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"Experience with Mumbai Marathon 2013"

"Experience with Mumbai Marathon 2013"
Cool pleasant early Sunday morning when we drove from Belapur to Azad Maidan. The roads were free from traffic and we could make the 45 K.m. less than in an hour. When we reached it was 6.45 am and there were few wheelchair participants in the metro junction and I wanted to participate in the Dream Run category. My brother-in-law, my wife and two other participants from Amar Seva Sangam have booked for Senior Citizen and Dream Run category came along with me to enter through Gate No.1. We were not guided properly and we had to wait for about 15 minutes and my brother-in-law decided to go through Gate No.4 along with my wife and other colleagues from Amar Seva Sangam. I rushed off to the Wheelchair Event and by that time I was 10 minutes behind schedule. My escort Paramasivan took this as a challenge and it was all a rush for the finish line from then onwards and we were running at about 15 Kmph. which was the fastest I have ever been rushed in a wheelchair. Mr. paramasivan was fastest enough to tie me with the belt along my chest and roped my legs so that I don’t fall off which he did when we reached the Azad Maidan. The wheelchair race was an unexpected success with finishing third despite the handicap of 10 minutes. My colleague Dr. K. Murugiah and other corporate sponsors were at the ground in Gate No.4 and I had to co-ordinate with them. In 20 minutes after finishing 2.5 kms I rushed to the ground. Another colleague was covering the event with camera is also a Dream Runner Mr. Mari totally lost me in the melee. Organizers announced a prize for me but I missed that even as I was rushing to meet my corporate sponsors and all got grouped in the Maidan after hectic mobile call back and forth and finally we got off to Dream Run. I also went along with them. One volunteer of Procam stopped me at the exit gate of Dream Run eyed at my Bib number and said wheelchairs are not permitted. I said ‘it’s ok’. He said it is 6 kms and whether I would be able to make it. My entire team said it is ok along with me and we rushed off waving our Amar Seva Flag. By the time we started my wife and myself already collected Rs.23.30 lakhs as a Dream Maker and Dream Champion and all our sponsors are very happy that I am also running with them. All through the road I was cheered and chumped up and this time it was a slow walk along with all the other team members with a lot of fun, dance and music. By 11.00 am we finished and we gathered around our Full Marathon Hero Mr. Anirudh ran for our cause. Mr. Anirudh is an young chap of 22 years old and this was his 4th Marathon and this is the first time he is running for a cause and it was all cheers for him from Amar Seva Team. His parents had come to cheer him and we all return back after have a lunch in a nearby hotel. By evening we have perked up Rs.30 lakhs and the next week we hope to reach the target of Rs.40 lakhs.   CA.S.Sankara Raman Hon.Secretary Amar Seva Sangam
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You Sponsor in meters, We go miles ahead in our service- Mumbai Marathon 2013

You Sponsor in meters, We go miles ahead in our service- Mumbai Marathon 2013
One of the most prestigious fundraising events in which Amar Seva Sangam is involved is the Mumbai Marathon. This year also along with nearly 90 volunteers. Every meter of the wheel chair run of the our Honorary Secretary Shri.S.Sankara Raman and Dream Runner Mrs.Ramani Sankara Raman. Your sponsor will make our organization to go many miles in the service of the disabled. Your bledge and support will help us serve the disabled people better.                                                                 We would be highly obliged for your esteemed support                   Wheel Chair Run by Shri.S.Sankara Raman                                        Dream Run by Mrs.Ramani sankara Raman                    Sponsor 10 meter           Rs.5000/-                                                     Sponsor 10 meter            Rs.2000/-                    Sponsor 20 meter           Rs.10,000/-                                                  Sponsor 20 meter            Rs.5000/-                    Sponsor 40 meter           Rs.20,000/-                                                  Sponsor 40 meter            Rs.10,000/-                    Sponsor 100 meter           Rs.50,000/-                                                Sponsor 100 meter            Rs.25,000/-                    Sponsor half Kilometer   Rs.2,50,000/-                                              Sponsor half Kilometer    Rs.1,25,000/-                    Sponsor One Kilometer  Rs.5,00,000/-                                               Sponsor one Kilometer    Rs.2,50,000/-  
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Kangaroo Bag-What an Idea!

