PARTICIPATING CHARITIES
United Way Mumbai maintains a cause neutral level playing field for all participating NGOs. A list of all Participating Charities for Standard Chartered Mumbai Marathon 2017, is given below.

 

United Way Mumbai is the philanthropy partner for the Standard Chartered Mumbai Marathon 2017, promoting and facilitating fundraising and distribution of funds. We are also responsible for the donation accounting and provision of tax exemption receipts to donors for all the funds raised.

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National Association For The Blind

Founded Year : 1952

NAB (I) has grown into one of the largest voluntary organization in the disability sector pioneering a wide range of activities like prevention and cure of blindness, education, training, employment and rehabilitation of the blind etc for the welfare of the blind through a nation wide network.

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Asian Cancer Foundation

Founded Year : 2005

30 Eminent Cancer Specialists with over 30 years of experience in Cancer Management have set up the Asian Cancer foundation to help needy cancer patients. They realized that more needed to be done to provide financial support for diagnosis, treatment, rehabilitation, prevention and education.

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Kripa Foundation

Founded Year : 1981

Kripa Foundation is the largest Non–Governmental Organization in India, affiliated with the Union Ministry of Social Justice & Empowerment, working among people afflicted with chemical dependency & HIV Infection. Over 35 years of service, Kripa Foundation has evolved a module of non-discriminating, supportive community living, empowering people to introspect and bring about a change in lifestyle.

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Ratna Nidhi Charitable Trust

Founded Year : 7.8.67

We are committed to the welfare of people from the most underprivileged strata of society. We work in Rehabilitating disabled people, in Food for Education area, Free Computer & Spoken English classes for slum children, Donation of Garments & Books, Vocational Training to woman & Children since past 25 years.

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Somaiya Vidyavihar Trust

Founded Year : 2001

Help a Child' vision is that of an India where every child is able to achieve their dreams of higher education regardless of their social background or financial status

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Shraddha Charitable Trust

Founded Year : 1999

Shraddha Is A Non-Profit Vocational And Rehabilitation Centre For The Autistic And Mentally Challenged Young Adults. It Is A Sheltered Workshop Which Trains Them To Create Various Artistic & Utility Gifts And Thus Keeps Them Gainfully Occupied And So Lead A Life With Dignity.

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Udaan India Foundation

Founded Year : February 28, 2009

Udaan India Foundation (Udaan) is a Mumbai based not-for-profit organization working with children from low-income communities in the field of education. Our primary aim is to ensure that every child of school going age is gaining a strong and holistic educational foundation to become a responsible, compassionate and confident citizen of tomorrow.

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Mission for Vision

Founded Year : 25th May 2000

Mission for Vision, an NGO established for the eradication of avoidable blindness. Our mission is establish in partnership, a hospital in every state of India providing free high quality eye care to the poor.

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Joining Hands

Founded Year : 2006

Joining Hands, a not for profit organization was launched in 2006 with a vision to sensitize the youth by imparting education, training and developing skills through various youth empowerment initiatives.

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Ojus Medical Institute

Founded Year : 08/01/2002

Ojus Medical Institute (OMI) started its work in 1999 when Dr. Asavari Herwadkar MD received a fellowship from The John D and Catherine T MacArthur Foundation. Integration of medical care, education, research and development in our projects has helped us move to a more holistic approach towards empowering the lesser privileged and marginalized sections of the society.

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