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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MAHARASHTRA DYSLEXIA ASSOCIATION

Founded Year : 1996

The MDA is unique in its focus on providing end to end solutions to ensure that students with Dyslexia can remain in the mainstream education system and realize their potential.

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Aseema Charitable Trust

Founded Year : 1995

Aseema Charitable Trust is a Mumbai based NGO which aims to realize human potential through quality education. Its mission is to equip children from marginalized communities with high quality, value based education enabling development of their limitless potential.

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Arpan

Founded 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 9 years, Arpan has reached out to over 160,000 children and adults directly through its services of prevention and intervention and over 460,000 indirectly through training and capacity building.

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Fight Hunger Foundation

Founded Year : August 2012

Fight Hunger Foundation is an NGO specifically focused towards detection, prevention and treatment of malnutrition in children under five.

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Touching Lives Welfare Trust

Founded Year : 2006

We focus on two BIG aspects of life - �LEARNING � and �HEALING.� We work with children, youth, young adults, parents, professionals and individuals who are looking for tools to enrich their lives, who are on a journey of seeking self-realization and want to contribute to this ever evolving world.

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Udaan India Foundation

Founded Year : February 28, 2009

Udaan India Foundation (Udaan) is a Mumbai based not-for-profit organization working with children and youth from low-income communities in the field of education. Our primary aim is to ensure that every child of school going age is gaining a strong and holistic educational foundation to become a responsible, compassionate and confident citizen of tomorrow.

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Ummeed Foundation

Founded Year : 05/01/2012

Educating Special Children from poor backward section of society in Mumbra District Thane by providing education cum training that addresses individual differences and helps them improve at every possible level. These interventions are designed to achieve a level of personal self-sufficiency & acceptability in their community not currently available.

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Rotary Club Of Bombay Peninsula

Founded Year : 1993

Rotary Club of Bombay Peninsula is working to touch and improve the lives of underprivileged by providing medical assistance, educational assistance, environment improvement, skill development training.

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Shrimad Rajchandra Educational Trust

Founded Year : 2004

Shrimad Rajchandra Educational Trust is a powerful endeavour to empower every child it comes across with the gift of education, value-based learning and holistic development.

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Kaustuba Pratistana

Founded Year : 04/09/2012

Contribute towards the empowerment of various marginalised groups and promote an environment where every person enjoy inclusiveness in the society.

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