Celebrate This Navratri With 'Annadaan'

“One who gives food, gives all that is worth giving in this world.”

Cancer Aid & Research Foundation (CARF) has been one of the renowned registered Medical NGO’s in India. Over these past 22 years, CARF has been dedicatedly serving each time in a unique manner with hard efforts to support the under-privileged cancer patients and other diseased people. Also, CARF is striving hard to cater several other humanitarian projects across our country. Every year CARF organizes different humanitarian and social welfare activities for the deprived communities during the Navratri festival and this year too CARF has come up with an idea to make this festival brighter by celebrating in a unique manner than before.

In India, Navratri is a great auspicious festival of 9 Days to worship the different forms of Goddess Durga. The next day after Navaratri, the tenth day is called Dussehra or Vijayadashami. The value that parents teach their children during this festive season is that of good over evil – the victory of Goddess Durga over the demon Mahishasura and the victory of Lord Rama over Ravana.

The spirit of this festive season remains stronger by giving. More joy and happiness will get added to the spirit of giving to the needy and deserved ones during such great festivals. CARF has always given deep respect with importance and integrated enhancement to all the religious festivals, tradition and culture.

As we enter the holy month of Navratras beginning from 26th September to 4th October’2022, we welcome your generosity, if you wish to make a difference in many poor lives by recreating their fates, then here’s the divine opportunity to sponsor different types of kits or provide generous donations to the poor-socio economic communities. Your one share of kindness has the power to help us in taking a wide step towards the real gesture to humanity.




You can support CARF by reading and sharing this post to all your friends and family, through which together we can help the needy communities to celebrate this Navratri festival with more happiness and joy.

Join us with your generous supports in this divine act!

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Food Distribution

Food is not merely a material pleasure. Eating well gives a spectacular joy to life and contributes immensely to goodwill and happy companionship. It is of great importance to the morale. Every Human has the right to good food. As the world is struggling because of hunger and poverty, CARF has initiated the idea to distribute food to people who are in need. Every year food is distributed to the needy people staying near the premises of Tata, Wadia and KEM hospital. Regularly food is distributed to the inmates of Sant Ghadge Maharaj Dharamshala. Food grain packets are distributed to inmates at Noori Musafir Khana. Many donors have readily contributed to be involved in this noble deed.

Special features

  • More than 350 people stay at Sant Ghadge Maharaj dharamshalawho are served with food.
  • More than 150 inmates at Noori Musafir Khana are given food grain kit regularly.
  • More than 300 people staying near Tata, Wadia and KEM hospital are served with cooked meal regularly.
  • Active participation to eradicate hunger and poverty.
  • Providing Maximum help to people in need
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