MCKS Food for the Hungry Foundation Karnataka (MCKSFFHK) is a sister charitable organisation of Yoga VIdya Pranic Healing Foundation of Karnataka (YVPHFK). it derives inspiration from mission statement of MCKS Trust Fund:
"...We work to provide those in need with not only the basic necessities (food, clothing, etc), but with the hope of a brighter future and better life through education, vocational training, and the sponsoring of medical procedures and expenses. We work to restore faith in times of natural crises through providing immediate help as well as assistance in long term rehabilitation."
MCKSFFHK activities are focused on :
1.Feeding the hungry (underprivileged, children, women, destitutes...)
2.Providing Medical assistance to the needy (Free blood, heart surgery, liver disorders, dialysis, respiratory ailments, gastrointestinal ailments, fertility treatments, new born babies, pregnant women).
3.Education - distribution of Free Uniforms, Cardigans, Notebooks, Stationary items, Scholarships, Teaching-aids.
4.Livelihood projects - providing vocational training.
5.Promoting Physical, Emotional, Mental & Spiritual well-being through free sessions of Meditation on Twin Hearts within Karnataka"...We work to provide those in need with not only the basic necessities (food, clothing, etc), but with the hope of a brighter future and better life through education, vocational training, and the sponsoring of medical procedures and expenses. We work to restore faith in times of natural crises through providing immediate help as well as assistance in long term rehabilitation."
Please follow our facebook page for information on upcoming events. These activities would not be possible without your generous support. Donations are exempted under Section 80G of Income Tax Act for donations to MCKS Food for the Hungry Foundation Karnataka. If you would like to volunteer for any of the above projects, please contact us at +91 8884790909 or firstname.lastname@example.org
For Donations, please visit our online donation portal https://donate.mckscharity.org/donate
Super Brain Yoga library Project: It is only through education and increasing the intelligence of the masses that we can have world peace (SuperBrain Yoga book, Grand Master Choa Kok Sui). MCKS Food for the Hungry Foundation will donate one SuperBrain Yoga book (Rs. 500 per book) to each of the 6000+ public libraries in Karnataka. This is an excellent opportunity to generate good karma for yourself, children and family by sponsoring one or more book to these libraries.
You can donate as many books as you wish. You can donate in name of your children so they can benefit from good karma in their academics. You can donate in name of your parents so they can benefit from good karma as healthy brain in later years of their life. You can donate on special occasions in your life – wedding, child birth, anniversary, personal or professional accomplishments & more. You can donate the Super Brain Yoga book in district/village of your choice anywhere in Karnataka. You can give back to the district where you were born or you have relatives. You are also invited to accompany us to donate the books to the libraries. Superbrain Yoga reveals an ancient Indian technique that maximizes the brain's function. Simple exercise for increasing brain power and harnessing the body's primordial energies to help improve memory and concentration, increase focus, and achieve mental clarity are outlined in an easy-to-follow manner to help you on your way to a better brain. These exercises are beneficial for both adults and children, and are especially recommended for those diagnosed with autism and ADD/ADHD.
Master Choa Kok Sui shows us how the Super Brain Yoga can provide “energy fuel” that can keep our brain fit and functional , and how these can help counter the common mental effects of Aging, memory loss, as well as dementia and Alzheimer’s disease.
Studies conducted in different parts of world reveal excellent benefits of SuperBrain Yoga to children and some of these include :
- Advanced academic proficiency and improved behaviour.
- They were calmer, quieter, more focussed and ready to take tasks at hand
- Improved Social Skills
- Increased brain activity.