Airtel Hyderabad Marathon 2016 Run for a Charity Program:

1. As a corporate company:

If you want to have your employees participate in any of the marathon runs, you can select any of our charity partners to support below. If you need to support a charity organization, which you are already associated with, please continue to support them as well through this event. Just let us know how much has been donated to the organization, using our event (AHM 2016) as a platform.

Above figures are only for reference and it is up to charity partner to decide and fund raising according to their convenience.

Number of runners from corporate Amount to "Hyderabad Runners Society" for registration Amount to charity organization (can be customized by charity partner or corporate)
10 or 20 INR 1300 for Full / Half Marathon, INR 1000 for 10K Run, INR 600 for 5K Fun Run INR 35,000
20-40 INR 1300 for Full / Half Marathon, INR 1000 for 10K Run, INR 600 for 5K Fun Run INR 70,000
>=40 INR 1300 for Full / Half Marathon, INR 1000 for 10k run, INR 600 for 5k Fun Run INR 1,40,000

2. As a charity organization:

There are two ways you can fund raise for your organization using our event as platform:

2.1. Approach corporate companies, pitch for their employees to run/participate in our event and through which they can support your organization (see how a corporate company can support charity organization above).

2.2. Find runners, whom you know who can run marathons and can raise funds for your organization or the cause. Ask them to register with us for the run and see below for how individual runners can raise funds for charity.

3. As an individual:

Post registering for AHM runs, an individual can raise funds and create awareness about social causes to help self and others by supporting several NGOs who are doing great work in the society. You can write to us directly at charity@marathonhyderabad.com to send your interest to raise funds.

3.1. During the registration process at marathonhyderabad.com, you can check the option that asks if you are keen to raise funds. After doing so, we will help you create a campaign page by entering the appropriate details, which can then be posted as your 'fund raising page' across social media like Facebook, Google+, Twitter etc or email, blog, broadcast etc., wherever you know you have your supporters. Its a very simple and involving process and since you are running for a cause, there are people who come forward to donate. The money donated will go directly to the organization you chose.

CHARITY PARTNERS

1. Heal a Child Foundation

Heal a Child Foundation is a Charitable trust & Non Profit Organization incorporated in Hyderabad in June 2010, founded with the objective to help sick children in need of medical treatment. We do not focus on a specific area of illness. Our aid is available to any sick child who needs it.

Our mission is to save sick children who may not survive, not because of their illness, but only because the family cannot afford to pay for medical expenses & prolonged in-patient treatment at the hospital

The children who we support are directly referred by local Children's hospitals.The child is treated by the hospital and funded by HAC. Most cases are newborns that are born premature and need intensive case support. The average cost of each case is 1.0 Lakh , cases like transplants range from 8 to 20 lakhs per child. When the child is well, HAC does a review and then the child goes back home.

The Trust pays for the medical expenses of very poor and critically ill children and has saved over 260+ children in the last 6 years

We actively work with Rainbow Children's Hospital, Fernandez Hospital, Ankura Hospital, Lotus Children's Hospital, Paramitha Children's Hospital, Suraksha Children's Hospital and Nice Hospital.

www.heal-a-child.org | https://www.facebook.com/pages/Heal-A-Child-Foundation

Ph: +91 9347525646
Email: help@heal-a-child.org

2. India Literacy Project (ILP)

"India Literacy Project (ILP) is a non-profit organization dedicated to the cause of education in India. ILP acts as a catalyst for 100% literate India, a goal achievable in our lifetime, by programs supporting children and adults with limited or no access to education. Across India, our programs focus on education for children and youth, empowering adult non-literates to become neo-literates, increasing employability of those in the productive age group, and empowering communities to access their entitlements. ILP was established in 1990 in the USA and in 2000 in India. Since its inception, ILP has supported over 130 literacy and education programs across 17 states in India. We are currently working in over 1748 villages across 8 states benefitting 3 lakh people.

ILP has its in Bangalore, Chennai, Hyderabad and Vishakhapatnam. Volunteers from different walks of life spare their services towards Multi-dimensional learning space (MDLS), Counseling, Scholarship and mentoring (CSM) programs of students / children from economically weaker sections.

www.ilpnet.org | https://www.facebook.com/ilphyd/

Email: ilp.shravan@gmail.com

3. My Choices Foundation

My Choices Foundation aims to give women and girls the choice to live lives free from violence, abuse and exploitation. We act through two operations: Operation PeaceMaker and Operation Red Alert, focusing on two of the most serious and pervasive human rights abuses against women, domestic violence and sex trafficking

If you or someone you know is experiencing domestic violence please SMS 'CHOICES' to 56767

