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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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Sense International India

Registered Year : 1997

Sense International India was established in 1997- the only national level organization working exclusively for a unique disability called 'deafblindness', supporting the development of comprehensive services for people with deafblindness. We help children and adults with deafblindness have access to better care, go to school and provide sustainable livelihood opportunities.

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Under The Mango Tree Society

Registered Year : 2009

Through the Bees for Poverty Reduction initiative, Under The Mango Tree Society has successfully promoted beekeeping as a means of increasing agricultural productivity, enhancing incomes and improving livelihoods of tribal/marginal farmers in some of the poorest districts of India.

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Children Toy Foundation

Registered Year : 1982

To educated children beyond reading and writing. No child should be deprived of toys and games the childhood pleasure and learning tool.

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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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Urban Health Resource Centre

Registered Year : 2005

UHRC strengthens and deepens confidence, self-reliance through knowledge, negotiation skills among slum-women's groups, invests in gen-next through children-youth groups across 410,000 slum/vulnerable populations in Indore, Agra. Slum-women's groups are trained, encouraged to submit community applications/reminders to concerned departments. UHRC team stands with them in these perseverant efforts

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St. Jude India Childcare Centres

Registered Year : 25-07-2006

St Jude India ChildCare Centres provide free, safe, hygienic accommodation and holistic support to needy cancer affected children travelling with their parents from rural and semi-urban areas to big cities to seek the best cancer treatment. We bridge the gap between free medical treatment provided by the hospital, and physical and emotional support needed by families to complete cancer treatment.

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MANAV Foundation

Registered Year : 3rd November, 2004

We are a Mumbai-based NGO that provides Treatment, Support and Care to persons affected with a Mental Illness & their Caregivers. Since our inception in 2004, we have been regarded as a pioneer in this field. We have seen many a breakthrough in the area of Mental Health, and apart from facilitating these changes, we are dedicated to increasing awareness on the issue and sounding the need for better facilities. We are committed to reach out to every person in need of our services.

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Children's Movement for Civic Awareness

Registered Year : 2009

The world has witnessed unprecedented times. It has brought out the worst in many ways: domestic abuse, lack of empathy, critical thinking and civic sense. Children from underprivileged sections of society, have been impacted significantly more. In such a situation, CMCA’s new interventions are critical and provide a focus on the students’ well-being, resilience, health and help foster empathy, civic sense and integrity. CMCA at Home: Trained educators engage with students through a series of calls and provide simple, engaging activities to do, which encourage family bonding, resilience, good health and empathy. My Happy Bag: Resources and activities which promote essential life-skills and citizenship values much needed in these times. CMCA Online: Specially designed content that is interactive and interesting while taking citizenship education to schools, colleges and homes through online platforms. My Happy Everyday Book: A unique activity book with over 100 activities which introduces the concept that fun comes with responsibilities with certain Daily Do activities that promote positive habits. The Magic Cap: Digitized Stories for Children: A series of stories that foster active citizenship and critical thinking. Campus Yuva Workshops for College Students: A series of workshops for college students on citizenship values, tailored for COVID times.

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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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Sri Sri Thakur Anukulchandra Seva Kendra

Registered Year : 3/4/2013

TASK has been formed to empower the differently abled by providing appropriate vocational opportunities to them. We solicit the support of each individual in society in effective inclusion of persons with special needs by utilizing the potential of such persons through training and guidance.

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