PictureKangaroo Bag   In big cities incubature is not uncommon thing. However this can not be imagined in Melghat, where expert doctor itself is beyond imagination. Also in winter temperature here goes as low as 2-3 Deg Cen. How to save babies in such condition? MAHAN has implemented a innovative idea. It stitched a Kangaroo bag from available clothes as seen in picture. It help to save a children to great extend. Many such Ideas as small as this, helped MAHAN to achieve breakthrough success in reducing mortality rate by > 55%.
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Melghat-Malnutrition Statistics

Most of us have heard about sever malnutrion in Melghat but unless it is expressed in numbers it may not give depth of problem. Below figures are self expalnatory why there is tremendous need of services. Hence we solicit your support in our work. You may see photos uploaded under heading 'Malnutrition' on StepONE site. •In Melghat, •Malnutrition is 80%, •Severe Malnutrition & Severe Under Weight is 20%, •Neonatal Mortality rate is 45 per thousand, •Infant Mortality rate is 66 per thousand, & •Under 5 years age Mortality rate is 91 per thousand. 
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Melghat-Geographical-Worth Knowing

You are reading about various success stories of MAHAN. However how these are different to some extent from some of similar bodies can be explained or understood only after knowing background of Melghat, as mentioned below. You may see photos uploaded under section -'photos' on StepONE site. "Melghat" -known to outside world for Malnutirtion & Project Tiger. •A Hilly Forest area- good habitat for wild life •covering 320 villages spread across 4000 Sq. Km, • 150 km away from district place Amravati, need to cross sharp ghats of 98 Km, •Total population -2.8 lakh, •Main tribe-‘Korku’ (75% ), •Livelihood- farmers or labour living hardship life without or with very bare minimum infrastructure like electricity, roads, water, schooling etc. •Some parts are still to be walked down •Challenging Climatic conditions ~ 3 to 48 Deg. C., heavy rain & no road connectivity during rainy season in some parts
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Team RBS: We value your Support!

Team RBS: We value your Support!
Team RBS (Royal Bank of Scotland) has been a fantastic source of support for us at Under The Mango Tree over the last 2 years. They first ran with us at SCMM 2012. Then a whole team of volunteers pitched in with us at National Bee Day in February 2011: Volunteering at Cooking with Honey, facilitating Bee Walks for children, taking pictures of various events. A long term collaboration was initiated for developing an MIS package for monitoring and a team led by Rohit Pardesi at the Mumbai office has been working closely with us on this.   They will be running with us at SCMM 2013 again and Team RBS, we value your support and encouragement immensely! And look forward to working closely with you in future too!               
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Introducing our SCMM 2013 supporters - 04 - Maneka Chotirmall

Introducing our SCMM 2013 supporters - 04 - Maneka Chotirmall
Maneka isn't a Dream Category runner - she chose to run for LIFE Trust by picking up one of our Half-Marathon charity bibs. When we asked her to pledge raise for us, she was gracious enough to set up an online donation page and to reach out to her contacts and has subsequently seen great success in bringing in additional funds for our cause! We'd like to highlight here the importance of individuals like Maneka, much like Mr. Mahadevan, recently profiled by Under the Mango Tree, who rise towards the occasion and extend their support towards efforts that they believe in. Opportunities such as the SCMM/UWM charity system today offer unprecedented simplicity for people to contribute towards social causes on a large scale and it would be great if information about Maneka's contribution could help spread awareness about the platform(s). Maneka currently works as a Social Media Executive with Skarma, a design outfit in Mumbai. Prior to this, she has worked as a Digital Marketing Consultant with publishers Conde Nast in Mumbai and as an English teacher at Berlitz in Kobe, Japan!     We wish Maneka all the best with her training for the Half-Marathon. If you would like to support her pledge raising efforts, her online pledge page will continue to receive donations (entirely free from transaction fees) until January 31st at this link: http://www.unitedwaymumbai.org/donation.php?ngo_id=104&sup_id=2072 Thank you to Maneka and all our supporters!
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A Kind Gesture

