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Tata Mumbai Marathon 2023
We are supporting Light of Life Trust this year through the Tata Mumbai Marathon, which believes that education is the means to eradicate poverty & generate employment. Through its ‘Project Anando,’ we aim to support underprivileged rural children (probable school dropouts) to complete their secondary education and focus on their all-around. This year, we wish to raise ₹ 1.50 lakhs for the Education material of 50 children from rural India, & we request you to help in funding a child’s education by supporting our campaign. Any amount you wish to donate is a blessing and no amount is too small. Request you to join us in this campaign as your support can transform the life of an underprivileged child. Looking forward to your support.
Our journey began in 2005. Since then, we have ensured that thousands of underprivileged children from rural communities in India have completed their secondary education through our various programmes in Project Anando - Education.
Project Anando - Education : No child should be forced to drop out of school.
Based on this belief our Project Anando was launched in 2005 in Karjat region with 25 children.
Supporting children in the age group of 11 to 18 years:
To complete secondary education
Delay their age of marriage
And equip them for employability
1. Anando programme (Since 2005) : Enables probable school dropouts to complete their secondary education.
2. Anando Plus programme (Since 2007) : The Anando Plus Programme aims to support Anando students post standard X to make appropriate career choices based on their aptitude, capabilities, and interests either to pursue higher education and/or undertake vocational training.
3. Anant programme (Since 2008) : Started in collaboration with Flowering Tree Inc – USA, to provide Anando students platforms and opportunities to develop skills and experience in performing arts.
4. Anando School Empowerment programme (Since 2012) : Empowers school teachers and management to provide quality education in rural schools.
Light of Life Trust has directly touched more than 18,000 lives of children and indirectly impacted 1,37,000 men & women, young & old, from low-income families in rural India over the last 13 years of its operations.