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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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Reality Gives ( A Reality Cares Project)

Registered Year : 2009

Based in Dharavi (one of Asia's largest slums), Reality Gives (formerly Cares) was formed in 2009 on the principal belief that just because somebody is from an underprivileged area, it doesn't mean that they don't deserve a high standard of education. To address this we provide the young people we serve with quality education and experiences to help them maximise their potential.

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Myna Mahila Foundation

Registered Year : 06/07/2015

Myna Mahila Foundation creates a network of young female entrepreneurs by partnering with self-help groups in urban slums that produce and distribute high quality, affordable menstrual hygiene products to increase adoption of safer menstrual hygiene management practices. We are creating a cultural revolution and generating local employment.

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Psychoanalytic Therapy and Research Centre

Registered Year : 1972

PTRC is primarily a training institute and an outreach center struggling to reach out to children, parents, young people and adults in need of emotional help. A team of qualified mental health professionals are striving to address various mental health issues ranging from mild depression,anxiety, stress etc to various degrees of psychosis.

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The LIFE Foundation

Registered Year : 2000

Established in the year 2000, LIFE Trust is a Not-for-profit organisation working in the field of Education, Empowerment and Enriching the communities across Mumbai. Currently work with over 144 government schools, 2000 anganwadis and over 17 Special schools across Mumbai with a belief that every child has right to the right education, quality healthcare and proper nutritious meals.

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IIT Bombay Alumni Association

Registered Year : 17/07/2001

IIT Bombay Alumni Association (IITBAA) creates and maintains a life-long connection between IIT Bombay and its alumni. In collaboration with an extremely dedicated volunteer Board of Directors, the Alumni Association works to connect alumni, support students, and build an unforgettable Institute experience through a diversity of events, programs and services.

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Tata Medical Centre Trust

Registered Year : 2005

The Tata Medical Center Kolkata is a philanthropic initiative from the Tata Group. Its mission is to promote prevention, early diagnosis, treatment, rehabilitation, palliation & research for cancer patients. TMC is a comprehensive cancer care center where close to half the beds are reserved for underprivileged cancer patients.

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Arpan

Registered Year : 2008

Arpan, an award-winning organization based in Mumbai, addresses the issue of Child Sexual Abuse in India. The National Child Abuse Study 2007 states, 53% of children have experienced sexual abuse. In 12 years, Arpan has reached out to over 2,10,000 children and adults directly through its services of prevention and intervention and over 9,00,000 indirectly through training and capacity building.

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Abhilasha Foundation

Registered Year : 02/05/2014

Abhilasha Foundation is an NGO established under The Bombay Public Trust Act 1950. Organization mainly aims in benefiting the underprivileged children and their families through various projects. Abhilasha Foundation aims sustainable development by improving socio-economic conditions through healthcare, vocational training, education, livelihood development, self governance and women as well as children's human rights. Abhilasha Foundation is dedicated to create positive transformation and believes in bottom up approach. Vision: Fostering a society wherein women are empowered enough to add value to their family and society; all children are empowered with education and enjoy their childhood rights and creating sustainable and humane society wherein all living being have access to manage their livelihood. Mission: Plan and implement or join hands with government, donors, non-government and other volunteer bodies for implementing, development that fulfill our vision to educate, organize, strengthen the downtrodden communities with total capacities to manage their own development. Objective: We believe in "Converts desires into reality". Abhilasha Foundation's honest objective is to be there in all welfare and up-lift activities wherever and whenever society needs. Our foundation is to identfiy and fulfill the society's basic needs.

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SNEHA (Society for Nutrition, Education and Health Action)

Registered Year : 19TH December 1998

We work in partnership with communities and health systems building effective and replicable solutions, empowering women and their families in urban slums to improve their health.

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Kshitij

Registered Year : 1998

Kshitij is a Mumbai-based NGO that engages with adults having mental disabilities due to conditions related to autism, brain damage and Down Syndrome. Kshitij aims to assist such intellectually challenged adults (wards) develop vocational skills that enable them to live their life independently and with dignity while also providing them fruitful employment through manufacture of handcraft items and chocolates. Apart from providing vocational training, Kshitij focuses on holistic development of the wards through therapeutic, creative and physical interventions and activities.

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