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TMM PARTICIPATING CHARITIES
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All NGOs listed here represent 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. You can either search by their name or by simply using the cause category filter option. The contact details of each charity can be viewed by clicking on ‘read more’. We encourage you to learn more about their work, connect and if possible visit them. We hope this would be the start of a deeply satisfying and fulfilling life journey with the cause.

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CARE India Solutions for Sustainable Development

Registered Year : 2008

CARE India focuses to fight against underlying causes of poverty, building secure and resilient communities and ensuring a life of dignity for all women from the most marginalized communities of India. We strategically emphasize on promoting quality healthcare, education, gender equitable & sustainable livelihood opportunities and disaster relief.

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Animedh Charitable Trust

Registered 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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Children's Movement for Civic Awareness

Registered Year : 2009

CMCA (Children’s Movement for Civic Awareness) is a 19-year-old non-profit organization that is a pioneer in Citizenship Education in India. Our mission is to transform young Indians into concerned, thinking and active citizens for an inclusive and sustainable India. We do this by engaging with young people at the grassroots in educational institutions and communities through experiential programmes that impart Citizenship values and Life Skills. Simultaneously, we work towards integrating Citizenship Education into educational policies and practices. Currently, CMCA reaches 52,000 young people in 10 cities and 450+ villages, in over 600 educational institutions. We aim to instil in young people, critical knowledge, values, attitudes and skills to engage with authority and community to secure their rights and entitlements and to understand that responsibilities are equally important and go hand in hand with rights. This is done through Citizenship and Life Skills Education in schools, colleges, and more.

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GOONJ

Registered Year : 18/02/1999

Goonj aims to reposition cloth and other underutilized material, beyond charity, adding dignity and turning it into a big resource for development. Spreading the idea beyond geographical boundaries so that world over people take it as a subject to work on..

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The Opentree Foundation (Toybank)

Registered Year : 2009

'It is easier to build strong children than to repair broken men.' Toybank envisions a world where children are empowered through healthy play. It provides secure & happy childhoods for children who are at risk, so they are empowered to experience an equitable adulthood.

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Shrimad Rajchandra Love & Care ( Shrimad Rajchandra Sarvamangal Trust)

Registered Year : 2003

Shrimad Rajchandra Love and Care programme gives you the wonderful opportunity to fill your life with love, compassion, happiness and contentment, by making a difference to lives around you. It is an initiative to offer service and bring joy to the lives of the underprivileged sections of our society.

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Centre For Social Action

Registered Year : 14-10-1997

To initiate, empower and sustain non-violent, collaborative, and integral development processes for vulnerable individuals and groups in Mumbai, Thane and Raigad districts. CSA is successfully implementing the following interventions: Supplementary classes for Vulnerable Children, Children’s Parliament, Women’s Empowerment through Rights-Based Capacity Building Trainings, Enhancing Livelihoods & Skill Development of Vulnerable Individuals and Groups and Emergency Relief to individuals and communities affected by calamities.

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EPILEPSY FOUNDATION

Registered Year : 2009

Epilepsy Foundation India is an NGO that focuses on widespread yet less known disease epilepsy. Every epileptic patient irrespective of caste, creed or strata of society receives the treatment. The message to all is 'Epilepsy is treatable if diagnosed early'.

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Sir Ratan Tata Trust

Registered Year : 5th September 1958

Tata Trusts support and drive innovation in the areas of natural resources management; education; healthcare and nutrition; rural livelihoods; enhancing civil society and governance; media, arts, crafts and culture; and diversified employment through grant-making, direct implementation and co-partnership strategies. Mission: To Positively and Sustainably impact 100 Million lives by 2021.

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Mohan Foundation

Registered Year : 10-Jan-1997

MOHAN (Multi Organ Harvesting Aid Network) Foundation's mission is to ensure that every Indian suffering from end stage organ failure be provided with the 'gift of life’ through life-saving organ. Its main objectives include creating public awareness about organ donation, training healthcare professionals in transplant coordination, counselling bereaved families to donate their loved ones' organs.

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