FischerJordan moderates another round-table discussion for our FAIR (Food Availability Improvement Resource) initiative, this time with representatives from our NGO partners in India.
Similar to the conversation with our U.S. partners, we talk about how they’re addressing the increasing demand for healthier food options, client relationships and needs brought on by the COVID pandemic, and the impact of rising global food costs for their organizations and region.
Represented in this discussion -
- Sona Sarovar Trust - Mumbai, Maharashtra
- Project Potential - Kishanganj, Bihar
- Meals of Happiness - Delhi
- Balajee Sewa Sansthan - Dehradun, Uttarakhand
- Gram Vikas Trust - Bharuch, Gujarat
- Uttishtha Foundation - Uttar Pradesh
FischerJordan’s FAIR initiative (Food Availability Improvement Resource) is our primary avenue for giving back to the communities where we operate. With FAIR, we’ve partnered with over a dozen volunteer-run, non-profit food pantries and food banks in the US, India, and Israel, supplying them with crucial food items directly to help provide food for those in need in a way that maximizes the impact of every dollar spent. Learn more at https://fischerjordan.com/communities
Recorded, edited, and published by Nathan Johnson for FischerJordan.