The Tata Mumbai Marathon holds its
prestigious reputation among the top 10 marathons in the world. It is not only
a platform to test an individual’s sporting excellence but also one of the best
fundraising platforms for participating charities. There are different run
categories at the TMM- 42 Km Full marathon, 21km half marathon, 10km, Dream run
( 6km), Sr Citizen run & Champions with disability run.
Over the years, the Tata Mumbai
Marathon has assumed a stature of eminence as the largest philanthropic
sporting platform in Asia. Each year, more than 300 NGOs participate in the
event to raise funds for the work they do. Corporates and individuals use the
platform as a way to give back to society and the less privileged. Philanthropy
through the platform is well regulated, hence serves as an assurance to
Since its inception, the event has
raised more than INR 317 crores benefiting over 641 charities, with funds being
used for causes ranging from arts, culture and sports to education,
environment, health, human rights and others, making the platform truly cause
agnostic. The 2020 edition itself saw INR 45.95 crores being raised, shattering
all previous records.
As the official philanthropy partner of
the event, United Way Mumbai (UWM) enables the participating charities to raise
funds by maintaining a cause-neutral platform. All funds raised through the TMM
are channelized through UWM, which is responsible for accounting and providing tax
exemption receipts to all donors.
There are three ways through which you
can participate in the event.
a) Through Open Category: To participate
through the open category, you will have to qualify as per the criteria
mentioned here:https://www.procam.in/tatamumbaimarathon/and register by the
dates mentioned here:https://www.procam.in/tatamumbaimarathon/important-dates. If you require any
further assistance or have queries, please contact the event promoter – Procam
International Pvt. Ltd. at 022 4202 0200 or email them at
b) Through Charity: To participate
through charity, you are required to select one of the registered NGOs from the
list mentioned here:http://unitedwaymumbai.org/tmm-participating-charities.htmand contact them to understand
the donation amount and application process. You can search for a specific NGO
either by name or through cause category in the drop-down menu. Each of the
registered NGOs is allotted a certain number of running slots/places (bibs) at
the TMM of various race categories and given a chance to raise funds for their
projects. The contact details of the NGO and number of available running slots
are mentioned on their page.
United Way Mumbai aims to partner with
as many NGOs as possible from various cause categories to provide you with a
diverse list to select from. All the registered NGOs are listed here:https://www.unitedwaymumbai.org/tmm-participating-charities.htm.
You can search for a specific NGO
either by name or through cause category in the drop-down menu. The list is updated
as soon as the verification process is complete at our end.
You can request the NGO of your choice
to fill the preliminary registration formhereto register with UWM
for the TMM. If the NGO fulfils the conditions for statutory and financial due
diligence of UWM, they may complete their registration for the TMM. Post which
you may select the NGO to support.
Below mentioned are the key features of the TMM 2023 philanthropic platform:
In order to participate, click here, fill the form and submit the details to UWM for further consideration. UWM will verify the details submitted by you and provide your unique Login ID and Password(which you can change after login). Post which follow the steps mentioned below:
Please note that registration with United Way Mumbai, the Official Philanthropy Partner, as a "Listed NGO" for the Tata Mumbai Marathon 2023 is subject to submission of the above mentioned form and cheque, validation and confirmation of the uploaded documents, and realization of transfer of INR 10,000 as bib blocking deposit if availed.
No, NGOs not registered in India cannot register for the event.
United Way Mumbai features all the
registered NGOs for the event on its website non preferentially. TMM is a time
when hundreds of individuals, corporates and donors visit the UWM website
daily, as they look for causes and NGOs to support. Being featured on the
website is the best way to reach out to these prospective donors, and raise the
maximum possible funds through this platform.
