Chocolate brand reaches out to under-privileged kids
Mumbai, Jan 31 (IANS) As part of an attempt to promote health and nutrition, Hershey’s India in partnership with Teach for India, reached out to under-privileged students with milk boosters.
The chocolate brand distributed more than 25,000 Hershey’s Milk Booster bottles in Mumbai, Delhi and Bengaluru. They plan to extend the initiative to more cities in the next phase, read a statement.
Commenting on this, Praveen Jakate, Managing Director, Hershey’s India said: “We strongly believe in giving back to our communities and are happy to associate with Teach for India who have been instrumental in providing education to young minds in our society.”
Alankrita Khera, Manager, Communications, Teach for India, said: “It is a good step towards promoting health and nutrition along with spreading happiness amongst the future of our country.”
Teach for India is a non-profit organisation that is striving to end the problem of educational inequality in India.