If you or someone you know is at risk of or has been trafficked please call our National Hotline on 1800 419 8588

www.mychoicesfoundation.org

Email: julia@mychoicesfoundation.org

4. Asha Trust (Hyderabad Chapter)

Asha Trust is a secular organization dedicated to change in India by focusing on basic education in the belief that education is a critical requisite for socio-economic change. In keeping with this focus, our volunteers are involved with and support projects that are secular and have an education-related component to them. The objectives of this group are:

  • To provide education to underprivileged children in India.
  • To encourage the formation of various local groups across the world to reach out to larger sections of the population.
  • To support and cooperate with persons and groups already engaged in similar activities.
  • To raise the required human and other resources to achieve the group objectives.
  • To provide opportunities to individuals living outside India who wish to participate in Asha activities in India.
  • To address, whenever possible, other issues affecting human life such as health care, environment, socio-economic aspects and women's issues.

Contact:

www.ashanet.org

Email: hyderabad@ashanet.org

5. The Artificial Limb Foundation of India

Helping amputees to become "whole again"

Contact:

www.talbfi.org

teamdakshin@gmail.com

6. Concern India Foundation

Concern India Foundation works towards helping people help themselves by making the disadvantaged self-reliant and enabling them to lead a life of dignity. With this purpose we provide support in various ways to grassroots NGOs that show a high level of commitment to their work, but lack the time and expertise to raise financial and other assistance. We work to bridge the gap between corporates and individuals who wish to support developmental work in the country and NGOs, thus enabling the NGOs to concentrate on their core activities. Our policy of identification, monitoring and evaluation is our key strength. Each of our offices has a team of Social Work Professionals who identify the NGOs for support and help them strengthen their systems. Every programme is monitored and evaluated periodically to ensure that the funds extended to them are being used as per plan.

Contact:

www.concernindiafoundation.org

040-2773-4936 / 2773-1460, hyderabad@concernindia.org

7. Devnar School for Blind

Devnar Foundation tries to unleash the incredible capacity of students by giving them value based education thus enabling them to realize that within them can be found the skill, knowledge and motivation to make something special happen. The Foundation aims to provide opportunities as per with international standards for the visually challenged children in India so that they can be absorbed in the mainstream of society as socially productive individuals. In Devnar School, education, boarding and lodging are absolutely free and any Visually Challenged child is admitted during any part of the year giving them value based education thus enabling them to realize that within them can be found the skill, knowledge and motivation to make something special happen.

Contact:

www.devnarfoundationfortheblind.org

Dr. Greeshma, 9885330056 / greeshmagoud@gmail.com

8. Humane Society International/India

Humane Society International/India works to help animals on farms through our campaign against factory farming and street animals through our innovative Street Dog Welfare Initiative, and responds to animals in need in the aftermath of disasters. We are also working to stop animal testing of cosmetics through our Be Cruelty-Free campaign.HSI/India is proud to be a part of Humane Society International - one of the largest animal protection organizations in the world.

Contact:

http://www.hsi.org

asengupta@hsi.org, +91 98490 94113, +91 40 2790 26 

9. Isha Education

Isha Vidhya (a project of Isha Education) is committed to raising the level of education and literacy in rural India and to helping disadvantaged children realize their full potential. The project seeks to ensure quality education for children in rural areas, opening the door for them to participate in and benefit from India's economic growth. Featuring English- and computer-based education that is complemented by innovative methods for the overall development and blossoming of each student, Isha Vidhya schools empower rural children to meet future challenges.

Contact:

www.ishavidhya.org

Prabhu Loganathan  prabhu.loganathan@ishavidhya.org   / +91 94890 45045 | +91 99620 56784

10. Sphoorti Foundation

SPHOORTI FOUNDATION is a registered Charitable Trust (NGO) based in Hyderabad, Andhra Pradesh under the AP Registrations Act, Sec 12(A) and Sec 80(G) under the Income Tax Act. We started SPHOORTI Children's Home near Cherlapally, Hyderabad in August 2006 with three children and two caretakers. We currently have 200 children in the age group 5-16. In addition, we provide educational scholarships for 200 children from poverty-stricken families.

Contact:

www.Sphoorti.org

Srivyal Vuyyuri,  9959559022 / srivyal@sphoorti.org

11. Sveccha Foundation

Svechha is a non-profit organization initiated to increase social awareness and raise funds to support causes like children education, healthcare, village development and increase awareness on civic responsibilities. With the economic reforms and the IT revolution, the income of some people is raising and the income gap is widening. As citizens of one country, we all should help reducing that gap by helping the less fortunate without depending upon foreign funds. Our aim is to organize fund raising events with which we can reach the people with a similar aim and help the needed organizations collectively.

Contact:

www.svechha.org

info@svechha.org