Join us for the
Curry for a child Challenge
September 28, 2019!
The Curry for a Child Challenge is bringing people together to feed 30 vulnerable children living in Kolkata, India for an entire year. Each team is tasked with raising $360, which provides nutritious foods for one child for one year through our wonderful partners at the Indian Society for the Rehabilitation of Children (ISRC) in Kolkata. Children like Barsha and Avash, pictured here.
ALL THE DETAILS
Grab some friends and form a team. It can be small or large, you decide.
Set a goal - raise $360 (or feel free to set it higher) to provide one year of nutritious meals for a child in West Bengal, India! If you have 10 team members, each person raises just $36!
Sign up below to join our online crowdfunding page. We've already set up your template for you!
Share your plans on social media so others will be inspired to join the Curry for a Child Challenge so we feed more children!
ON SEPTEMBER 28, 2019
Eat curry together with your team. Eat out or make it at home. Recipes below.
During your dinner, livestream to social media, and/or post pics and videos of your team.
When posting, use the hashtag #curryforachild
Want in on the 2019 curry for a child challenge on 9/28/19?
check out some pics from the teams who participated last year. WE’ve also got the final team standings below so you can heat up the competition!
2018 Team Photos
learn more about the children you're helping
Get some inspiration below for what to cook for the Curry for a Child Challenge! Got an amazing recipe to share with us? Email it to email@example.com and we’ll post it here and on social media!
lahori chicken curry with whole spices and potatoes
This is cooking in the video below. It's a tried and true recipe and one of our favorites!
recipes by vanitha bhat
Vanitha is a food blogger at Curry and Vanilla.
Her site features a variety of Indian dishes as well as international cuisine and tasty desserts.
Aloo Tikka Masala
Creamy Mali Kofta Curry (No onion, no garlic)
Basic Indian Curry Sauce