Big FM partners Robin Hood army for a hunger-free nation

Tuesday 04 December, 2018


Indian network Big FM, along with Robin Hood Army will be marking the Human Rights Day via its social initiative #NoKhaliPet, which aims to feed 100,000 underprivileged people across the country.

Robin Hood army is a volunteer-based organisation that serves less fortunate people by collecting surplus food from restaurants and the community and is encouraging people to come forward and support the cause.

The campaign, which kickstarted on December 3 across the network’s 59 stations, is spread over nine days and will conclude on the day of Human Rights Day, December 10.

Listeners can be a part of the campaign and contribute their bit by sending information to the Robin Hood Army on their Facebook page regarding excess food in hotels, banquets, caterers, upcoming wedding to collect food as well as regarding donation of raw grains, legumes and pulses.

Big FM presenters from 59 radio stations will be visiting the local chapter of Robin Hood Army, engaging with listeners who have been working towards this cause in the city.

A spokesperson from the network said: "We have always been at the forefront of creating campaigns not only for the entertainment of our listeners but also those which gives impetus to the growth in our society. This hard-hitting campaign aims to reinforce the reality of the prevalent challenge and encourage our listeners to make a difference."

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