Richya's Running fundraiser for Children | Milaap
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I am pledging my bangalore marathon to bring Light to 50 girl children at Baale Mane
  • Richya

    Created by

    Richya Bansal
  • TB

    This fundraiser will benefit

    The Baale Mane Trust

    from Bangalore

80G tax benefits for INR donations


Why am I fundraising?

The Baale Mane home is based in a village on the outskirts of Bangalore City. Due to poor and irregular power supply, the home faces regular and long power cuts. This affects the daily runnings of the home, especially at night. Poor lighting, means that the children and staff often have to work and study by candlelight!

The Baale Mane is also very concious of running the home efficiently, at the lowest costs with long-term solutions. A Solar Panel is a sustainable and environmentally friendly way of sourcing energy and lighting up the home at night!

What do I plan to do with the funds?

The money will be used wholly towards the buying and installment of a Solar Panel at the Baale Mane . This will have a host of postive effects on the daily routines and runnings of the home for 50 girls.


What Is The Baale Mane?

The Baale Mane (Baale Mane means “Girls’ home”) at Gopalapura is a home situated on the outskirts of the city of Bangalore, India, for around 50 girls between the ages of 6 and 18 .The Baale Mane Trust aims to nurture and resource girl children, to lead a self-sustaining adult life.

What Is Their Focus?

The Baale Mane is dedicated to the care of girls from vulnerable backgrounds such as, orphans, others have a single parent who is unable to care for them and many have experienced child labour, domestic violence, street dwelling and abandonment. Unlike many other children’s homes, Baale Mane aims to provide girls from disadvantaged backgrounds long-term support in an environment that resembles a home, not a hostel.

Care at Baale is focused on the four principles of the 1989 UN Convention on the rights of the child; survival, protection, development and participation. Special emphasis is given to education and informal learning such as art, drama, dance and cultural activities.

s it a Registered NGO?

Yes! We are a registered charitable trust, and our number is RJN-4-00211-2007-8 
Donations are also eligible for tax relief under Section 80G 

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