[GHHF] Annadanam continues in Tirupati

01 Jun 2020 269 Views

[GHHF] Annadanam continues in Tirupati

On 30th, we were honoured to participate in distribution of Annadana to the poor and needy people in Tirupati. Dr. Sundara Murty and Sri Subramany Yadav came to help our mission to feed the hungry. Reddappa, Subbanna, Hari, Ravi and many people volunteered to help serve the meals.

The demand for meals started increasing day by day since the end of April. We served about 300 people who lined up by 8:00 am. We are providing the meals in different locations in Tirupati.

On May 1st, Global Hindu Heritage Foundation (GHHF) volunteers started distributing Annadana packets to the poor, needy, and infirm individuals. Approximately 500 grams of a food item is packed and distributed. As many of you are aware that TTD was distributing food in Tirupati and nearby needy villages until recently. About a week ago, they discontinued. To fill the vacuum created by TTD, GHHF decides to do annadanam in certain areas and distribute them at their residences. As per guidelines, nobody is supposed to leave the house after 9:00 am. As you can see, they started distributing by 7:30 am and completed the distribution by 9:00 am. As per new guidelines, nobody is supposed to be on the streets after 9:00 am.

We also distributed about 1000masks for these people, banana, and water bottles.

Please visit http://www.savetemples.org as frequently as possible since we are going to update our activities in all six cities very frequently. All cities are either doing Annadana, feeding animals or serving Kashayam.

DONATIONS:

We would appreciate your donation to continue annadanam to the needy, poor, and tribals as well as animals.

Sponsor ONE day meals for $250.

PayPal Method: To donate visit our website. Click on the Donate button, then press the Purpose category and select Annadanam Category or General Donation category.

By Check: Or you can send a check payable to:
GHHF, 14726 Harmony Lane, Frisco TX 75035. It is tax-deductible.

www.Savetemples.org

For more information, call
601-918-7111

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