gratitude.                    

Ashish Bhardwaj

IT Professional


This work has given me a fantastic opportunity to make a meaningful difference to the lives of these children. The shy but friendly smiles and little hands delicately eating the meal has made the entire experience completely joyful and one that I look forward to every week.

Maheima Kapur



Success Stories

The true measure of our success is in the lives we touch forever. It is in the love our children receive when they are fed a well-cooked, tasty and healthy meal and the joy... Read More

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The Growth Story of Annapoorna

When individuals with a passion to make a difference join hands, nothing is really impossible. The growth story of Annapoorna is a testimony to what we can all achieve together, when we put our hearts and minds to it. In July 2012, a handful of us came together and started the breakfast programme. It was a humble beginning. We started serving breakfast at a school in Doddabele, near Bangalore, to about 50 children every morning. Little did we know that through such a simple act of kindness, we would be heralding the onset of a nutrition movement that would spread throughout the country and across the globe. Inspired by the work, soon more hands volunteered, more schools were adopted and as a result thousands of children now attend school on a full stomach! Read more


  • 2012

    The beginning
    1 Center
    10 Volunteers
    80 Children
  • 2013

    The second year
    2 Centers
    20 Volunteers
    130 Children
  • 2014

    The third year
    5 Centers
    40 Volunteers
    300 Children
    Karnataka, Andra Pradesh
  • 2015

    The fourth year
    90 Centers
    500 Volunteers
    7000 Children
    Karnataka, Andra Pradesh, Telangana, West Bengal
  • 2016

    The fifth year
    120 Centers
    600 Volunteers
    8000 Children
    Karnataka, Andra Pradesh, Telangana, West Bengal, Tamil Nadu, Kerala
  • 2017

    The sixth year
    1000 Schools
    4000+ Volunteers
    70000 Children
    Karnataka, Andra Pradesh, Telangana, West Bengal, Tamil Nadu, Kerala, Odisha, Haryana, Maharashtra