Direct Donation on NGO Page:
On registering for the TMM, each NGO gets a unique personalized page on the United Way Mumbai's website. The page displays the NGO's appeal, contact details, the previous year's fund utilization (if applicable), the total amount raised, the fundraisers supporting the NGO, and the NGO's privilege level. The NGO page also features a donate button, allowing the NGO to receive online donations from their supporters on UWM website. 100% of the funds raised on this page are disbursed to the NGO as UWM
TMM reserves running slots across race categories for charity. These slots are exchanged for donations by the NGO, allowing runners a guaranteed entry to the event as long as they fulfill the event rules even after registrations close. UWM sets a base amount as a minimum donation amount per race category to maintain a level playing field for all NGOs. NGOs can then negotiate higher amounts directly with the donor on top of this base amount. The intent is to provide a means for NGOs to build new relationships
Any Individual (who may or may not be running at the TMM) can collect donations for an NGO by creating a fundraising page on the United Way Mumbai's website and reaching out to friends, family, and peers. The fundraiser pages contain various features that support and help the fundraiser raise funds efficiently.
Corporate Team is a category specially designed for companies who wish to field employee teams to participate in the Tata Mumbai Marathon and raise funds for their NGO (s). Besides passing substantial funds through CSR for various projects, this has emerged as an excellent employee engagement and team bonding activity over the years. Similar to the NGO page and Individual Fundraising Page, a donate button is available on the corporate page, where the corporates can raise funds through employee contribution in support of the selected by the corporate
Top-up Donations During Runner Registration
All runners are encouraged to make a top-up donation while registering for their run at TMM 2023. All registered NGOs are listed on the event website within two business days of completing their due diligence process. Runners can choose the NGO they wish to support or add a donation to a shared pool, which is later divided equitably between all NGOs.
Personalised Number on Bib
All runners get an opportunity to upgrade their bib number to a unique number of their choice against a fixed donation of Rs 5000 to any NGO of their choice on UWM website. This donation is an independent donation made to avail a special number bib. A donor cannot claim this event feature against any other donation made through any other medium.
Incentives and Grants
Page 28 includes a list of indicators that recognize and encourage the efforts of participating NGOs and provide a roadmap to leverage the fundraising platform of the TMM fully. Each of these indicators translates into a point for the NGO. These points allow NGOs to reach various levels known as Privilege Levels. Each level has privileges and incentives for the NGO, including capacity-building grants.
When NGO’s registration process is completed, bibs are allocated to the NGOs as per the following rules-
An amount has been fixed as per race
categories as minimum donation amount which means when a donor/runner wants to
avail a Charity Bib, that person will have to pay that much minimum donation to
the concerned NGO in order to participate.
Yes, the minimum donation amount
differs for some race category, for 10K and Half Marathon the amount will be
INR 12,000 and for other race categories i.e. Marathon, Dream Run, Champions
with Disability and Senior Citizen Run is INR 6,000.
The minimum donation amount is a fixed
donation amount which the runner/donor would have to donate to their supporting
NGO in order to avail a Charity Bib
Also, charity bib average of above INR
12,000 make the NGO eligible for one privilege point and the utilization of at
least 5 charity bibs earns a further point.
Any donor who has donated for the
Charity Bib are getting a chance to participate in TMM 2023 through general registrations
are closed. The registration is via the event organisers at the TMM website
where runner details need to be entered along with paying registration fees.
These are two separate processes. The event organisers have created a provision
for those people supporting causes to still participate in the event after
public registrations are closed. The fees applicable to the event organisers
would still require to be paid to them.
There is no upper-limit fixed for
charity bibs as the NGOs can request any amount they wish above the minimum
established as per the needs to the projects they wish to support via the funds
raised through their charity bibs.
TMM is highly prestigious and popular
event in Asia, given the prominence of the event, only around 50,000 people can
actually participate physically across run categories. The open categories
close quickly leaving the only possibility to participate by supporting an NGO
for the limited charity bibs they possess. Each NGO only has a fixed number of
bibs in the event and can choose to raise as much funds as possible through
them for their projects.
No, an NGO cannot convert your
allocated 10K and Half Marathon bibs but they can interchange Dream run Bibs
into Marathon, Sr. Citizens Run, Champions With Disability bibs if required.
Yes, you can. Multiple Dream Rub bibs
can be clubbed and a group can be created by an NGO. While submitting the bibs,
the NGO will have to select the Dream Run Group on their bib manager, and
submit the bib summary sheet with the donation amount to UWM.
On or before 30th September, any NGO
who is utilising their allocated 10K & Half Marathon slaots may do so a
minimum donation amount of INR 6000 against the normal INR 12,000 for the
Similarly, all Dream Run, Marathon,
Champions with disability and Senior Citizen bibs utilised on or before 30th
Sept 22 by an NGO may do so against an amount of INR 3000.