"I kept the coin with me, with the belief that I would become successful and earn riches one day, but those riches would only fulfill my wishes. At that time, I felt, I have my entire life to earn those riches, but the children's life still has time to become stable. I wished the goddess to bring riches to those children who need it more than I do." We are touched by the gesture of Mr Anshul Chowdhury, a Jet Airways passenger who dropped a gold coin of Goddess Laxmi in the Magic Box.  It is truly heartening to know there are still caring people out there in the world. May his selfless gift of Godess Laxmi bring all the luck to our children and to our organization.
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A celebration of life

Amid the zestful upstarts, whose gusto was inversely related to the distance covered, there was one man, who unyielding kept his pace in the 21-kilometre half marathon. His pulse rate galloped and his heart pumped litres of blood to keep up, but he pressed on. And by the time he crossed the finish line, 50-year-old Venkat Raman had only his heart to thank for: after all, he had undergone a bypass surgery 11 months ago. Mr Raman, head of Shell Transource, an outsourcing company which employs 3,000, is a coronary heart patient, a disease which has knocked many men into submission. In February 2007, after he had undergone the procedure, he resolved not to go into a depression, but find a way to reaffirm his zest for life. It was then he heard of the Mumbai Marathon. On Sunday, he took three hours and eight seconds to finish the run. Cheerful and fatigue-free after the success, Mr Raman was all smiles about his personal record. "I think, I could be the most fit guy among my age group age in this marathon, since I have been monitored and am totally aware of the risks. That is not the case with many, who are running this marathon and this is true especially for the Dream Run," he said.Not that he was reckless in his efforts. He was monitored by doctors at the Asian Heart Institute to estimate his fitness. He had to regularly go through stress tests to check his heart rate at various speeds and inclines. These tests required him to have an excellent heart condition which can otherwise be found only in trained athletes.His general training included a three-kilometre run, four times a week. Mr Raman agrees that high-end medical care and regular monitoring have helped him have a heart, which he feels is 10 years younger than his biological age.The Mumbai-based Asian Heart Institute got 70 of its patients, who have had some type of coronary heart disease, participate in the marathon. The idea being to build the required confidence. Since these patients had gone through demanding stress tests, the doctors were confident that they won't need live monitoring.The hospital had erected tents at specific locations and volunteers monitored the patients at regular interval. Doctors agree that these patients face other risks, which may be unrelated to heart problems.But the screening was stringent. Its basic purpose was to ensure the patients ability to complete the race. Only those who could withstand the rigours of the race were allowed to participate. So far there has been no untoward incident in the past four years, since the institute began this exercise."We just want to tell everyone that they can get back to their normal lives even if they have had coronary heart problems. They can be completely cured and can lead a healthy life," said Dr Aashish Contractor, who heads the cardiac rehabilitation centre at Asian Heart Institute.
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Meet Mahadevan: Passionate about Bees, Running and a Wonderful Supporter!

Meet Mahadevan: Passionate about Bees, Running and a Wonderful Supporter!
Two years ago, we received a phone call from a gentleman who said he was very distressed to see beehives being burnt in a school he was associated with...he had done a google search and found us..so he wanted to come and learn more about our work...so we kind of said yes and forgot about it.  Being a start up with a small team, our work took us into the interiors of Gujarat and Maharashtra and we were rarely in our Mumbai office....but Mahadevan was very persistent and one fine day he landed up in our office....we had a long chat, he was a software engineer by profession and had read up voraciously about bees.  Thanks to his interest and enthusiasm, we started an urban beekeeping course in Mumbai in 2011 to increase awareness about bees and their role in our environments.  He is a great supporter of ours, always there when we need him. He used his technical skills to help us create an MIS for better monitoring of beeboxes with the farmers. When we didnt have enough money to make the initial payment for Charity Bibs in SCMM 2013, we reached out and he loaned us Rs 10,000!  Thank you Mahadevan for always being there for us and wish you all the best as you prepare for SCMM 2013!   
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Stories from our supporters - 02 - The Nomura Group

