Health Insurance and Feeding Poor Children to go Hand-in-Hand

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hCentive, Inc., an upcoming exchange for buying health insurance, will contribute a small portion of every policy sold through it to feed hungry children around the world through Feed My Starving Children (FMSC).

hCentive, Inc. (, an upcoming exchange for buying health insurance for individuals in VA , has partnered with Feed My Starving Children (FMSC -- to alleviate world hunger. Now, every insurance policy sold though hCentive will help FMSC to feed a child for 14 days.

hCentive, in its endeavor to positively impact the health of a large number of people, has taken this innovative step. On one side, the policy sold through hCentive ensures that the member receives effective coverage for its healthcare needs; while on the other side, a hungry child will be fed for 14 days. To read more about this cause, please visit:

Mr. Manoj Agarwala, President and COO of hCentive, commented about this partnership, “We want to make sure that we do not overlook our responsibility as an organization. Our goal is to positively contribute to society. This includes solving issues like providing easier ways to buy health insurance, and to help organizations like FMSC in solving social issues like world hunger.”

About hCentive
hCentive, Inc. (, is in the business of simplifying the complex world of health insurance. Using our health insurance exchange, individuals, families and small businesses can search, compare and buy suitable health insurance online from leading health insurance providers.

hCentive is co-founded by three serial entrepreneurs who have already been part of two successful start-ups together.

About FMSC
Feed My Starving Children (FMSC -- is a non-profit Christian organization committed to feeding God’s starving children hungry in body and spirit. FMSC has worked to develop a food mixture rich in vitamins and minerals that is easy and safe to transport, simple to make only with boiling water, and culturally acceptable worldwide. Last year alone, FMSC volunteers packaged 97 million meals for hungry children worldwide.


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