PARTICIPATING CHARITIES
All participating NGOs registered with the Tata Mumbai Marathon have completed the due diligence process at United Way Mumbai. All relevant legal, financial & statutory documents have been verified and are available.

All the listed charities here are fantastic causes and by supporting or running for them, you will be making a real difference to the lives of those who truly need it. Please do learn more about their work, connect and visit them. We hope this would be the start of a deeply satisfying and fulfilling life journey with the cause. 

If you are an individual and interested to avail a charity bib, please contact the NGO and they will guide you further on the process. Please do not donate on the NGO page for a bib. Bib related donations are done entirely offline via cheque / DD. Know more.

If you are a non profit organisation wishing to participate in the Tata Mumbai Marathon 2018 please Click here for all related information.

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Ballygunj Society for Children in Pain (CHIP) Mumbai

Founded Year : 2004

CHIP is an NGO working with BMC schools to provide holistic education to children. Our mission is to promote quality education in Government schools, giving all students an opportunity to realize their potential, acquire skills, knowledge and an attitude which helps them become successful citizens and lifelong learners.

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War Wounded Foundation

Founded Year : 2002

The War Wounded Foundation is committed to help in rehabilitation of maximum number of war disabled personnel of the Indian Armed Forces, thereby converting their disability into ability and make them lead a dignified and meaningful retired life.

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ACC AYUSHMAAN TRUST

Founded Year : 6th June 2007

Trust is actively engaged in promoting social development especially in Livelihood, Health and Education.

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Animedh Charitable Trust

Founded Year : 05/12/2012

The objectives of ANIMEDH CHARITABLE TRUST (ACT) are to provide support and social services to needy women and children. ACT empowers women to transform their lives by providing vocational training and facilitating income generation opportunities. ACT also promotes basic and higher education for the children, especially the girl-child.

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TOUCH (Turning Opportunities for Upliftment and Child Help)

Founded Year : 1993

TOUCH Turning Opportunities for Upliftment and Child Help is a non-governmental organization working with an objective to bring about holistic and sustainable development in the lives of under-privileged children. TOUCH takes care of educational needs of under privileged children mainly from the rural area and urban slums area.

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Tata Memorial Centre - ImPaCCT

Founded Year : October 2010

Tata Memorial - ImPaCCT is an acronym for "Improving Paediatric Cancer Care and Treatment". It is the Paediatric foundation of Tata Memorial Hospital to ensure that the every child coming to the hospital gets the best chance at cure.

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Shelter Don Bosco

Founded Year : 2015

Shelter Don Bosco envisages a world where children from vulnerable situation can grow to be self & confident and independent persons, living a stable and dignified life as responsible and productive members of society.

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educo

Founded Year : 2009

"Educo is an NGO managing a school in partnership with the MCGM. We strive to provide quality English medium education to the underprivileged children of Central Mumbai. We are focused on a child centric education with a structured sports and extra-curricular curriculum."

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The Welfare Of Stray Dogs

Founded Year : 1985

The Welfare Of Stray Dogs(WSD) is an animal welfare NGO that conducts a street dog mass sterilization and immunization programme in Mumbai. Our activities also include an on-site first aid, adoption, mass-immunization of stray dogs against rabies & education & awareness programmes.

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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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