Stories from our supporters - 02 - The Nomura Group
Our supporters Nomura have partnered with several NGOs in India to pursue CSR initiatives in health, education, civic engagement and other activities that benefit local communities. Their donations have supported organizations such as Help Age India, Mumbai Mobile Crèches, DEEDS (Development, Education, Empowerment of the Disadvantaged in Society), LIFE Trust and the National Association for the Blind. Overall, Nomura India has set up a wide range of opportunities for employees to volunteer in the community, including a partnership with UDAAN, in which employees help underprivileged students in their studies and preparation for exams. When Nomura partitipated in the Standard Chartered Mumbai Marathon, Asia’s largest charity race, in 2011, their employees organized three fundraisers for the Marathon - Art for charity, Books for charity and Jeans for charity. The funds were donated to LIFE Trust, Sight Savers India and Save the Children. Employees also raised funds for the UDAAN India Foundation by buying decorative items made by the children who are part of the Dropout Remedial Program (DOR) for girls.       Nomura this year also made a very generous donation of workstation computers to LIFE Trust and also contributed an HP Laser printer that we're using daily at the office! LIFE Trust would like to acknowledge the support we have received from Nomura, and would welcome their participation if they choose to return to the Marathon next year! Thank you for all your support!
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An Introduction to Dream Maker Mrs Monisha Shetty

“As a trustee of Save the Children India, I am aware of the great impact the NGO is having in transforming lives through our various programmes. It is heartening that the SCMM team is stepping forward to add value to charity as a way of life. The funds raised for one NGO will go a long way to secure our children's future”, says our very own Dream Maker Mrs Monisha Shetty. Her support is unwavering and we take this opportunity to thank her, and to urge everyone on this page to support her and help her in the transformation of the many lives that we as an NGO touch. Link to Mrs Monisha Shetty’s Fundraising Page: http://www.unitedwaymumbai.org/1687-monisha-shetty.htm  
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What is your idea?

I am often asked, what's the idea behind Under The Mango Tree and why did we chose to work with honey bees?    My response is quite simple -  To provide an “army” of bees to every Indian small farmer so that at the time of crop flowering – every single flower on the field is cross-pollinated, resulting in its reproduction and thereby increasing agricultural productivity.  Farming is the main income source of 80% of India's rural poor. Declining agricultural productivity over last two decades has put unbearable stress on farming livelihoods, forcing farmers into cycles of debt or abandoning farms to migrate to cities. Additionally, bee populations globally are under threat. Their role in agriculture is critical – four out of five foods depend on bees for their reproduction through pollination. Their impact on agricultural productivity is therefore significant. UTMT trains poor Indian farmers add bee-boxes to their farms; offers extensive, year-long training in beekeeping; works in partnership with local NGOs to reduce costs and ensure reach; develops a local support network of farmers; and provides market access to increase farmers’ income. In doing so, UTMT seeks to increase agricultural yields and farming incomes across India, relieving pressure on food supplies.   
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MY SEARCH

