The South African food chain has tied up with Robin Hood Army todeliver nutritious meals across slums
Nando’s, the South African restaurant chain that is known for its world-famous flame-grilled PERi-PERi chicken, has joined hands with the volunteer-based zero-funds Robin Hood Army to provide 25,000 fresh, chicken meals to the needy across the slums of Bangalore and Delhi.
This month-long social initiative, that has been successfully running since July 15, 2020, and will continue until August 15, 2020, is serving socially vulnerable people with nutritious Nando’s meals. Globally a brand, Nando’s has been actively involved in social initiatives to contribute their little bit in giving back to the society.
“As a brand, we believe in ‘Changing Lives Together’. The current crisis hasn’t been very kind to the vulnerable. Out of the 2,000 meals we’ve distributed over the last four days, 70% have been given to daily wage workers who lost their means of livelihood during the COVID-19 pandemic. We feel that if a worker can have one fresh, hot, nutritious meal a day especially when he doesn’t know where his next meal will come from, then we have reduced his worry considerably. We couldn’t have asked for a better partner than the Robin Hood Army to feed the needy. The selfless passion of their on- ground volunteers have helped us reach the most vulnerable groups,” said Sameer Bhasin, Chief Executive Officer, Nando’s.
“Our Robins across the world, try their level best to address the hunger in local communities, and bring smiles to the least fortunate. We are really grateful to partner with global food chain Nando’s and serve 25000 fresh meals to those who need it most across Delhi, Bangalore, and Chandigarh.” Said Neel Ghose, Founder, Robin Hood Army
Each Nando’s casa or restaurant in Bangalore and Delhi will grill a fresh, hot meal of chicken and rice which is packed to perfection keeping all hygiene and sanitation protocols in mind. The Robin Hood Army, with its vast network of volunteers, will distribute these meals to those in need across the two cities.