This is to allow an opportunity to NGOs
who may not be able to raise higher amounts while the general registrations is
still open to public.
Once all bibs from their 1st allocation are
utilised, NGOs can request more bibs for the second allocation through their
Requesting for bibs doesn’t mean NGOs
would get the bibs as second allocation will happen on a first come first serve
basis and depends on the availability of the bibs with UWM.
Return of bibs from second allocation
are not accepted, so NGOs should be very cautious when asking for number of
bibs in second allocation.
Bibs that are neither returned or
utilized by Wednesday 17th October, 2022 will be considered
forfeited and a deduction of INR 1,000 per unutilized bib will be applied from
amount (if any) raised by the NGO.
NGOs must return the unutilized bibs to
UWM by emailing the bib numbers to firstname.lastname@example.org by the said date.
NGO that requires charity bibs, is required to pay a bib blocking deposit of Rs
1000 per bib up to a maximum of Rs 10,000 to United Way Mumbai while
registering. The bib blocking deposit is taken in order to avoid bib wastage
and judicious utilization across all participating NGOs. This bib blocking
deposit is refundable, provided the NGO utilises all the allocated bibs by 18th
December 2022. UWM will deduct INR 1,000 from the bib deposit for every
unutilised bib. The NGO can also request fewer bibs or return the unutilised
bibs by 25th October 2022 to avoid any bib forfeit. NGOs must return the
unutilized bibs to UWM by emailing the bib numbers to email@example.com
by the said date.
NGOs can choose to block fewer bibs
initially and request for their remaining bibs by 25thOctober, 2022 to
ensure avoiding bib forfeiture.
Once the NGO has submitted all of their
Dream Run Group bibs, a race fee cheque in favour of ‘Procam International
Pvt.Ltd.’, (format of which is available onhttps://www.procam.in/tatamumbaimarathon/race-categories/dream-run/how-to-apply), will have to be
submitted to UWM. After UWM receives the required documents, NGOs will receive
a unique Group registration voucher code and link.
Yes, NGOs can pay the runner race fees.
The NGO can pay the race fee offline by
submitting a cheque of race fee in favour of ‘Procam International Pvt. Ltd.’
to UWM with the UWM Bib ID written on the back of the cheque along with the bib
summary sheet. NGOs will then receive a Prepaid Voucher code and a unique link
for runner registration. In case, the cheque is not honored, the bib will not
be issued to the runner.
NGO can also choose to pay the race fee
online through the Postpaid voucher code. Once the donation towards the bib is
processed, the NGO will receive a Postpaid Voucher code and unique link for
runner registration. In this case, NGO will have to fill the runner
registration online form on behalf of their runner and pay the race fee using
their debit/ credit card/ net banking.
No, all bib-related donations must be
made through cheque / DD or through online donations will thereafter be
transferred to the NGO(s) of the participant’s choice. Donations made
directly on the NGO page on UWM website will be considered as a direct donation
and will not be refunded once made.
NGOs can utilize their charity bibs by
seeking donations either through the Online mode, i.e. through UWM’s payment
gateway, or through the Offline mode via NEFT, cheques, and DDs in favour of
United Way of Mumbai and depositing in our bank account (No donation will be
refunded once made)
Online and offline donations
Once you log in to your account, you
can access the Bib Manager, a tool that enables you to receive donations. NGOs
can accept donations in two ways based on the donor’s preference: either
offline through a bank transfer or a cheque/ demand draft or online through the
Depending on the donor’s preference,
you can either share the online payment link with them or fill in their
details, including the cheque details and download the bib summary sheet. You
must send the summary sheet with the cheque/s to United Way Mumbai's office.
Donation cheques / DDs should be in favour of United Way of Mumbai.