By S. Sankara Raman, - Secretary – Amar Seva Sangam, Ayikudy I was then 4 years old; I could now vaguely recollect when I was taken to a Hospital in Bangalore for medical screening.  There were several injection prickings, change of wards, and Doctors with their mouth covered with masks, hands covered with gloves doing various things on my body.  I could see various people with blood clots lying down in post surgery wards.  It was a fearful experience for a kid of my age.  But I gathered strength and before the muscle biopsy test, I called out my father and told him, that I would be all right.  At that time I did not know for what purpose all these were being done.  But I could feel and understand the difficulties I was facing with walking and the difference from other kids.  I could see the worries writ large in the faces of my parents.  My loving sisters who cared for me were praying all the time, while I was subjected to medical tests, which went on for several days.   At that time I was not told about the results.  I always thought that I was like anybody else.  I would never compromise that I was less capable than my fellow friends.  Once I was running with other children, I think, when I was 5 years old then.  I suddenly tumbled and fell down on a side path where some nail baskets and other dumped materials were kept.  I suffered several injuries on my forehead, eyelids and cheek.  That painful event made me start wondering why I could not win running races like others.  I thought I could make it up if I practiced more.  I told myself that the fall is due to a random accident and nothing to worry about.  But soon after that I found my ankles were not co-operating with me.  To balance my weight I bent my ankles and developed different postures.  My parents noticed this and I found my sisters praying once again.  I did not want to show this weakness to them and make them unhappy.  I told them that it was due to some insect bite, which was paining me.  While my friends were teasing me about my limping, they became more serious and suddenly one day everyone stopped talking to me.   I never gave up and insisted that I was normal.  My father got a transfer and we moved to another place, which was a temple town in interior Tamil Nadu.  There my classrooms were in the upstairs.  I found my father talking to the Headmaster requesting him to have the classes on the ground floor.  I cried that day and told my parents that I will attend classes in the upstairs itself.   My mother was so annoyed that she told me that it was impossible for me to do so.  The next day the Headmaster had arranged the classes in downstairs but I climbed up and sat in another section.  The teachers then forced me into the specially arranged classroom.  For nearly 3 months, I did not make any friends.  I felt that I was not like others. I feared that other friends would make fun of me.  Some kids were already wagging their tongues telling between themselves that I was an invalid.    When I was doing my 9th Standard I suddenly started tumbling down.  I could not walk any more, slowly I had to compromise to crawling conditions.  I underwent various medical treatments.  Many of them orchestrated by quacks.  It was a very strenuous and painful process.  But my condition only deteriorated.  When I was reduced to crawling on my four limbs I thought that the worst was over and nothing more can happens to me.  But my hands also started giving away.  My back started giving away. My back started developing curve.  One day I fell down and broke my teeth.  Nothing could stop the fury of God.  I was reduced from one stage to another.  Finally I was moving on my bottoms.  I had difficulties in toileting and bathing.  I was so ashamed that I controlled my bladder and bowels.  Each passing day was a nightmare.  I stopped drinking water and did not take food.  But this only made my parents and sisters more unhappy which I could not tolerate.  I could often see them praying quietly for my recovery.  I was unable to withstand this and was cursing my creators.  I prayed of GOD to kill me.  I did it without the knowledge of my family and friends.  But nobody could help me to end my life.   I had to stop my education.  Nobody could lift me to schools, but one area of my diversion was my deep interest in learning the fundamentals that were happening, for example I was curious to learn about rockets, about evolution of Universe, how man came into earth, how a ship floats on the ocean, how profits were made, how our Government runs and so on.  I quenched my thirst by reading Newspapers and western novels, those authored by Author Hailey, Desmond Bageley, Fredrick Forsyth, Alister Maclcin and so on helped me.  I also concentrated on drawing and painting.  I played a lot of chess.  The chess and bridge columns in newspapers and magazines kept me engaged.  No amount of reading satisfied me fully.  Information's made me more curious and new information's generated more doubts.  I could not get answers since my friends and relatives had very little time to answer my questions and clear my doubts.  I read a lot of English magazines like India Today, Readers' Digest and so on.  This made me forget about my body conditions.  I developed the habit of ignoring my deteriorating conditions.  To a great extent this tolerance was blissful.   I never wanted to accept that I was not capable to do a particular thing.  I never wanted to seek help.  But the physical compulsions of my needs...
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Guess who ran SCMM 2012 with us?

b2ap3_thumbnail_MM-Comp.jpgWe had some very special people running SCMM 2012 with us.....Farmers from tribal villages in Maharashtra and South Gujarat who have been working with us for the last couple of years came to share their stories and how beekeeping has impacted their lives!   They were quite amazed at the buzz that the Marathon generated in Mumbai and totally loved the experience.. seen here Chabildas Jadhav and Hemraj Satpute from Vill Karanjali in Peth cluster of Nasik district.       
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Support Under The Mango Tree and its cause of poverty reduction through Bee-keeping

Under The Mango Tree is social enterprise, that promotes bee-keeping with the indigenous bee Apis Cerana Indica to increase agricultural productivity, enhance incomes and improve livelihoods. UTMT targets rural poverty in underdeveloped, tribal districts of Maharashtra, Gujarat and M.P. through Bees for Poverty Reduction strategy. Our Bees for Poverty Reduction program, results in : improved income by 40 % through the sale of Honey, wax and value added products. increased agricultural productivity by 25% or more through incresed Bee-polination Diversifies livelihoods by providing hand-holding training support at the farmer’s homestead and increasing agricultural productivity for the small farmer. Focuses exclusively on the indigenous bee – the Apis cerana indica, available in natural surroundings and an excellent pollinator. increased employment, enhanced environment and better incomes for farmers as a result of increased access to market  Please register by clicking this link - http://drishtant.com/component/community/register?referrer=50C397702777C
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Stories from our supporters - 01 - Sabero Organics

