North Texas Food Bank's Indian American Council Completes Target of Million Meal March

With a rally cry of "Hunger Mitao" and a campaign of "Million Meal March," the Indian American Council (IAC) for North Texas Food Bank surpassed its first-year goal of funding one million meals for hungry neighbors across North Texas. The IAC branch for the food bank was established on Sept. 29, 2017 to raise awareness, improve engagement, as well as channel resources and contributions of the Indian-American community towards NTFB's mission. "We have ambitious goals for the Indian American Council, and with the first million-meal milestone behind us, we know there is much more to be done to feed hungry children, seniors, and families in North Texas." said Raj Asava council co-founder. "Our Million Meal March doesn't end here; this is just the beginning of many million meals that will be enabled by the Indian American Community." Trisha Cunningham, president and CEO of the North Texas Food Bank said: "North Texas Food Bank is appreciative of the Indian American Council's commitment to fighting hunger and supporting families in need in our community. Together, we are one step closer to reaching our goal of providing 92 million meals by 2025."

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