In Mahoba, one of Bundelkhand’s most backward districts, a Roti Bank has started for feeding the poor since April 2014. Forty youngsters and five adults are managing the bank started by Bundeli Samaj. Every day they knock on the doors of the better-off residents of the city and ask for two fresh rotis to feed the poor and hungry. The collected food is brought to a central point from where other volunteers take it for distribution. The initiative which began in a small way has become a movement today, feeding 400 people every day. At first they began feeding beggars and the destitute at railway stations. Today they cover a major part of the city – patients and their attendants outside hospitals, the poor on the roads and slum dwellers. The group has divided the city into eight sectors for its collection and distribution work.