UWM retains INR 500 per bib on Open 10k
and Half marathon bibs and INR 250 on Dream Run, Marathon, Champions with
Disability and Senior Citizen bibs. The retention on Charity Bib is fixed and
not a percentage of the donation amount to encourage NGOs to raise higher
amounts for their causes. There will be no separate payment gateway charges on
The race fee is a separate component
which is charged based on the actual number of individual participants in the
event. The same cannot be considered as a part of the donation made by you as
it is a cost against a service provided by the event promoter; in this case,
the bib and other arrangements made for an individual to participate in the
race. Therefore, it is charged separately by the event promoter – Procam
International Pvt. Ltd. at the time of registration on a separate website.
Runner registration happens on the
official website of the TMM. For both online and offline donation methods, once
a donation is marked 'success' on your dashboard, a voucher code is generated
and sent directly to the runner. An Online donation is marked success instantly
when the donor makes the payment through the payment gateway. Offline donations
are marked success after verifying that the cheque/bank transfer is reflected
in our account.
Once a donation is marked 'success' on
your dashboard, the voucher code would also reflect in your Bib Manager against
that Bib. You may share this voucher code with your runner so that they can
register directly on the event website. The online payment method eliminates
all paperwork, and runners can register instantly and receive their
confirmation email faster. In both cases (online or offline donation), no
physical copies of the runner forms will be accepted by UWM. Runner and donor
can be different people, and if such is the case, you need to share the
runner's email address with your bib manager for them to receive the voucher
code once the donation is successful. The voucher code can only be used once
and will have to be used before 30th December, 2022.
In order to incentivize the efforts of
those participating NGOs who fully leverage the platform provided by the TMM, a
list of 15 indicators have been identified, which translate into points for the
NGO. The points determine the privilege level of the NGO at the TMM 2023.
Kindly refer to NGO Privilege Level segment of the TMM 2023 Philanthropy
Structure for an in-depth understanding of the same.
·An NGO may strive to improve its
privilege level till Sunday, 5th Feb 2023 but race day related benefits will be
decided on the privilege level pertaining to the NGO as on Monday, 26th December 2022
·Capacity Building grant amount will be
decided by 18th December 2022 based on the collections of funds in the common
pool and will be disbursed before 31st March 2023
·If the Privilege level NGOs is in the
Top 5 Fundraising NGOs, they are entitled to a full-page feature. Please watch
the NGO privilege level AV here to get an in-depth understanding of the
Yes. All queries can be mailed to firstname.lastname@example.org &
email@example.com and they will be answered.
Corporate Team is a category specially
designed for companies who wish to field employee teams to participate in the
Tata Mumbai Marathon and raise funds for NGO(s) of their choice. Over 8200
employees from 204 companies had participated in TMM 2020. Besides raising
substantial amounts of funds for various causes, over the years, this has
emerged as an excellent employee engagement and team bonding activity.
Corporate teams on race day are hosted in a special tent for a differentiated
team experience and enjoy priority Dream Run line up over the general
On the race day a special tent is set
up by the Event Promoter – Procam International Pvt. Ltd. in the holding area
to exclusively host employees of the corporates participating through charity.
These employees on race day are engaged in various fun activities pre and post
completion of their race. These fun activities like games, Zumba, foot
massages, art and craft activities, photo booths, team challenges, etc. ensure
participants have a great differentiated experience at the Tata Mumbai
There is no limit to the number of
teams which can be availed by a corporate. However, the runners need to be
grouped in team sizes of 15 / 25 / 40. Please note that the Add-On Team of 5
runners is only allowed on top of a base team of minimum 15 runners.
All the relevant details about team
participation process, donation amount, applicable race fees and timing cut
offs are given in the Corporate Philanthropy Structure here.
To register UWM as vendor please email
the documents and process to firstname.lastname@example.org & email@example.com.
To register Procam as vendor please email
Option A:Make a single donation through one cheque.
Option B:Split the donation into two cheques (as mentioned in the table given below) for companies who require their contribution to be compliant to their CSR policy. (Companies making the contribution from their CSR budget and wishing it to be in accordance with the CSR Bill-which mandates contributions to be made directly to projects or programmes which are eligible as per the company’s CSR policy-can choose to donate via split cheques.)
Note: Donations once made will not be refunded.
For companies who require their
contribution to be compliant with their CSR policy, which mandates that
contributions have to be made directly to projects or programmes, the company
may choose to contribute via the split cheque option while making the
contribution for taking a corporate team. Under this, the donation would be in
two cheques, one in the name of UWM which cannot be claimed as CSR and the
other in the name of the NGO being supported. Both cheques would need to be
submitted to UWM at the time of registration.
