Nita Ambani, the Founder-Chairperson of Reliance Foundation, marked her 60th birthday in a heartwarming celebration of service and compassion. The philanthropist chose to spend her special day in the company of underprivileged children in Mumbai, where she personally served food to 3,000 children as part of the ‘Anna Seva’ initiative.
Nita Ambani’s birthday celebration was not just a personal milestone but an opportunity to make a meaningful impact on the lives of those in need. The ‘Mission Anna Seva’ is renowned as the world’s largest free food distribution program, and it has provided over five crore meals to marginalized communities, daily-wage earners, and frontline workers across India.
During the celebration, Nita Ambani not only served food but also shared heartwarming moments with the children, such as handshakes and interaction. During the celebration, she cut a massive birthday cake with the kids, emphasizing the joy of giving and spreading happiness among the under privileged.
Nita Ambani’s commitment to the welfare of children and women has been a recurring theme in her charitable work. Reliance Foundation has positively impacted the lives of over 71 million people under her leadership, making a significant difference in various aspects of their lives.
According to ANI, on the occasion of her 60th birthday, Anna Seva events were held across India, with 1.4 lakh people in 15 states receiving hot cooked meals. Furthermore, dry ration kits were also distributed to those in need, demonstrating Nita Ambani’s commitment to serving communities in a variety of ways.