Stories from our supporters - 01 - Sabero Organics
Sabero participated in India’s biggest sporting event and one of the largest platforms for raising funds for charity – The Standard Chartered Mumbai Marathon on January 16, 2011 with great zeal and enthusiasm in the Dream Run category. In all, 40 employees took part in this mega event under the sporting leadership of Mr. Mohit Chuganee, Vice Chairman & M.D., Sabero Group Of Companies. Mr. Nathan Rijsinghani, son of Mr. Jayant Rizsinghani, Director, Sabero Organics Americas Ltd., Brazil, specially flew down from Brazil to take part in the run and thoroughly enjoyed it, taking back fond memories. Sabero ran for its charity partner – LIFE Trust, an NGO – that works with the government to introduce various programmes at the school and pre-school levels to improve the quality and accountability of the education system for underprivileged children. Its vision is to make ‘School Chalo’ the mantra of every child in India. For the participants from Sabero, it was a thrilling sporting extravaganza and an enriching experience.       We're grateful to Sabero for their support - although they couldn't make it to the Marathon this year, we greatly look forward to their support in next year's edition!
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Meet Vijaya Pastala, Our Champion Fund Raiser

Meet Vijaya Pastala, Our Champion Fund Raiser
Vijaya's mission is to help every Indian farmer add a bee-box on their farm so that every flower is pollinated. Farmers’ ask: Is it possible to domesticate bees? Can you teach us? Teaching farmers to add beekeeping to improve their life is a simple idea. Yet no one is doing it, for three reasons: first, tribals don’t know bees can be domesticated. Second, current trainings are theoretical & not practical. Finally, sustained links to markets are hard to provide. UTMT is the only organisation in India that addresses all three objectives under a single umbrella. I am committed to this idea because it is simple and appropriate and creates a difference in the lives of 80% of India’s rural poor who live on farms that need bees. Vijaya's fund raising page is here: http://www.unitedwaymumbai.org/2127-vijayapastala.htm    
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We`re thrilled to have Dream Maker Purab Kohli on board!

We`re thrilled to have Dream Maker Purab Kohli on board!
“I've heard of and been aware of the good work done by 'Save the Children India' from a very young age as my mother's association with social work was initiated by Mrs. Vipula Kadri. The organization is now driven by Dr. Anand who was the Principal of National College at the time I was a student there. We bloomed as students under her wings then and her good work and influence is reflected till date in the college. An overview of the work that the organization is currently involved in makes me feel that it is our responsibility to support social workers who are driven to better situations in our country. Situations in Areas that need our attention but often get overlooked by us because of our own busy lives - Health, Human Trafficking, Education, Rural Development, Women and Children are the areas 'Save the Children India' works in, and the money donated to my run at the Mumbai Marathon will be used to help in the development of The Special Care Center School for children with Hearing and Mental disabilities. I urge you to support us with your donations and in turn touch many lives.” These words come from Mr Purab Kohli, who is supporting us in the Mumbai Marathon in 2013. We’d like to take this chance to thank him for his support and efforts, and hope to have a long and positive relationship with him. It is because of people like Mr Kohli that we are able to carry on the work that our founder Mrs Vipula Kadri started. Link to Mr Kohli’s Fundraising Page: http://www.unitedwaymumbai.org/1671-purab-kohli.htm
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Introducing our SCMM 2013 supporters - 03 - Poonam Lalvani (Dream Maker)

Introducing our SCMM 2013 supporters - 03 - Poonam Lalvani (Dream Maker)

Our third SCMM 2013 supporter is Poonam Lalvani, who is also the Managing Trustee of LIFE Trust! She has participated in our Marathon efforts in previous years as a general participant and will be running as a Dream Maker for the first time this year.

 

Her quote for her inaugural Dream Maker effort is: "Join the race towards 'changing lives, changing destinies' of lesser-privileged children by educating, empowering and enriching their lives!"

 

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