As per the circular dated June 18, 2014
issued by the Ministry of Corporate Affairs, one off events such as marathon
would not qualify as CSR expenditure for the purposes of Section 135 of
Companies Act, 2013. The corporate donor shall be solely responsible and liable
for compliance with provisions relating to corporate social responsibility
under the Companies Act, 2013 and the rules made thereunder (including but not
limited to Section 135 of Companies Act, 2013), in relation to the amounts
being paid by the corporate donor to United Way of Mumbai for participation in
the Tata Mumbai Marathon (including any amount paid as the event registration
fees (used for purchase of bibs) or towards administrative expenses).
If the corporate is not registered
under the Indian Companies Act 1956 and is a 100% subsidiary of a foreign
company, then it falls under FCRA and hence the beneficiary NGO must have FCRA
registration to receive the donation from the corporate. The corporate would
also be required to provide an authorized declaration on company letterhead
confirming the same for UWM to proceed with the registration process. As per
the recent FCRA regulations, NGOs cannot disburse FCRA funds to another.
Therefore, the FCRA donations must be made through split donation option only.
The corporate is required to fill the
registration form available for download here, sign, stamp, attach the donation
cheque/s and courier or hand deliver the documents to:Campaigns Team c/o
United Way Mumbai,Mumbai Educational Trust, Bandra Reclamation, Bandra (West),
Mumbai 400 050, India.
Corporate Team Registration process
Corporates register with UWM directly
and participating NGOs are requested to share the following information with
the corporate SPOC to complete their corporate team registration.
·Sign up as a corporate:
·Once Corporate SPOC has received the
login credentials from UWM, they can log in to their corporate page on
·On the dashboard, on the left side
panel, click on TMM Registration.
·Update the ‘company profile’ and
mention a fundraising target (the amount that you wish to donate through team
participation plus an employee fundraising target for the company)
·Click on ‘Upload Logo’, upload a high
res JPEG file of your company logo. We will be using it for our TMM related
·Click on ‘Add Teams’ and add the
number of teams you wish to opt for and the NGO you wish to support against
·Process the donation amount either by
NEFT or by sending the cheque to UWM.
·Once you have made the donation and
submitted the team request through the corporate portal, drop a confirmation
email with the NEFT/IMPS/Cheque/DD number to firstname.lastname@example.org
·Once the team application is reviewed
by UWM and you have processed the donation, the teams will be allocated to your
SPOC and s/he will receive emails with runner registration details.
· Runner registration happens directly
on the even website.
Corporate SPOC will be given a unique code
specific to that corporate, a registration link and steps to follow.
·The SPOC will need to share the
details with its employees.
·Employee runners then need to go on
the runner registration portal and enter the unique code.
·After that, they will be taken to a
page to enter their details, upload a photograph, a copy of their Government
issued ID card and a copy of a valid timing certificate (if applicable)
·As they have already entered the
unique code, the portal will not charge any race fee then and will allow them
to complete their registration.
After that, their applications come to
the corporate SPOC, who then approves and submits them to UWM
UWM further verifies the applications
and submits them to Procam for approval
After 7 working days, if the application
is accepted, the runner will receive a confirmation email from Procam.
The SPOC then needs to collate these
confirmation letters and bring them to the Expo to collect the bibs.
No, you cannot change your team size
from Team 25 to Team 15 once you have completed the registration formalities.
You can, however, submit entry forms of less than 25 participants or extend to
include others to the team like important clients, family, vendors etc.
Yes, all queries can be sent to
email@example.com and firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Corporate Challenge category is a
fantastic medium for employee engagement and motivation. It also offers
opportunities to the employees for contributing to make a difference for the
underprivileged sections of our society. Besides, corporate challenge
participants become eligible for various privileges as they move forward in
their fundraising campaign.
Yes, UWM can conduct workshops for
corporates on basis of their request, together with the NGO they are
Companies can also accumulate donations
from its employees and submit the same via cheque/s favoring ‘United Way of
Mumbai’ or through direct bank transfer to UWM’s bank account.
