World Vegan Vision & Hunger Free Zone feed Baltimore’s hungry

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Nitin Vyas, World Vegan Vision public relations director(holding microphone) and Baltimore ISKCON President Nilmadhava, Sakirtan Prabhu, Wayne Roy, senior coordinator, donors Dipak & Dharmishta Patel, Shreyas panchighar, pose for photos (March 28, 2021) while distributing food to the hungry in Baltimore, an event that takes place every Sunday. World Vegan Vision and Hunger Free Zone carried out this project. Photos: World Vegan Vision.

One in four people in Baltimore city are struggling with hunger and food insecurity. With the Coronavirus pandemic and the closing of local schools and businesses, the need to provide food for those in need is vital, says a press release from World Vegan Vision, a New Jersey based organization.

On Sunday, March 28, 2021, Hunger Free Zone celebrated the continuation of the mission set forth by AC Bhaktivedanta Swami, the founder of ISKCON Baltimore & World Vegan Vision mission set forth by Founder H.K & Malti Shah.

Hunger Free Zone is part of a global network of food for life feeding millions of people across the world for several decades. The Baltimore chapter began working in the community in December of 2020.

World Vegan Vision, a non-profit organization established in 1992, has five chapters in United States and India, promoting the healthy vegan way of life, the press release said.

Food truck used during the feeding of hungry in Baltimore by World Vegan Vision and Hunger Free Zone March 28, 2021. Photo World Vegan Vision

World Vegan Vision & The Baltimore chapter of Hunger Free Zone feed over 1,000 people each week. Their mission is to promote veganism and systematically propagate spiritual consciousness  in Baltimore, organizers said.

The food provided is fresh, delicious, highly nutritious and world class according to the press release, which added that the goal is to put an end to poverty with a mission to ensure everyone and everything within the community works collaborative to create a better future.

Hunger Free Zone & World Vegan Vision  have partners that include food truck donors Dipak & Dharmishta Patel,  leading rice brand Royal Basmati Rice,  community leaders Kaushik Vyas, SSAI’s Dr. Sunil Parikh & Team, Shreyash Panchighar Baltimore, Covid -19 Niren Chaudhary, Sanjeev & Rupinder ji, Mukund Thakkar, Dipak Shah ,Piyush patel, Padma Shri H.R Shah( Tv asia) Kenny Desai , Padmashri Dr, Sudhir Parikh (News India Media), Sunil Hali ( Indian Eye),  WBFF Fox 45, Manna Tv, Indian  Panorama News Paper,Indus Tv , The South Asian Times , India Post, Tiranga , Masala Junction, activists, business leaders and volunteers working together to fight hunger and food insecurity in Baltimore and around the world.

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