FAQs on Anadhanam

Do you wish to join Anadhanam and solve hunger problems? Know the answers to the most
asked questions related to how you want to embark on this journey of service with us!

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some commonly used terms:

  • Anadhanam : is a Sanskrit word for the practice of providing free food to those in need.
  • Donation : A contribution given to support a cause, individual, or organization, usually in the form of funds, goods, or services.
  • Volunteering : Offering one's time and skills for free to support a cause or organization without receiving financial compensation.
  • Food Drive : A coordinated effort to collect and distribute food to individuals or families facing food insecurity.
  • Outreach Program : Initiatives designed to reach and provide support or services to individuals or communities in need, often involving education, healthcare, or other essential services.
  • Hunger Hotspot : A geographical area or region where a significant portion of the population experiences severe food insecurity or lacks regular access to nutritious food. Anadhanam.org identifies and focuses its efforts on addressing hunger hotspots by providing meals or support to the affected.
  • Blockchain technology : A decentralized and secure digital ledger technology that stores information in a chain of blocks. It provides a transparent and tamper-proof record of transactions or data. In the context of Anadhanam.org, blockchain might be used to ensure transparency and traceability in donation records or to securely manage and track the distribution of funds, ensuring that contributions reach the intended beneficiaries efficiently and transparently.