A pledge form needs to be filled in
with all necessary details of the donors and sent to Campaigns Team c/o United
Way Mumbai, Mumbai Educational Trust, Bandra Reclamation, Bandra (West), Mumbai
400 050, India.
It is not necessary for all the
employees who participate to raise funds. However, participants are encouraged
to make their run more than a finish line/ just a race by supporting a cause
and NGO, and raise funds. As a gratification, as and when the employee
fundraiser crosses each level they gain the benefits and privileges of the
Funds can be raised both, online on the
fundraisers’ page as well as offline through cheques / DDs / direct bank
transfer to UWM’s bank account. Please email us at email@example.com
& firstname.lastname@example.org to request for bank details / reconfirm the
one you have before initiating any transfer.
Offline amount details are required to
be entered at the backend of the fundraiser’s page through ’enter cheque / DD
details’ option to generate unique donation IDs.
100% of funds raised online through the
fundraising pages are disbursed to the supporting NGO(s). UWm absorbs the
payment gateway charges to ensure all of it reaches the NGO.
However, for funds raised offline
(through cheques / DDs / direct bank transfer to UWM’s account), a donation
retention between 0 to 4% or less is retained as per the fundraisers level.
Note: For employee fundraisers of
registered companies, only 2% or less is retained as opposed to a maximum of 4%
in case of general individual fundraisers.
Employees who are raising funds through
their individual fundraising pages are entitled to receive the privileges based
on their fundraising level as mentioned here.
Additionally, the event offers certain
benefits to the companies who have employee fundraisers.
Additional benefits to the companies
who have employee fundraisers:
Employee fundraisers who have
collectively raised above INR 1 Lakh:
1. Company name featured in the special
section of the Corporate Tent on race day
Employee fundraisers who have
collectively raised above INR 3 Lakh:
1. Company logo featured in the special
section of the Corporate Tent on race day
2. Grand Stand and Procam Marquee
invite for company representative (one per Corporate)
3. One TMM Philanthropy Awards Nite
invite for company representative (one per Corporate)
4. Feature in the TMM 2023 Post Event
Employee fundraisers who have
collectively raised above INR 5 Lakh:
2. Grand Stand and Procam Marquee
invite for company representative plus a guest (Self +1) (two per Corporate)
3. TMM Philanthropy Awards Nite invite
for the company representative plus a guest (Self +1) (two per Corporate)
4.Quarter page feature in the TMM 2023
Post Event Docket
This is an activity where the
fundraiser asks their friends, family and colleagues to support their
fundraising campaign by donating to a cause close to their heart. Interested
donors can visit the fundraisers’ page on UWM’s website and make donations
through a secure payment gateway. United Way Mumbai will then transfer the
amount the fundraiser has collected to the chosen NGO(s). Online fundraising
also makes it possible to reach out to and collect donations for a good cause
from people outside of the fundraisers’ residing city/ country.
Yes, you can. One individual fundraiser
can choose up to 3 NGO(s) to support. UWM, however, recommends supporting one
NGO so that they can maximize the effectiveness of the projects they undertake.
The names of the donors, their email
IDs and the amount they have contributed through your online fundraising page
are accessible to you when you log into your page.
Yes, all donations of INR 100 and above
are eligible for an 80G receipt. The receipt will be emailed upon completion of
the transaction. This receipt can be used for income tax purposes. We will also
be issuing a 10BE certificate to all donors post the event before end of June
Donors donating through cheque / DD /
direct bank transfer to UWM’s account, the 80G will be issued in 15 working
days’ time and will be emailed to the email ID provided during the time of
There is no minimum amount that needs
to be raised. However, we urge you to reach out to your networks and appeal for
funds on behalf of the cause / NGO(s) you chose to support.
Yes, we have prepared a fundraising
guidebook with the help of the knowledge as shared by our veteran fundraisers.
You can download the ‘How to be a super successful fundraiser’ guidebook from
your fundraiser dashboard on UWM website.
We have also prepared an AV with
feedback, tips and suggestions from our veteran fundraiser.
a. By creating a Fundraising Page on
the UWM website and receiving donations online by debit/credit card payment
method through a secured payment gateway.
b. Through offline mode - cheques / DDs
/ bank transfers to UWM’s account.
