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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.

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 directly on the NGO page for a bib. Bib related donations are done in consultation with the NGO either through cheque / DD / payment link provided by the NGO to you. 

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Bosco Boys Welfare Society

Registered Year : 27/04/1994

To reach out to children in need of care and protection, offer them a protective home environment, holistic education and rehabilitate them through a well designed and consistently followed up process, accompanying them at every stage with our affectionate and educative presence.

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educo

Registered 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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Sparsha Charitable Trust

Registered Year : 2000

Sparsha Charitable Trust is a NGO based in Mumbai and aims to touch the nearby underprivileged providing access to basic human needs and help them to achieve better living circumstances. Our approach is to work together with parents and children of different poor communities in the area of Mumbai.

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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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Sujaya Foundation

Registered Year : 2002

Sujaya Foundation has been bridging the linguistic and digital divide in India, since 2002. The aim of the Foundation is to provide education and employability skills to the under privileged by leveraging technology and incorporating the best pedagogical practices at an elementary, as well as at an advanced Level. Empower Youth Program: Provides underprivileged youth / specially abled youth the opportunity to arm themselves with the basic skills required to be gainfully employed in today’s competitive world, and supporting students in job assistance. We do this through various programs: Experiential Learning Program : Trains youth in computer skills followed by an internship before placing them in corporate organizations. As part of the training program, to give on-the job skills, we have taken, outsourced projects from various Corporate Organizations. As part of the outcome of the project, specially abled beneficiaries are placed at various offices. Sujaya Foundation has successfully incorporated, approximately more than 70% of these specially abled youths in Corporate Organizations.

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Society for Human And Environmental Development (SHED)

Registered Year : 1982

The Society for Human & Environmental Development (SHED) is a voluntary, non - profit organisation that works to transform the lives of underprivileged children and youth residing in the slums of Mumbai. The society was founded in 1982, with the sole purpose of improving the living conditions of slum dwellers through education, healthcare and nutrition.

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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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Trafigura Charitable Trust

Registered Year : 11/10/2013

Trafigura Charitable Trust focusses on philanthropic activities through the Mumbai Charity Committee of Trafigura Foundation. Major activities include disaster relief, mentoring social entrepreneurs, fundraising for unprivileged children, starting a project of micro-credit to improve the economic condition of the most disadvantaged strata of the Indian population, among others.

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Chirag Rural Development Foundation

Registered Year : 2011

With no electricity, the one-room mud shelter 200-odd kilometres away from the bustling metropolis Mumbai has only a kerosene lamp for light – a sight so commonly seen in rural India where power remains unaffordable, inadequate, or simply non-existent for around 200 million people. Chirag Rural Development Foundation, under its flagship Project Chirag, has been providing solar electrification in dark villages across 9 states, namely Maharashtra, Rajasthan, U.P., Karnataka, Meghalaya, Assam, Odisha, Andhra Pradesh & Uttarakhand since 2010. While Project Chirag looks mainly at providing home lighting solutions for scattered houses that are not connected to the grid, along our journey of providing home lighting solutions we found that to truly catapult villagers out of poverty, they would need support in education, health and livelihoods, and we are now engaged in Integrated solar solutions for sustainable village development. Our Objective Solar energy which is available in abundance in India is used as a pivot around which rural transformation can take place by impacting homes, education, health, social security and livelihoods while simultaneously empowering villagers to make this change sustainable. Project Chirag looks forward to working in collaboration with other individuals and organizations and together see a ‘brighter’ future for India.

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Urja Trust

Registered Year : 07/08/2014

Urja Trust acts as a catalyst for runaway and homeless young women who are vulnerable to sexual, economic, physical exploitation and abuse. We support these young women's journey, where they pursue their lives with freedom and dignity. Also, bring about policy changes on this issue through advocacy intervention with Government and society.

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