The Hatune Foundation supports families with groceries
For I was hungry and you gave me something to eat.
We provide food parcels to needy families, containing rice, oil, sugar, flour and vegetables free of charge.
In 2005 the foundation reached an important milestone. With the support of the Indian government, local authorities and women groups, we managed to establish 10 aid centers that help more than 2,000 families, providing them the most basic necessities. The centers are located in the district of Kerala and along the Malabar Coast in the Southwest of India. These programmes have been running on a permanent basis since then.
In India alone, this food parcels help has been delivered to 5,300 families. Those families, that for reasons of age or health, cannot provide for themselves, are registered by our local partners as needy and qualify to take part in our different relief programs, without any discrimination on the basis of religion or ethnicity.
You can support a poor family with a food parcel, for only 6$, too.
Since the beginning of the war in Iraq and Syria, this food help provided by the Hatune Foundation has reached about 12,000 families, in countries like Iraq, Syria, Turkey, Jordan, Lebanon and Egypt. Linked to that help there is often financial aid, so that families can afford any type of housing – often just cellars – and do not have to live in the streets.
Other countries available for food supply are Nepal, Sri Lanka, Zimbabwe and Uganda. The monthly support fee there is 6-7 $ per family as well.