Please note the following:
For offline donation, every donor needs
to write a cheque in favour of " United Way of Mumbai”
Enter the cheques / DD / bank transfer
details on your fundraising dashboard under ‘enter cheque / DD details’ to generate
a unique donation ID.
Download and take a printout of your
donations and highlight the donation IDs of the cheques / DDs / bank transfer
being submitted and submit to Campaigns Team c/o United Way Mumbai, 6th Floor,
Mumbai Educational Trust, Bandra Reclamation, Bandra (West), Mumbai 400 050,
UWM does not accept cash donations.
However, if a donor insists on giving funds in cash, when submitting the amount
to United Way Mumbai, we request you to issue a consolidated cheque of the
entire amount favouring ‘United Way of Mumbai’ mentioning the donor details in
the donation report so that UWM can issue the 80G receipts to the respective
If they are Indian nationals, It would
be best if they can donate through their Indian debit/credit card. Otherwise,
they can use their foreign/international credit card to donate on your
fundraising page. Otherwise, they can send you cheque/s in favour of United Way
of Mumbai and you can further submit it to UWM with the donation report.
Foreign donors would not be able to
donate due to the Indian govt’s ban on sub granting of foreign funds between
NGOs under the amended FCRA laws.
No. Regrettably, due to the restriction
on the sub granting of foreign funds under the FCRA laws. UWM will not be able
to transfer funds to the intended NGO therefore the online donation form would
not permit foreign donors to donate. UWM can only accept foreign funds for its
With the right commitment, effort and fundraising plan you will
definitely reach your target. However, there is no penalty for not reaching the
Once you create an Online Giving Page
you can easily track donations online on your dashboard when you log in.
Every donation received on your page will also reflect in the fund meter
against the fundraising target set by you, An alert mail also triggers each
time you receive a donation. You can also download the ‘Fundraiser Assist’ app
from Google Play Store to manage your campaign and give you notifications on
your phone every time a donation is made.
All donations are eligible for an 80G
receipt. PAN number of the donor for donation is mandatory in order to provide
them a 10BE tax exemption certificate.
The last day of fundraising is January
5th February, 2023.
The money is accounted for at United
Way Mumbai and then disbursed to the NGO(s) you have chosen to fundraise for.
100% of funds raised online through the
fundraising pages are disbursed to the supporting NGO(s).
However, for funds raised offline
(through cheques / DDs / direct bank transfer to UWM’s account), a donation
retention of between 0 to 4% is applicable based on the fundraiser’s
Note: For employee fundraisers of registered
companies, 2% or less is retained as opposed to a maximum of 4% in case of
general individual fundraisers.
Upon raising INR 10,000 an individual
is eligible to register for a Dream Run race category. Further, upon raising
INR 50,000 s/he is eligible to register for a bib of any race category. In both
cases, the bib can only be availed once for self/ someone else by paying the
applicable race fees and by meeting the event’s required criteria. This bib, if
availed by self, will be eligible for further upgrade upon reaching higher
Upon raising INR 1.5 lakhs, the
fundraiser is eligible for a complimentary bib of any race category including a
Half Marathon Untimed bib for self only. In case the fundraiser has availed a
bib at a previous fundraising level, the same bib will be upgraded. However, if
the bib was availed for someone else at the earlier fundraising level, this
privilege is no longer applicable.
Please refer to the fundraiser
privileges section for more details.
Upon being eligible for a bib at
various fundraising levels, UWM will contact the fundraiser for the privilege.
Once the fundraiser agrees to avail the benefit, UWM will share a voucher code
and a registration link to complete the registration.
Fundraisers who are not eligible for a
complimentary bib will have to pay the race fees to the event organisers.
This is new and one of ways through
which your NGO can raise funds. When a general runner is registering with
Procam, there will be a pop-up option that’ll ask for the runner to donate and
be a part of great cause. The runner can select an NGO by searching the name.
If the runner doesn’t have any pre-decided NGO, they can still go to UWM and
choose from a pool of NGO cause-wise and donate.
In another scenario, if the runner
couldn’t decide on an NGO but still wants to donate, that person could still
donate and the amount will come to UWM’s common pool for participating NGOs.