6,100+ children fought cancer with the help of our FoodHeals® Program.
We work in 30+ hospitals across 12+ states in India.
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Nutrition aid is as crucial as counselling.
Nutritional Supplements like PediaSure®, Pediagold & Threptin Biscuits and feeding tubes help children who are severely malnourished and may not have the time to only depend on a kitchen diet to improve their nutritional status.
Foods like eggs, bananas, dry fruits, ghee, milkshakes, peanut brittle and lassi are provided as healthy supplements to children admitted in the hospital, seeking treatment like chemotherapy at the out-patient department, or visiting for follow-ups.
A freshly prepared, nutritious, and hygienic hot meal helps children get through long waiting hours during hospital visits. Filled with the right amount of carbs, protein, and fat, it keeps parents and kids away from unsafe street food.
Our monthly ration bundles help feed a family of four while fulfilling 100% of the total caloric requirement for a child per day. Each bundle contains cereals, pulses, millets, nuts, oilseeds, ghee, oil, spices, condiments and basic personal hygiene products.
We conduct parent support group meets to educate caregivers and parents about nutrition and hygiene. Through cook-outs and workshops at the hospital, we engage parents to make the right food choices for their child and the whole family.
Innovations fueling our work.
The FoodHeals® App was designed to aid our nutritionists in their work, while simultaneously increasing the overall accuracy, consistency and efficiency of our program.
Take a sneak peek into the Cuddles diary.
When it comes to cancer, we take things personally. It’s why we know each of our kids’ stories and ease their parent’s worries. Or why we attract the brightest nutritionists with the warmest hearts.
A fighter, survivor and little troublemaker all rolled in one.
Meet Astha’s mom
A loving caregiver who’s making better food choices thanks to you.
Not all superheroes wear capes, some save the future in lab coats.