Platform65 Serves Up a Helping Hand: Restaurant Chain Launches Food Distribution Drive for Underprivileged on Republic Day”

Platform65’s initiative “Celebrating Unity, Nourishing Community” to feed the ones in need.

(Hyderabad,24/Jan/2022): There is no better way to observe Republic Day than by helping those who are less fortunate. Platform65, the train-themed restaurant chain, has organized a food distribution drive to celebrate Republic Day by giving 1,000 less fortunate individuals food prepared by its chefs.

The “Celebrating Unity, Nourishing Community” initiative seeks to help the less fortunate by traveling to orphanages, NGOs, and shelters for the homeless in Telangana, Andhra Pradesh, and Karnataka with the intention to “Feed the ones in need.” The chefs, managers, and employees of the restaurant chain went outdoors to participate in the initiative.

The restaurant chain’s rationale for the campaign is based on the idea that, over time, any tiny attempt to improve society would result in increasing efforts to improve the entire planet. Additionally, it motivates others to contribute to society to the best of their abilities.

“Serving the needy is equivalent to serving God. The true celebration is only when we can help others, which is why we decided to celebrate this Republic Day in a unique way”, said Sadgun Patha, Managing Director and Founder, of Platform 65. “Our initiative is to provide quality food and spread awareness among people regarding our responsibility towards the underprivileged sections of society. It is a small step to initiate a chain of thought and focus on eradicating malnutrition from India.” He added

“The primary objective of the ‘Celebrating Unity, Nourishing Community’ initiative is to encourage people to perform acts of kindness. The initiative not only helps people in need, but it also instills humility, love, and compassion in all of us. We certainly hope that our modest contribution will result in a positive change in the world”, said Sadgun Patha, Platform 65.

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