Unhappy with the service he’d received at a restaurant, Darshan Chandan sent the management an email expressing his disappointment. When the management apologized and offered him a free meal, Darshan asked them to feed underprivileged children instead. What happened next changed the course of his life. The restaurant carried out his request and sent pictures of the children they’d fed. “This is the moment that changed me forever. The smile on the faces of those children left me touched. And that is when I decided to do something about it,” says Darshan. Today the 31-year-old feeds 1200 children in Vadodara, India.
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