A local youth volunteer organization by the name of Inaayat hosted their very first #HashtagLunchbag - in Jaipur, India!
Heeral Jagwani wrote:
We created 300 lunchbags, however, due to the immense poverty in India we felt like some more food would do good in this scorching heat so we bought 500 packs of buttermilk and chocolate biscuits and distributed those as well. The response we got from the volunteers, as well as the homeless people we distributed to has encouraged us to already begin planning the next event we'll host. I thought you guys would be happy to learn that your movement has reached out to even the most remote of places (Jaipur, Rajasthan, India) and encouraged us to contribute our bit to help society progress.
Inaayat hosted their #HashtagLunchbag right in their very own backyard. Their lunch bags consisted of traditional Indian fare imprinting their own stamp on #Hashtaglunchbag for their local community. They are the definition of doing something great with what you've got! Additional photos can be found here.
We can't begin to describe how privileged we feel to see people around the world progressing the #Hashtaglunchbag movement forward. It's an amazing thing to witness and we couldn't be more proud of Heeral and his team, Inaayat!